Anne Thorne Weaver

February 18, 2015 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

National Society of Colonial Dames diva Anne Thorne Weaver is at an age when she says and does what she wants. Fortunately for Omaha, this patron puts her money where her mouth is in supporting […]

Banking on Relationships

February 12, 2015 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

You may have noticed FW Bank’s recent media campaign. Throughout the year the bank has run ads featuring their business customers who express appreciation for how the bank has helped them reach their goals. Intrigued […]

Sam Walker

February 11, 2015 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

Technically, Sam Walker is retired and has been retired from the University of Nebraska—Omaha for nine years. But the 71-year-old author and civil liberties activist is still going full throttle. His national profile as a […]

Kianna Ibis

Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

The Omaha Benson Magnet School girls basketball program has a preseason tradition involving a pizza-fueled sleepover on the eve of the first game. Senior Kianna Ibis, who will play for Arizona State next season after […]

Art School

Posted In: Art, Business, Education, Family, HerFamily, Nonprofit

Are those balloons?” the instructor asks a young girl dressed warmly in pink sweatpants and a purple sweatshirt. The girl looks up and nods enthusiastically before returning to her drawing. No, it’s not a school […]

Livable Luxury

Mula Mexican Kitchen & Tequileria

Posted In: Food & Drink, Midtown, Omaha Magazine, Restaurants, Reviews

Omaha has always had its own unique take on Mexican food. Things like puffy tacos, enchiladas made with flour tortillas, and margaritas made with Rose’s lime juice can be found at just about every Mexican […]

Breaking the Ice

Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Parenting

For many area families, summer doesn’t really begin until Omaha’s 15 outdoor public pools open for the season, and the closing date is a sad reminder that swimming has ended for another year. But even […]

The History and Mystery

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Places

Omaha eyes are drawn to the massive limestone building towering over 20th and Dodge Streets. How could we miss it?  But it’s what we don’t see that tells the history of Omaha Central High School. […]

A Space for Everything

February 10, 2015 · Posted In: Encounter, Lifestyle, People

Ganesh graces the soft purple cover of Sandy Aquila’s guestbook. The book is bound at the top; inside, on delicate handmade pages, the dates corresponding to the signatures within start at 2001. On some pages, […]