Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Restoring Pollinators

by Julie Nichols Pollinators don’t just make flowers bloom. Over 150 crops in the U.S. require pollination for seed or food production. Most pollination is accomplished through the services of a wide variety of creatures. One out of three bites...

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The Rococo Theatre

Right in the heart of downtown Lincoln, the Rococo Theatre is an elegant and unique venue for concerts, parties, weddings and other memorable events. The Rococo originally opened in 1929 as the Stuart Theatre featuring live theatre productions. After an...

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Husker Women Shine

by Tyler Thomas When people think about Nebraska, it’s usually two things; corn and the Cornhuskers. That makes sense. Corn is the biggest crop in the state, and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are the premier sports brand. Cornhuskers (or Huskers) brings...

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Lincoln Wine

If you ask a non-Nebraskan what the Cornhusker state is known for, you’ll likely hear corn, cows and of course football. However, there is more to the state once known as the Great American desert.  Nebraska has a wonderfully unique...

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Lincoln Parks Bring Nature Close to Home

by Judy Shutts No matter where you live in Lincoln, there is a park or trail waiting to be enjoyed. More than 130 parks dot the city for citizens to swim, play or relax. Outdoor recreation in visually soothing environments...

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

By Charlyne Berens Less than a decade ago, the space just west of Seventh and R streets in Lincoln’s Haymarket was a tangle of railroad tracks. The only traffic was the multiple freight trains and the twice-a-day Amtrak passenger service...