Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Lincoln Wine

If you ask a non-Nebraskan what the Cornhusker state is known for, you’ll likely hear corn, cows and of course football. However, there is more to the state once known as the Great American desert.  Nebraska has a wonderfully unique...

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Lincoln Parks Bring Nature Close to Home

by Judy Shutts No matter where you live in Lincoln, there is a park or trail waiting to be enjoyed. More than 130 parks dot the city for citizens to swim, play or relax. Outdoor recreation in visually soothing environments...

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

By Charlyne Berens Less than a decade ago, the space just west of Seventh and R streets in Lincoln’s Haymarket was a tangle of railroad tracks. The only traffic was the multiple freight trains and the twice-a-day Amtrak passenger service...

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It’s All Downtown

by Cynthia S. Peterson As recently as 2003, downtown Lincoln was described as “OK” but certainly not as “vibrant” and “energetic.” The Pinnacle Bank Arena was still on the drawing board. The burst of development in the historic Haymarket and downtown...

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Lincoln’s Breakfast Spots

by Sriyani Tidball I love breakfast. French toast, eggs benedict, pancakes, omelets, poached eggs, bacon, rolls and muffins, I just love it all. Somehow in most cities they have multitude of restaurants that serve lunch and dinner, but when it...

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Lincoln Nightlife

by Jesse Starita Not long ago, when people pondered what to do in downtown Lincoln, things like the Pershing Center and nondescript college bars may have come to mind. But in recent years, with the deck of cards reshuffled, downtown...

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Relax at Lincoln’s Hotels

by Judy Shutts Lincoln Offers an array of hotels to fit every budget and taste. New Graduate Lincoln is “Throwback Modern” Graduate Lincoln is a hotel like no other. A Johnny Carson curtain is a colorful backdrop for the front...