Monthly Archive: March 2016

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Lincoln’s Young Architect in 1870 – Artemas Roberts

by Ed Zimmer If today an Indiana native and graduate of University of Michigan left a tight job market in Chicago to seek better prospects in Lincoln, one might guess he was a journeyman assistant football coach in the Big...

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Uniquely Unicameral

by Judy Shutts Nebraska’s one house legislature—still serving the citizens of the state, and serving them well. Nebraska’s Unicameral has the distinction of being the only one-house legislature in the nation. But it wasn’t always that way. The change came...

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Lincoln’s Art Galleries

by Sriyani Tidball Burkholder Project Selected as the Best Gallery in Nebraska by American Art Awards several years ago, this wonderful gallery showcases great artists’ work and their studios all under one roof. One of the city’s first Haymarket galleries,...

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Lincoln Nightlife

A visionary mayor, ultramodern arena, born again Haymarket, expanding university and enduring appeal of time-honored venues are together writing a new chapter in Lincoln’s nightlife. In just the past two years, the Haymarket alone has added 21 establishments. To make...

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Lincoln hotels make travelers happy.

by Judy Shutts “Staying fit and eating well on the road is important to a growing number of travelers, causing airports, hotels and spas to create better options for those seeking to integrate healthy habits into their journeys.”                                             —Jason Clampet...

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Good Local Markets

by Sriyani Tidball Healthy home-grown food strengthens the local food economy and creates awareness of the social, environmental, and health benefits of growing and eating what is grown locally. To add to these benefits, local markets offer an opportunity to...