Category: Health & Sports

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The Bay

by Julie Nichols In ten short years of brainstorming, vision, community partnership, and creative dream, The Bay has become a nexus of Lincoln’s youth community. Beginning in a small storefront at Gateway Mall as the only indoor skate park in...

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Lincoln Golf

by Ken Hambleton “Golf is a day spent in a round of strenuous idleness.’ —William Wordsworth Standing on the 12th tee at Holmes Golf Course, looking to the west, there is a unique view of the Nebraska State Capitol and...

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The Fight for Nebraska Football

by Brian Rosenthal  When it comes to navigating a normal college football schedule with few interruptions, no coach in the nation has experienced worse fortune than Scott Frost. In only his second year as a head coach, at Central Florida,...

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The Cornhusker State Games

by Dave Mlnarik The Cornhusker State Games, held annually in mid-July, is one of the nation’s largest multi-sport athletic festivals with some 70 different sports conducted at more than 50 different venues, primarily in Lincoln and the surrounding area.  An...

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There’s Always Baseball

by Brian Rosenthal A warm, late August evening at Haymarket Park should feature the sound of bats cracking, the sight of an immaculate, green field and the smell of hotdogs, all while the Lincoln Saltdogs entertain their fans with America’s...

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Go Outside

Lincoln’s Parks and Trails by Julie Nichols Miles of Trails Known as a bike-friendly city, Lincoln offers 25 trails, offering riders anything from urban commuter tracks and neighborhood loops to challenging long treks through natural landscapes.  As 2020 brought more...

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Favorite walks around the city

by Sriyani Tidball Lincoln is such a great city to walk, hike or bike, offering seemingly endless options that are not just beautiful but also offer a great workout. So here are some recommended walks, and they are definitely worth...

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Welcome to BikeLNK

by Jamie Granquist —Lincoln’s best-in-class bike-sharing program. The city of Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and administration and community leaders started talking about bike-share systems and what they could mean for the community in 2014. The city applied for and...