Monthly Archive: March 2020

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Rococo Theatre

Located in the historic Stuart Building in the heart of downtown Lincoln, the Rococo Theatre is an elegant and unique venue for concerts, parties, weddings and other events. The Rococo opened in 1929 as the Stuart Theatre presenting movies and...

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Community Crops turns sweet 16

by Aja Martin   Lincoln has an abundance of community gardens that you may pass by with curiosity. Many of them are under the umbrella of Community Crops, a program that started in 2003 as a partnership between university students...

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Healthcare excellence in Lincoln

by Julie Nichols Known nationwide for excellence in treatment, Lincoln’s hospitals and medical network support the community with more than just treatment. Specialized, diverse, innovative and state-of-the-art facilities put the city’s health-care system on the leading edge. Bryan Health Network...

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Learning from the masters

by Michele Tilley and Matthew Boring  Each year, thousands of students look to the University of Nebraska to expand their understanding of the world by learning from top scholars and experienced researchers. The Lied Center for Performing Arts sees its...

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Lincoln startups are on the move

by Elizabeth Mattern The startup buzz is taking over Lincoln, and a community of entrepreneurs is on the rise. Lincoln, a notable landmark of the Silicon Prairie, is experiencing tremendous growth in the startup scene. So what are the secrets...

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Quilts and the World

by Laura Chapman The International Quilt Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln boasts the world’s largest publicly held quilt collection. The pieces on display at 1523 N. 33rd St. represent five centuries, more than 50 countries and the scope of...

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Lincoln’s silicon prairie

by Tegan Colton Lincoln, Nebraska is part of what’s known colloquially as Silicon Prairie. The name is taken from California’s Silicon Valley, home of international tech giants like Apple, Google and Facebook. Silicon Prairie is a greater collective of cities...