Monthly Archive: June 2018

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Water for Food

Daugherty Global Institute at the University of Nebraska by Jesse Starita, Molly Nance and Dana Ludvik For generations, Nebraska farmers have made the most of their water resources through irrigation. In recent years, variable rate irrigation (VRI)—which enables farmers to...

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The Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Charlyne Berens The Pinnacle Bank Arena’s silvery finish and circular shape may make it look, from a distance, at least, as if a gigantic space ship has magically landed in downtown Lincoln.  The magic is real, but it’s not...

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Lincoln’s Markets

by Sriyani Tidball Local markets improve the health of a community. To buy local, support local farms, buy organic, buy fresh, eat healthy is the new motto in Lincoln—the city supports an amazing array of summer farmers’ markets all around...

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Lincoln Wine

by Jim Ballard As visitors traverse eastern Nebraska during the waning months of the summer, the horizon is filled with cornstalks and soybeans standing at attention waiting for the start of another fall harvest. But if you get off the...

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Lied Center to Present Landmark Season

featuring Firebird collaboration by Casey Venema & Matthew Boring Recognized as “Nebraska’s Home for the Arts,” the Lied Center for Performing Arts is in the midst of what is possibly its biggest season ever, featuring the greatest performers in the...

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Late Night Eats in the Capital City 

by Tyler A. Thomas, author of Nebraska Beer Great Plains History by the Pint and founder/managing editor of NebraskaFoodie.com As a self-proclaimed foodie, I like to eat pretty much whenever I am awake, and with my schedule, I am awake...