Monthly Archive: April 2017

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The Daugherty Water for Food Institute:

Feeding a Growing World by Jesse Starita Picture a husky man in jeans and a flannel shirt with what looks like a Proton Pack from The Ghostbusters movies strapped to his shoulders as he traverses a Nebraska cornfield. Got it?...

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The International Quilt Center

by Laura Chapman   The International Quilt Study Center & Museum, located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s historic East Campus at 33rd and Holdrege streets, will offer a variety of exhibitions and programs as it celebrates the center’s 20th anniversary...

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Summer Music at Pinewood Bowl

Summer time is a wonderful time at beautiful Pinewood Bowl, located under the stars in Pioneers Park. This entertainment center offers an array of reasonably priced, wonderful outdoor concerts that bring nationally known performers to Lincoln. The city’s music lovers...

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Prosper Lincoln

A Shared Community Agenda Focus for community betterment by year 2020 concentrates on Early Childhood, Employment Skills and Innovation by Teresa Ingram A couple of years ago, a group of Lincoln leaders began talking about Lincoln’s vital signs, from its...

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Lincoln Jazz Scene

by Jesse Starita The sound of jazz – heavy bass and light cymbals, fiery saxophones and cool crooning – are often associated with the music’s meccas: New Orleans, New York and Chicago. Our city is not destined to supplant these...

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Lincoln Hotels Offer Hospitality Plus

By Judy Shutts Whether travelers prefer a traditional hotel or a bed and breakfast, Lincoln rolls out the welcome mat. Embassy Suites A “suite refresh” is underway at the Embassy Suites, located at 1040 P Street. Guests who choose a...

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Galleries Galore

by Sriyani Tidball Burkholder Project Anne Burkholder, owner and executive director of the Burkholder Project shares her gallery studios with local artists whose artwork includes paintings, photography, sculpture, mixed media, dolls and jewelry. Selected as the Best Gallery in Nebraska...

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Chicago Architects Shaped Lincoln

by Ed Zimmer Lincoln in the early twentieth century was awakening from the deep depression of the mid-1890s, which saw the city’s population drop from 55,000 in 1890 to 39,000 in 1900. The former peak was not reached again until...

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A Night on the Town

By Jesse Starita   Just a few years ago, when people thought of downtown Lincoln nightlife, things like overcrowded college bars, the Pershing Center and the disappearance of retail stores likely came to mind. But thanks to a constellation of...