Monthly Archive: February 2019

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A Husker Comes Home

by Brian Rosenthal  There is no place like Nebraska. Those words from the University of Nebraska school song perhaps explain better than any other words why Scott Frost returned to coach the Nebraska football team, and why he’s destined to...

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A Feast for the Eyes: Art in the Star City

by Sriyani Tidball Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. — Pablo Picasso Art is one of the capital city’s many attractions. Lincoln is home to amazing watercolors, oil and acrylic paintings, fiber art, video, ceramics, jewelry, and...

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Without Ice Cream There Would be Darkness & Chaos

by Aja Martin Many Lincoln restaurants feature ice cream desserts, and the best you’ll find is the toasted coconut at Blue Orchid, but let’s really dig in to where you’ll want to go to when ice cream is going to...

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Late Night Eats in the Capital City

by Tyler A. Thomas  As a self-proclaimed foodie, I like to eat pretty much whenever I am awake, and with my schedule, I am awake often. Currently, I’m wrangling a three-year-old, working fulltime, running a small business, enjoying married life...

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Restoring Pollinators

by Julie Nichols Pollinators don’t just make flowers bloom. Over 150 crops in the U.S. require pollination for seed or food production. Most pollination is accomplished through the services of a wide variety of creatures. One out of three bites...

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The Rococo Theatre

Right in the heart of downtown Lincoln, the Rococo Theatre is an elegant and unique venue for concerts, parties, weddings and other memorable events. The Rococo originally opened in 1929 as the Stuart Theatre featuring live theatre productions. After an...

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The Ross

by Meghan Stratman The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center offers an alternative to commercial movie theaters showing critically acclaimed films you won’t see anywhere else in town. The Ross plays an important role within the academic community and the...