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Diverse Cultural Centers

by Tegan Colton  Lincoln, a relatively small midwestern city, is home to a mosaic of cultures representing members of every community in the world.  Evidence peppered throughout the city includes local restaurants like Vung...

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Many Cultures Call Lincoln Home

by Sriyani Tidball “Now we’re one of the top twenty cities in America for new arrivals from abroad. Our supermarkets and schools are bursting with refugees from Russia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Hungary, and Ethiopia....

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Miss Mie and Nebraska

by Mandy Haase Thomas A symbol of friendship, Miss “Miye” Mie has called the University of Nebraska State Museum’s Anthropology collections home since 1928, after the historic friendship doll exchange took place between the...

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Galleries Galore

by Sriyani Tidball While Lincoln’s summer concerts and festivals showcase some of the city’s musical talent, several art studios, museums and galleries showcase some of the city’s best visual art. Watercolor, oil, and acrylic...

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The Sunken Gardens

  “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.”      —Audrey Hepburn   Located on 27th and Capital Parkway, the Sunken Gardens is the perfect place to spend a summer afternoon. Whether...

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Lincoln, A Sustainable City

by Frank E. Uhlarik Lincoln routinely makes dozens of “Top Ten” listings ranging from such community attributes as employment, financial stability and entrepreneurship; to friendliest, happiest and even some beer drinking lists (note this...

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The Ross

by Meghan Stratman The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center offers an alternative to commercial movie theaters and shows the critically acclaimed films you won’t see anywhere else in town. Located at 13th and...