Category: Arts & Culture

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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 Tau, Ajora Falls, Blessing, Stur 22,...

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The Nebraska State Capitol

An American Wonder by Julie Nichols Nebraska’s iconic Capitol is visible from 20 miles away, and was the first in the nation to incorporate a functional tower in its design. At the top of this Tower on the Plains, above...

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Dancing in the Streets

by Catharine Huddle Mavis Staples rocked the street in front of the Zoo Bar during its 46th anniversary in July 2019, bringing her legendary rhythm and blues and gospel to a street full of hot but happy fans.  The bar,...

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Editorial

Welcome to Lincoln Today 2020. Our annual, award-winning magazine continues to be one of the premiere lifestyle publications in the Midwest, and most of our writers, designers, photographers and advertisers have been with us since our first publication 28 years...

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Fantastic Fun with Lincoln’s Festivals

by Donna Joy Brakenhoff If you are looking for a music festival, Lincoln has many throughout the year including any type of music, from soul, to funk, from country to rock and roll. Food? Yes, we have that covered for you....

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Pow Wow Lincoln

Photos by Tom Tidball Nebraska’s tribes—Omaha, Winnebago, Santee Sioux, Ponca and Pawnee often celebrate their Native Pow Wows on their own reservations during the spring and summer. But every August in Lincoln, the Indian Center at 1100 Military Road, offers an...