Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Lincoln’s Best Walks

By Becky Seth Lincoln is such a walk-able city, where scenic parks, paths and trails abound. If you love short runs or walks, or to just ramble in and around the city, writer and naturalist Becky Seth compiled a list...

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The Big Annual Events of Lincoln

The Cornhusker State Games For the 2015 season, the the Cornhusker State Games  will be incorporated into the State Games of America, which will take place in Lincoln. The Cornhusker State Games bring athletes of every age and ability together...

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Star City Attractions

Whether you are a visitor or a resident, Lincoln offers some unique attractions that educate, entertain—and inspire some unexpected oohs and ahs. University of Nebraska State Museum at Morrill Hall One of the region’s top natural history museums, the University...

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2015 State Games of America in Lincoln

by Dave Mlnarik The 2015 State Games of America, featuring competition in more than 60 sports for athletes of all ages and abilities, roars into Lincoln July 28 – Aug. 2. Nebraska Sports Council officials expect the biennial event to...

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Memorable Summer Concerts at Pinewood Bowl

by Sriyani Tidball Every summer Lincoln adds a unique series of at least six summer concerts to Lincoln’s already full schedule of musical performances. Traditionally, the Pinewood Bowl hosted one local musical each summer, but starting in 2012, six hugely successful summer...

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Getting Around the City

StarTran, Lincoln’s public bus system, provides a convenient, reliable, comfortable, safe and affordable way to explore Lincoln. StarTran buses operate throughout Lincoln, carrying passengers to popular attractions, shopping centers and residential areas from 5:15 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. weekdays. (An...

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The Performing Arts

Lincoln’s growing performing arts community features some of the region’s most talented musicians, actors, and dancers. Here is a look at some of Lincoln’s treasured creative outlets. Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Since LSO moved to the Lied Center for Performing Arts...