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Lincoln: The city with a small town feel

When you think of neighborhoods, what do you see in your mind’s eye? Do you see the original part of town, with brick streets and hundred-year-old buildings, or perhaps homes built up around a college, or a development built around...

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Lincoln’s Many Multi-Cultural Centers

Lincoln is one of the top 20 cities in America for new arrivals from abroad. The local supermarkets and schools are frequented by refugees from Russia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Hungary and Ethiopia. Often, when you walk through a department store,...

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City Government Keeps Lincoln Moving Forward

The city of Lincoln is one of the best run cities in America. That’s according to the financial website 24/7 Wall St., which ranked Nebraska’s capital city as the fifth best run city in the nation, citing Lincoln’s low unemployment...

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Shopping in the Star City

Are you looking for a specialty store that carries licorice from Holland, designer clothing from Paris, olive oil from Italy, or homemade wine from Raymond? Lincoln has it all. The city has maintained a healthy marketplace for retail shopping. Lincoln...

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Branding Our City: Lincoln in need of an identity

That was the consensus of many in the community heading into 2011. Lincoln had just experienced a fantastic two year period in 2009 and 2010. During those two years: • The University of Nebraska took over the former Nebraska State...

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Family Fun in Lincoln

The history of the human inhabitants of our corner of the world comes to life at the Nebraska History Museum at the southwest corner of P Street and Centennial Mall (directly across the street from the Children’s Museum). From artifacts...

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Star Attractions in the Star City

Lincoln boasts a variety of attractions to keep you entertained, and you may even learn a few things, too. University of Nebraska State Museum – Morrill Hall One of the region’s top natural history museums, the University of Nebraska State...