Category: Recreation & Leisure

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More Performing Arts in Lincoln

Chamber music, jazz, ballet, comedy—the performing arts continue to grow in Lincoln. by Rayna Collins Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Founded in 1927, Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents inspiring programs that encourage the Lincoln community to discover and cultivate a deep personal connection...

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

It looks out of place, a round, green-tinted glass and silver structure next to a substantial, linear United States Postal Service main branch directly to its east. But the Pinnacle Bank Arena, a relative newcomer to the area, is the...

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The Lied Center for Performing Arts

by Lauren Durban and Matthew Boring The Lied Center for Performing Arts has been a national leader in arts presenting and community involvement since it opened in 1990 in Lincoln. Known as “Nebraska’s performing arts center,” the Lied brings the...

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Public Art in Lincoln

by Sriyani Tidball, photography by Tom Tidball For many decades, public and private funds have added impressive art to the city making Lincoln an art lovers’ haven. The massive amount of public art around Lincoln has become something that makes...

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The Bay

by Julie Nichols In ten short years of brainstorming, vision, community partnership, and creative dream, The Bay has become a nexus of Lincoln’s youth community. Beginning in a small storefront at Gateway Mall as the only indoor skate park in...

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Restaurants 2020

by Cynthia S. Peterson Lincoln’s culinary scene continues to grow and includes plenty of options from Nebraska steaks or Pan-Asian to vegetarian or Italian. There are lots of places to eat and be seen in Lincoln— from sports bars and...

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Downtown Lincoln

by Charlyne Berens Lincoln’s downtown never really was at the city’s geographical center. And as the city grew, development spread east, south and north, leaving downtown on the western edge. But as downtown has redeveloped in recent decades, it has...