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The Rococo

a historic and memorable venue Right in the heart of downtown Lincoln, the Rococo is an elegant and unique venue for concerts, parties, weddings, movies, fashion shows and other memorable events. It’s a vintage theatre converted to an event venue,...

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Quilt Museum Celebrates Ten Years in Lincoln

Since opening its doors in 2008, the International Quilt Study Center & Museum has welcomed more than 100,000 visitors from around the world to Quilt House. Located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus, the museum will celebrate its 10th...

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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 youth of Japan and the United...

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A Step Forward for Solar in the Star City

LES putting clean power at customers’ fingertips through Virtual Net Metering, paperless billing programs. It’s no surprise that with Lincoln Electric System’s Community Solar Facility opening last year, the area’s electric utility is shedding more light on solar power —...

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Family-Friendly Lincoln

Lincoln has always been considered one of the best-kept secrets in the Midwest. Currently in the midst of the largest period of growth in its history, Lincoln is building on its Top 10 standing for quality of life, safety and...

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Centennial Mall Revitalized and Renovated

by Ingrid Holmquist What used to be a lackluster space with dysfunctional water fountains, crumbling stairs and a dimly lit seven-block greenspace has been transformed to a beautiful, educational, high-tech, ecologically friendly and ADA compliant mall. After many years of...

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Lincoln Young Professionals Group

The Face of Lincoln’s Changing Workforce The face of young American workers, their jobs and where they work is changing. By 2018, employers will see any many as five generations working side by side. More than 60 million baby boomers...

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The Long Road to a Landmark

 by Ed Zimmer Nebraska’s beautiful State Capitol took a decade to build (1922-1932) and an expenditure of ten million Depression-era tax dollars. More than that, it took three tries to design and construct the landmark building—it’s the third State Capitol...