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Lied Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary

WITH A SEASON OF  Marquee Artists by Carrie Christensen World-Class Line-Up Includes Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Joshua Bell and Broadway’s Anything Goes The Lied Center for Performing Arts celebrates its 25th anniversary season with...

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Connect with Sheldon

by Jonathan Frederick Walz, Curator of American Art at Sheldon Museum of Art When students ask me, “So what exactly does a curator do?” I tell them a curator manages an ever-changing collection, much like a librarian—or even a zookeeper....

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Lincoln’s Culture Centers

By Sriyani Tidball Lincoln’s culture has changed dramatically in the past decade. Today in Lincoln, unusual, ethnic vegetables are mainstream at an ordinary supermarket. When it comes to ethnic restaurants, Lincoln boasts of many, wonderful options. If it is Indian food you...

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The Railyard

by Stefanie Harold Warner   The Railyard is a year-round entertainment venue for Lincoln residents and visitors. Nebraska’s first entertainment district offers restaurants, bars, live music, and a mega screen called the Cube. Live music events feature local bands, DJs,...

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Markets Galore

Fresh durian and lychees in Lincoln Nebraska? We thought one had to be in Thailand to find that. Today Lincoln has so many markets to feed the different ethnic food lovers and health food buffs that anything from exotic Oriental...

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Lincoln Neighborhoods

by Allie Busch   Lincoln is home to a wide variety of people—young families, college students, new  Americans, workers, professionals and entrepreneurs—and there is a neighborhood  for everyone. Whether you’re visiting Lincoln or living here full time, the city’s neighborhoods offer plenty to explore....

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Multi-Cultural Centers Showcase Lincoln’s Diversity

by Sriyani Tidball   People of color, including those of multiracial and multiethnic heritage represent an increasing proportion of the U.S. population, and today according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 40 percent of the nation’s population consists of people of color....