Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Paw Friendly Places in the Capital City

by Michelle O’Dea Pet ownership is on the rise, and our Capital City is no exception. Nearly 63,000 households in Lincoln have pets—and dog lovers reign supreme in our paw friendly city. Whether Lincolnites are stopping by a local barista...

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Summer in the City: Music

by Cynthia S. Peterson An extraordinary selection of live music and music festivals make Lincoln’s hot summer more entertaining, if not cool. It’s a musical summer in Lincoln, and the citizens like the good times.  Stransky Park Concert Series The...

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Farmers Markets

by Julie Nichols Bolstered by the Buy Fresh, Buy Local program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, farmer’s markets are booming across Nebraska—this year, registered statewide markets reached 100. Lincoln is fortunate to have two primary locations and a growing number...

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A New Zoo

by Mary Friesen Exciting changes have been underway for the Lincoln Children’s Zoo the last few years. The zoo is getting close to finishing its $16 million expansion which will double the size of the zoo. The expansion will also...

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Bike Sharing Comes to Lincoln

by Jamie Granquist  BikeLNK is the latest and most innovative active transportation option available that you can use to explore the Capital City.  In early 2014, UNL’s student government asked the city of Lincoln to examine the impact, benefits and...

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Lincoln Hotels: Your Home Away from Home

Lincoln’s offering of hotels is vast, ever changing, and always exciting, innovative and welcoming.  Embassy Suitesis the perfect location for Nebraska Football tailgating. “Do the Dock” is a long standing, favorite tradition with football game ticket holders as well as...