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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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Welcome to the 30th Edition of Lincoln Today!

We absolutely love continuing our magazine’s tradition of being one of the nation’s premiere lifestyle publications. Thirty years of loyalty and fondness for Lincoln is displayed by our gifted writers, designers, photographers, and faithful advertisers. We truly enjoy sharing what...

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Lincoln Heroes

by Patty Beutler Four people retired in 2021 from Lincoln organizations, leaving a swell of progress in their wake—and a deep hole to fill in their absence. Together they compiled nearly a century of service in their roles as leaders...

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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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Nebraska’s Unique State Capitol

The first in the nation to incorporate a functional tower in its design. Within the building, a complex medley of design offers a stunning stroll through artful symbolism and history. The Capitol is also a lively workplace, housing the executive...