Category: History

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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...

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Where Do You Live

by Rayna Collins Young families, students, new Americans, government workers, tradespeople, professionals and entrepreneurs—so many different people call Lincoln their home. And there is a neighborhood just right for every one. Whether you’re visiting or living here full time, each...

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Lincoln’s Wonderful Public Art

by Sriyani Tidball  Over the past decade, Lincoln’s Mayor, Chris Beutler, has placed priority on public art in our city, raising the stature of Lincoln and making it an lovely and artistic place for all the residents. It seems that...

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Fiber Art: Across the World —Across Time

by Laura Chapman With quilts and textiles from more than 50 countries—and counting—the International Quilt Study Center & Museum’s 2019 exhibition calendar will highlight its expanding global collection and research. Beginning in Winter 2019, two exhibitions will showcase quiltmaking and...

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Without Ice Cream There Would be Darkness & Chaos

by Aja Martin Many Lincoln restaurants feature ice cream desserts, and the best you’ll find is the toasted coconut at Blue Orchid, but let’s really dig in to where you’ll want to go to when ice cream is going to...

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Tower on the Plains

by Julie Nichols The Nebraska State Capitol houses the executive and judicial offices of Nebraska and is home to the only unicameral legislature in the U.S. Designed by New York architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue in 1920, begun in 1922, the...

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A Legislative Branch Like No Other

The Unicameral Serves Nebraska’s Citizens by Judy Shutts Nebraska’s Unicameral has been written about, discussed, and analyzed, but it continues to serve the state. Unicameral has the distinction of being the only one-house legislature in the nation. But it wasn’t...