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Lincoln Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts

by Tegan Colton A vibrant university city with a small-town spirit, Lincoln attracts visitors from all over the world for its honest people, friendly culture and lively nightlife.  Among the city’s most famous attractions are the explosion of flowers, plants...

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Pinewood Bowl rocks on

by Sriyani Tidball Under the stars and moon and surrounded by tall pine trees is a magical place in Lincoln. Pinewood Bowl, the open-air concert venue at the center of the lush, wooded Pioneers Park, is one of Lincoln’s premiere...

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Capitol Beach: Rich in History

by Julie Nichols A mile or so west of the Haymarket on the west edge of downtown Lincoln, Capitol Beach is a quiet neighborhood bordered by restored saline wetlands—its colorful history invisible. No evidence remains of the stream of entrepreneurs...

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College Town

Lincoln is a college town. From the flagship campus of Nebraska’s state university to our smaller private and public institutions, Lincoln offers a variety of higher education opportunities to expand knowledge, skills and career opportunities.  The University of Nebraska-Lincoln The...

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For the love of dogs

by Michelle O’Dea Dog owners, more and more, want to include their furry friends in their comings and goings, and nearly 60 bars and restaurants in Lincoln welcome dogs to their outdoor tables.  Downtown and Haymarket restaurants offering Fido-friendly eating...

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Favorite walks around the city

by Sriyani Tidball Lincoln is such a great city to walk, hike or bike, offering seemingly endless options that are not just beautiful but also offer a great workout. So here are some recommended walks, and they are definitely worth...

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Restaurants 2020

by Cynthia S. Peterson If you love to dine out, Lincoln is your city, boasting hundreds of restaurants serving up all kinds of great food in establishments both locally owned and part of well-known chains. From sports bars and grills...