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Downtown Lincoln

by Charlyne Berens Lincoln’s downtown never really was at the city’s geographical center. And as the city grew, development spread east, south and north, leaving downtown on the western edge. But as downtown has redeveloped in recent decades, it has...

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Lincoln’s Farmers Markets

by Tegan Colton When Kevin Loth and Charuth Van Beuzekom left California to start a farm outside Lincoln, Nebraska, they had no idea how they were going to make it work. It was 1996, and their vision for running an...

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Fresh and Local

by Julie Nichols Bolstered by the Buy Fresh, Buy Local program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, over 100 farmer’s markets are booming across Nebraska. Lincoln hosts two primary locations and a growing number of small neighborhood markets bring fresh produce,...

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The Historic Haymarket

  by Sriyani Tidball The Haymarket District is a historic section of downtown Lincoln that has become one of the main tourist attractions for both visitors and locals. The area is home to the Haymarket Park baseball stadium, where the...

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Lincoln’s silicon prairie

by Tegan Colton Lincoln, Nebraska is part of what’s known colloquially as Silicon Prairie. The name is taken from California’s Silicon Valley, home of international tech giants like Apple, Google and Facebook. Silicon Prairie is a greater collective of cities...

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Farmers Markets

by Julie Nichols Bolstered by the Buy Fresh, Buy Local program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, farmer’s markets are booming across Nebraska—this year, registered statewide markets reached 100. Lincoln is fortunate to have two primary locations and a growing number...

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The Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Charlyne Berens The Pinnacle Bank Arena’s silvery finish and circular shape may make it look, from a distance, at least, as if a gigantic space ship has magically landed in downtown Lincoln.  The magic is real, but it’s not...

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Lincoln’s Markets

by Sriyani Tidball Local markets improve the health of a community. To buy local, support local farms, buy organic, buy fresh, eat healthy is the new motto in Lincoln—the city supports an amazing array of summer farmers’ markets all around...