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Live Love Lincoln

Welcome to Lincoln, Nebraska, America’s premier heartland star city… big enough to offer some of the exhilarating qualities of a larger city, but not big enough to forfeit the peace, feel, and security of a smaller town—something we prize out...

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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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Rise Lincoln

by Charlyne Berens Katie Weichman Zulkoski told her audience she was happy that women in the workplace were getting some attention and advice. The lobbyist who now has her own firm, Zulkoski and Weber, was part of a 2013 panel...

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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...

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City Government Keeps Lincoln Moving Forward

by Diane Gonzolas  lincoln.ne.gov 5 CITY-TV & 10 Health TV (government access cable channels 5 & 10) Since the city opened the new Pinnacle Bank Arena in August 2013, tens of thousands of residents and visitors have enjoyed concerts by...

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Nebraska Athletics: Momentum in the Right Direction

by Drew Guiney Depending on whom you ask, a number of words could be used to describe the 2013-14 Husker athletic year. Surprising. Exhilarating. Confusing. Disappointing. Redeeming. Some might even give you their graduate-level dissertation on exactly what went wrong, at...

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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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KZUM 89.3 FM, A Community Radio Station

by Jesse Starita On Tuesday, February 14th, 1978 — Valentine’s Day —  10 watt signal stoked by the passions of a small tribe of eccentrics and music fanatics beamed its first radio wave from a basement near 27th and Randolph....