Tagged: outdoors

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Lincoln Has Festivals!

by Julie Nichols, photography by Tom Tidball As the performing and visual arts crept back last year, audiences and artists returned to the rich array of Lincoln’s street festivals, cultural events, and neighborhood celebrations. Music fans, art aficionados, families and...

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Lincoln Has Lakes

by Sriyani Tidball, photography by Tom Tidball Lakes around Lincoln are a great place to go for a run, do some fishing, take a walk, do some grilling, have a picnic, enjoykayaking, paddle boarding or even go swimming. Lincoln lakes...

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The Crossroads Music Festival

by Erik Brodin Higgins Founded in 2019, the Lincoln Crossroads Music Festival brings together international touring artists and local musicians and storytellers in a week-long celebration of Nebraska’s rich cultural heritage. Over the Festival’s nine days, you can expect to...

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Lincoln Baseball

by Ken Hambleton, photography by Tom Tidball With a bag of peanuts in your lap, a cold drink in one hand and a scorecard in the other, just like that, you become part of more than 100 years of Lincoln...

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Play Golf

by Ken Hambleton To find a man’s true character, play golf with him. P. G. Wodehouse Many people are caught by surprise at the golf opportunities in Lincoln. Four championship-length city-owned courses, a magnificent par 3 junior course and ten...

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Go Outside

Lincoln’s Parks and Trails by Julie Nichols Miles of Trails Known as a bike-friendly city, Lincoln offers 25 trails, offering riders anything from urban commuter tracks and neighborhood loops to challenging long treks through natural landscapes.  As 2020 brought more...

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Coming Soon: The Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch

by Jesse Starita Imagine monarch butterflies fluttering under clear blue skies as families pedal through a pristine tallgrass prairie. On one side of the crushed limestone trail, a group of undergraduate students count birds for their environmental restoration course. On...