Daily Archive: March 28, 2020

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Restaurants 2020

by Cynthia S. Peterson If you love to dine out, Lincoln is your city, boasting hundreds of restaurants serving up all kinds of great food in establishments both locally owned and part of well-known chains. From sports bars and grills...

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Lincoln’s family wineries thrive

by Jeff Korbelik When it comes to producing wine in Nebraska, the key ingredient just may be family. That’s because many of the wineries throughout the state, especially around Lincoln, are family-owned and operated, with individuals pouring their hearts and...

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Welcome to BikeLNK

by Jamie Granquist —Lincoln’s best-in-class bike-sharing program. The city of Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and administration and community leaders started talking about bike-share systems and what they could mean for the community in 2014. The city applied for and...

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Fresh and Local

by Julie Nichols Bolstered by the Buy Fresh, Buy Local program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, over 100 farmer’s markets are booming across Nebraska. Lincoln hosts two primary locations and a growing number of small neighborhood markets bring fresh produce,...

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LES works to prepare for a plug-in future

Lincoln Electric System has been the Lincoln area’s public power utility since it was founded in 1966. As a not-for-profit, customer-owned electric utility, LES is based on the idea of local people serving local people, earning the utility a reputation...

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Music and Diversions

Discovering Nights Out in Lincoln by Cynthia Peterson Nightlife (noun): the activity of people seeking nighttime diversion, as at a nightclub, theater, or the like. Also, the entertainment available to them. (from Dictionary.com) For many, nightlife means music.  “We’re fortunate...

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I Live Here

by Rayna Collins Young families, students, new Americans, government workers, tradespeople, professionals and entrepreneurs—so many different people call Lincoln their home. And there is a neighborhood just right for every one. Whether you’re visiting or living here full time, each...

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Lincoln’s own Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Julie Nichols If there seems to be a silver spaceship in Lincoln’s Haymarket District, hold that thought: You are looking at Pinnacle Bank Arena, carrying Lincoln’s entertainment scene into the future. With its glass and polished metal exterior, the...