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Multicultural Centers Showcase Lincoln’s Diversity

By Sriyani Tidball Lincoln Today People of color, including those of multiracial and multiethnic heritage represent an increasing proportion of the U.S. population, and today according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 40 percent of...

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Family Fun in Lincoln

Story by Allie Busch Lincoln Today These are some of the many places and things that make Lincoln such a wonderful place to grow up. Museums & Learning The Lincoln Children’s Zoo has been a popular...

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Nebraska’s Unicameral

Nebraska lays claim to some unique characteristics – it is home to the Cornhuskers, has the nation’s largest underground aquifer, and is the only state with a unicameral legislature. But, the state legislature wasn’t...

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Step, Kick, Kick, Leap, Kick, Touch… Again!

By Julie Hagemeier “Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch…Again!” Those lyrics for the Broadway hit A Chorus Line conjure up those amazing musical theatre “gypsies.” Contemporary and ballroom dancing are showcased in the increasingly...

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Lincoln’s Public Art

Compiled by Erin Thomas Public art can come in many forms: sculpture, memorials, murals, monuments, even landscaping. In Lincoln, artists from across the world – and from right here at home – have left...

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Public Sculptures Everywhere in Lincoln

The Lincoln community waits with excitement as the newest public art sculpture is installed in the heart of downtown Lincoln, in the brand new Civic Plaza. The renowned sculptor Jun Kaneko’s sculpture won the...

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Holmes Lake Dog Park is a Popular Spot

When it comes to exercise for canines and their owners, the Holmes Lake Dog Park can’t be beat. Dogs can enjoy freedom from leashes while romping through the 26-acre park. Wade Uldrich, who accompanies...

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Exploring Lincoln’s Outdoors

Visit something new, swing and slide, enjoy a picnic, take a dive, sink your putt, smell the roses, take a walk, explore a rare ecosystem: all of these activities can be found in Lincoln’s...