Black Elk Still Speaks

January 6, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

The blood of a warrior, holy man, healer, mystic, and visionary runs in the veins of Myron Pourier, whose broad face, jet-black hair, and dark, narrow eyes provide a window to his proud heritage. Pourier’s […]

Shonna Dorsey

Coding & Community

February 2, 2016 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders, Publications

Shonna Dorsey has merged an aptitude for technology with a desire to help others via Interface Web School, Omaha’s latest cyber-ed iteration. It’s not the first time she’s combined her entrepreneurial, networking, and community interests. […]


Buffalo Cauliflower

February 1, 2016 · Posted In: Family, Food & Drink, HerFamily, Publications, Recipes

Hot sauce, blue cheese and celery transform boring cauliflower into irresistible Super Bowl Sunday party food. This easy appetizer is a healthy dish that everyone will love. Cauliflower never tasted so good. Find more great […]


Baked Omelette

January 29, 2016 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Publications, Recipes

Try this healthy omelette for breakfast, lunch or dinner. A delicious way to add vegetables to your meal, this baked omelette is packed with zucchini, mushrooms, tomatoes, and baby greens. This quick recipe is gluten-free, […]


Kamrin Baker

January 27, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

The common trajectory for aspiring journalists is that you work at the school newspaper, get into college, work at that college paper, graduate, then take a lowly entry-level job somewhere and work your way up […]


Buckle Up

January 25, 2016 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Parenting, Publications

Be careful, and stay out of trouble,” Jeff Hanson told his son, Tyler, as he left the house in late January 2015. Tyler was almost to his car when his mother, Cari, called from the […]


Unblemished Beauty

January 22, 2016 · Posted In: Midtown, Neighborhoods, Omaha Home, Publications

In this continuing series of exploring architectural styles, we’ve covered such diverse genres as Jacobethan Revival, Art Deco, and Victorian, but deciding what the heck to call a home has never been much of an […]



Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

Judging from mainstream media and culture, transgender issues are gaining traction. Yet, for many Americans, everything they know about trans people they learned from Caitlyn Jenner. Or Laverne Cox of Orange is the New Black. […]


Holly Kranker

Posted In: Art, Encounter, Lifestyle, People, Publications

Holly Kranker has always made things. She learned about fabrics and textiles from her mom, and learned the art of constructing things out of nearly any material from her dad. When it came time to […]


From the ’Burbs to the City Lights

January 21, 2016 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Lifestyle, Publications, Retirement

Downtown Omaha pulses to the beat of live music, clinking glasses, and laughter, but while 20-somethings wander, propping one another up, scurrying from one bar to the next, Mary-Beth and Bruce Muskin find themselves settling […]


The Nelson Mandela Way

January 20, 2016 · Posted In: Education, Family, Neighborhoods, North Omaha, Omaha Magazine, Publications

North Omaha may be reversing five decades of capital resources leaving the community with little else but social services coming in. Emerging business, housing, and community projects are spearheading a revitalization, and a new school […]