The State of Volleyball

December 27, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Sports

For generations, football gave Nebraska a statewide identity. But with Husker gridiron fortunes flagging, volleyball is the new signature sport with booming participation and success. Here and nationally, more girls now play volleyball than basketball […]

2018 March/April Family & More

February 23, 2018 · Posted In: Family & More, Omaha Magazine

Family & More Omaha Beef 2018 Preseason Game March 2 at Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St. Missing football? Arena football starts with this preseason exhibition game, which promises to be lots of fun. 7 p.m. […]

2018 March/April Concerts

Posted In: Concerts, Omaha Magazine

Concerts Gaelic Storm March 1 at Iowa Western Community College, 2700 College Road, Council Bluffs. After nearly two decades and more than 3,000 live shows, this chart-topping Celtic band is looking sharper than ever. They […]

2018 March/April Performances

Posted In: Performances

Stage Performances Comedy shows Recurring Thursdays-Saturdays at The Backline Comedy Theatre, 1618 Harney St. Primarily long-form improv, the Backline also hosts standup shows, short-form improv shows, and occasionally sketch shows. INTERROGATED, the Backline’s premiere show, recurs […]

2018 March/April Exhibits Calendar

Posted In: Exhibits, Omaha Magazine

Art & Museum Exhibits Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez Through March 8 at Fred Simon Gallery, 1004 Farnam St., lower level. Friedemann-Sanchez describes her art as “a bicultural and transcultural experience” as it focuses on her migration from […]

2018 March/April Calendar of Events

Posted In: Calendar, Omaha Magazine

Art & Museum Exhibits Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez Through March 8 at Fred Simon Gallery, 1004 Farnam St., lower level. Friedemann-Sanchez describes her art as “a bicultural and transcultural experience” as it focuses on her migration from […]

The Changing Face of Omaha

Posted In: History, Omaha Magazine

A lot can change in 35 years, even in Omaha, a town where some places look like a glacier flowed over 2 million years ago and only unfroze a few weeks ago. Of course, if […]

Chase Thomsen

Posted In: Chefs, Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine

A former Dundee-area eyesore is now one of the hottest places in Omaha to scarf down eggs and waffles. For years, a decaying, vacant service station sat near the roundabout that connects Seward, Happy Hollow, […]

Punching Back Against Parkinson’s

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Fitness, Health

The up-tempo music pulsating from the rehabilitation wing at Life Care Center of Elkhorn doesn’t signal “party time” for physical therapists ending their shift; it signals the start of another Rock Steady Boxing session for […]

Madison Chizek’s Dancing Ambition

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Madison Chizek slips on her tap shoes, throws her light brown hair in a ponytail, and laughs at herself in the mirror. “Ok, ready.” Her mother, Dawn, pushes play. The song “Are You That Somebody?” […]

Starting Seeds

Posted In: Home, Omaha Home

Growing produce is a great way to save money on groceries and promote healthy eating. Buying greenhouse-started plants is one option, but starting your own seedlings allows you to grow atypical plants at a fraction […]


 
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