Monthly Archive: December 2014

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The Haymarket

by Charlyne Berens Nobody is trading actual hay in the historic Haymarket district these days, but the neighborhood is still hopping, offering Lincolnites and visitors alike plenty of opportunities for good times and fun. Situated at...

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Summer Music Echoes Across the City

There’s nothing like live music in the summer, and Lincoln has a phenomenal selection of summer music festivals. Local and international artists; classical, rock, blues, jazz or country; in a majestic church or outside...

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P Street/Downtown Redevelopment

by Charlyne Berens Downtown Lincoln is reinventing itself, welcoming residents and visitors alike with a mixture of restaurants, entertainment, cool niche retail shops and businesses. And the P Street corridor is the heart of the reinvention....

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Lincoln’s Original Plat of 1867

Planting the seed of a well-planned capital city by Ed Zimmer With its grid of east-west streets lettered from A to U and north-south streets numbered from 1st to 17th, Lincoln, Nebraska may not...

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Lied Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary

WITH A SEASON OF  Marquee Artists by Carrie Christensen World-Class Line-Up Includes Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Joshua Bell and Broadway’s Anything Goes The Lied Center for Performing Arts...

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What it means to be a Husker Woman

by Maritza Hayes   An athlete is usually defined as someone with exceptional physical strength, agility, or stamina. This might define most athletes, but it doesn’t tell what it truly means to be an...

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Husker Pride

by Paige Cornwell There is no place like Nebraska, and there is no pride like Husker Pride. Husker fans are known for being loyal to their teams. Every season, thousands of fans wearing scarlet...

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Connect with Sheldon

by Jonathan Frederick Walz, Curator of American Art at Sheldon Museum of Art When students ask me, “So what exactly does a curator do?” I tell them a curator manages an ever-changing collection, much...

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Take a Breath: Parks, Golf and Swimming

By Becky Seth Parks are the breathing spaces of a city. Lincoln has 125 parks with 6,000 acres of life-enhancing green space. They range from small mini-parks with plants and perhaps a sculpture, to...

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Nightlife in Lincoln

By Luke Tidball Vega • 350 Canopy Street Ste 220 Mon-Sun 11am-2am Vega is a hip new venue in the Haymarket started by four Lincolnites. They emphasize their love for live music and get...