Omaha’s Saint: Father Flanagan and the Cause for Canonization

February 20, 2017 · Posted In: Family, Omaha Magazine, Religion

A small, framed black-and-white photo hangs on the living room wall of the Rev. Clifford Stevens’ modest apartment, located on the south campus of Omaha’s famous Village of Boys Town. It shows Monsignor Edward J. […]

Ethics

February 24, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Ethics, Omaha Magazine

Years ago, my colleague Butch Ethington showed me a graphic he designed when he was the ethics officer and ombudsman at Union Pacific Railroad. I still use this graphic in my Creighton classes and the […]

Uber and Lyft

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, People

With the post-millennial rise of ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft, a generation weaned on digital technology could suddenly tap a smartphone app, summon a private car driven by the owner, and pay for the fare […]

Sales Insider

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine, Opinion

I love sales. It is a career where you, the sales professional, determine your income based on how skillfully you execute the duty. It has a feel of independence, ownership, and entrepreneurship, and it can […]

A Treasure in Stained Glass

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Downtown

Sometime around 1904, when Omaha Bishop Richard Scannell visited Europe to invite young men to serve as priests among the German-American members of the Omaha diocese, the Rev. Bernard Sinne was among those who responded. […]

Omaha CVB

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine, Places

This year Boys Town celebrates its 100th year. The Los Angeles Times recently ranked Boys Town’s anniversary as one of the top-10 milestones of 2017, encouraging people to visit the historic landmark and “add cultural […]

Colonoscopy Cocktail

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Health

Gary Kropf, 62, spent the entire evening reading Wine Spectator magazine cover to cover. On the toilet. “It was a busy day,” Kropf recalls. A powder laxative mixed in 64 ounces of Gatorade helped clear […]

Crazy Gringa Hot Sauce

Posted In: Uncategorized

Mary Current and her son, Anderson Current, started making hot sauce three years ago. She never planned on being a commercial food producer despite working the front and back of the house at restaurants, studying […]

On Bread

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Health

It was the story I didn’t want to write—that one about what I call “my malady,” my three episodes of severely restricted eating. The first bout struck when I was 15, when, in response to […]

What a Load of Garbage

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Neighborhoods, Omaha Magazine

When you hear the words “garbage collection,” you might think of a truck rolling into the neighborhood and a couple of guys hopping off to pick up your waiting bin(s). It turns out that the […]

Efficient Urban Transportation in a Zip

Posted In: Auto, B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine

Living in a technologically advanced world has its advantages, like convenience and fiscal recompenses we never could have envisioned. As a Los Angeles native who paid car insurance the price of a mortgage in some […]


 
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