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Home in The Bottoms

by Ed Zimmer   Two Lincoln neighborhoods near Downtown share related names and heritages—the North Bottoms immediately north of UNL’s Memorial Stadium, and the South Bottoms adjacent to Downtown to the west and southwest. The “Bottoms” names simply refer to...

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Honor the Name

by Julie Hagemeier Lincoln on the Forefront of Emerging Media with a $20 Million Gift from the Johnny Carson Foundation and a $57 Million Commitment from the University of Nebraska        When you think of innovation in film, game design,...

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Lincoln’s Attractions

Trip Advisor says the ten top things you should do when visiting Lincoln are: Visit the Sunken Gardens, the Nebraska State Capitol, Memorial Stadium, Museum of Speed, the Children’s Museum, the Children’s Zoo, Pioneer Park and Nature Center, the International...

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Explore Lincoln’s Trail System

by Ingrid Holmquist Lincoln is known for many things—Husker football, the University, people who are “Nebraska nice” and the State Capitol building—but among planning communities across the nation, it’s also known for another secret charm: its bike trail system. “Lincoln...

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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 last close association). Lincoln’s increased national...

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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 R streets, The Ross shows movies...

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Wineries in Lincoln

by Jim Ballard Turn back the clock to the early 1900s, and you will find Nebraska was home to hundreds of acres of grapevines dotting southeast Nebraska along the Missouri River. The practice and traditions of growing grapes was carried...