Monthly Archive: March 2020

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Summer Theatre 2020

World premieres to classics by Julie Hagemeier Summer 2020 offers Lincoln theater lovers plays written by local playwrights, retellings of classics including Shakespeare, Cole Porter and Jerry Herman, and world premieres. Summer in Lincoln is filled with performing arts from...

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Sweets in the City

by Tyler A. Thomas, author of Nebraska Beer Great Plains History by the Pint and founder/managing editor of NebraskaFoodie.com As far back as I can remember, I’ve always had a sweet tooth. It never mattered if I had just eaten...

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The Historic Haymarket

  by Sriyani Tidball The Haymarket District is a historic section of downtown Lincoln that has become one of the main tourist attractions for both visitors and locals. The area is home to the Haymarket Park baseball stadium, where the...

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Beer Drinking in Lincoln

by Tyler A. Thomas author of Nebraska Beer Great Plains History by the Pint and founder/managing editor of NebraskaFoodie.com Lincoln has an amazing beer culture, with each brewery crafting its own unique take on beer, food and hospitality. Among others,...

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A chef is an artist

by Jeff Korbelik and Catharine Huddle As you’ll see below, Lincoln has plenty of established favorite chefs. It’s also got a fairly new up and comer in Nic Webster, who, with Brien Sweeney and Dane Bass, is turning out classic...

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Living Downtown

by Jeff Korbelik The decision came surprisingly easy. After living 20 years in an east-Lincoln neighborhood, Brad Wilson and Michele Tilley traded their four-bedroom, four-bath home for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium in downtown Lincoln. “We realized how much space we...