Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Lincoln hotels make travelers happy.

by Judy Shutts “Staying fit and eating well on the road is important to a growing number of travelers, causing airports, hotels and spas to create better options for those seeking to integrate healthy habits into their journeys.”                                             —Jason Clampet...

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Judy Shutts The Pinnacle Bank Arena is the focal point of the West Haymarket area of downtown Lincoln. The arena is the go-to place for concerts, Nebraska basketball and a variety of events that cater to young and old...

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Lincoln’s Sunken Gardens

Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul. —Luther Burbank The Sunken Gardens is a very special place to most Lincoln residents. Located at 27th and Capital Parkway, the 1.5-acre...

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A Spectacular Season

by Carrie Christiansen Tony Bennett, Merle Haggard, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, and Russian National Orchestra Highlight Lied Season Nebraska’s Home for the Arts, the Lied Center for Performing Arts, kicks off another stellar season featuring world-class performances...

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A city of public art

Lincoln is a city that will satisfy art lovers. There are more than 100 pieces of public art on display throughout the city. Public art in Lincoln comes in all forms—sculpture, memorials, murals, monuments and wall art. So take some...

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Lincoln’s Local Wine

By Jim Ballard Over the last 20 years there has been an explosion of wineries across the United States. From 1995 to 2015 the number of wineries has increased from around 1,800 to nearly 8,500. Nebraska has mirrored the surge...

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The Nature Center

by Lindsay Esparrago Andrea Faas dedicated 10 years to working as a naturalist in environmental education before the opportunity to work at the Pioneers Park Nature Center took her by surprise in 2004. Now she tackles the responsibilities of Nature...