Lincoln Today Magazine Blog

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Shopping in the Star City

Are you looking for a specialty store that carries licorice from Holland, designer clothing from Paris, olive oil from Italy, or homemade wine from Raymond? Lincoln has it all. The city has maintained a...

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Branding Our City: Lincoln in need of an identity

That was the consensus of many in the community heading into 2011. Lincoln had just experienced a fantastic two year period in 2009 and 2010. During those two years: • The University of Nebraska...

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Family Fun in Lincoln

The history of the human inhabitants of our corner of the world comes to life at the Nebraska History Museum at the southwest corner of P Street and Centennial Mall (directly across the street...

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A World-Class Art Museum Turns Fifty

By Jorge Daniel Veneciano Director of the Sheldon Museum of Art Nebraska landscapes and skyscapes have inspired artists for two centuries in addition to encouraging pioneers and farmers, ranchers and rail men. The earth and...

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Quilt Museum

By Judy Shutts The International Quilt Study Center and Museum is a center of art, culture, education and entertainment housed in an architectural gem on the corner of 33rd and Holdrege. Whether it’s a...

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Lincoln’s Own Museum of American Speed

  by Pamela S. Thompson No drive-bys allowed for visitors to the Smith Collection Museum of American Speed since a full guided tour lasts nearly three hours – barely enough time to absorb how...

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Come Take a Walk

Walking is healthful exercise and an opportunity to savor your surroundings as you go. Lincoln has a wonderful selection of routes from which to choose, including both urban and ‘wilder’ options. Here is a...