Passion Project

February 26, 2015 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion, Publications

When Greg Daake returned from a conference in Minneapolis where he heard a panel present their experience with a 24-hour total rebrand, he knew he wanted to try it. Daake, founder and creative director of […]

The Death of Cursive

February 24, 2015 · Posted In: Education, HerFamily

Look closely. Bet you can’t even read it. The strong, curvaceous loops of the “L” intersect just a little too closely with …is that an “o”? It hooks right up with … “z”…something? In it, […]

The Zen of Downsizing

Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Home, People, Places

Originally published in March/April 2015 Omaha Home magazine. Anne Ginn’s epiphany came when she was ankle-deep in a pile of leaves. “It came to me while I was raking,” says Ginn. “I was filling the […]

The Perfect Game

Posted In: Lifestyle, People, Sports

Originally published in March/April 2015 Omaha Magazine. If you have boys, and if you and those boys love baseball, and if those boys were cursed enough to be right-handed, you likely would have a hard […]

Art Meets Information

Posted In: Art, Encounter, Lifestyle, People

Originally published in March/April 2015 Encounter magazine. At the W. Dale Clark main Omaha Public Library branch, people can check out books, use the Internet, take classes, and research government documents, along with a host […]

Karen and Ron Baker

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Lifestyle, People

Karen & Ron Baker had their first date on May 1st of last year. On October 4th, just four short months later, they were married. Crazy kids in love?  Impulsive, impetuous teenagers? You might think […]

Bricks & Molder

Posted In: Business, Downtown, Encounter, People, Places

Originally published in March/April 2015 Encounter magazine. The rustic charm of Jackson Street Booksellers is practically an undisputed fact amongst Omahans. Narrow and crooked aisles, packed with books, wind back into the store in a […]

Fighting the World’s Worst Diseases

February 20, 2015 · Posted In: Health, Omaha Magazine, People

Originally published in March/April 2015 Omaha Magazine. When patients with ebola flew into the heartland, the Nebraska Biocontainment Patient Care Unit activated for the first time. Local healthcare workers are now helping hospitals nationwide to […]

Older, Educated, and Still Looking

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, People

Originally published in Spring 2015 B2B magazine. Mike Gawley punctuated the day he was let go from his job with a thud. As he was cleaning out his desk after 30-plus years at a company […]

Duct Tape Dreams

February 19, 2015 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily

The first years of a child’s life are jam-packed with an endless string of memorable “firsts.” The rite of passage that is climbing into your first “big boy bed” ranks right up there with such […]


 
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