Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Lincoln Has Lakes

by Sriyani Tidball, photography by Tom Tidball Lakes around Lincoln are a great place to go for a run, do some fishing, take a walk, do some grilling, have a picnic, enjoykayaking, paddle boarding or even go swimming. Lincoln lakes...

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Lincoln’s Art Galleries

On the First Friday of each month, Lincoln galleries host evening open houses to showcase new artists’ work and collections. Lincoln galleries are home to so much art—paintings, fiber art, video, ceramics, jewelry, quilts, and sculpture. Lincolonites are art lovers...

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The Crossroads Music Festival

by Erik Brodin Higgins Founded in 2019, the Lincoln Crossroads Music Festival brings together international touring artists and local musicians and storytellers in a week-long celebration of Nebraska’s rich cultural heritage. Over the Festival’s nine days, you can expect to...

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The Rococo Theatre

The Rococo Theatre, restored to its 1929 beauty, is Lincoln’s high-end concert venue that provides the intimate setting for a wide variety of entertainment, including critically acclaimed comedians, internationally renowned musicians, New York Times best-selling authors, and everything in between....

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Living Downtown

by Patty Beutler, photography by Tom Tidball Jane Hood is an urban pioneer of sorts; she made downtown Lincoln her home more than 30 years ago, when city-center dwellers were not so many, and amenities came up short. She chose...