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Lincoln Growth

By Charlyne Berens Happiest city in the nation. Healthiest city in the nation. Best city to find a job. National leader in corporate improvement projects.  Lincoln is number one on each of those lists, created by Gallup, Daily Finance, AOLJobs.com and Site...

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The Haymarket

by Charlyne Berens Nobody is trading actual hay in the historic Haymarket district these days, but the neighborhood is still hopping, offering Lincolnites and visitors alike plenty of opportunities for good times and fun. Situated at Lincoln’s historic ground zero, the expanding...

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P Street/Downtown Redevelopment

by Charlyne Berens Downtown Lincoln is reinventing itself, welcoming residents and visitors alike with a mixture of restaurants, entertainment, cool niche retail shops and businesses. And the P Street corridor is the heart of the reinvention. From the Haymarket on the west...

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Lincoln’s Original Plat of 1867

Planting the seed of a well-planned capital city by Ed Zimmer With its grid of east-west streets lettered from A to U and north-south streets numbered from 1st to 17th, Lincoln, Nebraska may not appear to have sprung from a...

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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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A Forest of Woods Brothers

By Ed Zimmer It does not take visitors or new residents very long to notice that the name Woods can be found throughout Lincoln, Nebraska. Within a few months of my arrival in 1985, a Woods Bros. realtor helped me...

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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....

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The Spirit of Lincoln is Alive

by Jenny Sundberg   Once known as a government and university city, Lincoln is experiencing a new way-—a way in which residents and visitors alike are amazed by the turnout of what was once a futuristic vision that challenged Lincoln to reach for...