Nettles, and Ivy, and Ticks—Oh My!

April 28, 2017 · Posted In: Family Guide, Health

Christine Jacobsen likes to see parents taking their kids outside. “There’s more of a risk to keeping them inside,” she says, citing obesity and other problems. Jacobsen, the education specialist for the Papio-Missouri River Natural […]

Java Journey

Posted In: Coffee & Tea, Encounter, Food & Drink

Like many who guzzle black gold, Sagar Gurung started downing coffee purely for utilitarian reasons. The taste—he could have done without. “I started for the caffeine,” Gurung says. “When I took that first sip, I […]

Tracy L. Hightower-Henne and Susan Reff

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Sponsored Content

This sponsored content appears in the Winter 2017 edition of B2B. To view, click here: https://issuu.com/omahapublications/docs/b2b_0217_125/56 Under the Hightower Reff Law logo, you’ll often see the words “Confident. Clear. Committed.”  This female owned and dominated firm […]

The Making of the May/June 2017 Cover

April 27, 2017 · Posted In: History, Omaha Magazine, People

About the cover: The U.S. D-Day landing at Normandy’s Omaha Beach has been called “Bloody Omaha.” Omaha Magazine created a replica of the June 6, 1944, Omaha Beach landing for the current cover. Surrounding the […]

Art Farm

Posted In: Art, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, Publications

Artist Cassia Kite has lived on the Gulf Coast of the Sunshine State for more than a decade, but her work remains rooted in the family farm near Auburn, Nebraska. “I’m just so thankful of […]

If I Were King

Posted In: Entertainment, Humor, Omaha Magazine

I have difficulty falling asleep because I obsess about one thing or another that happened during the day—like the lobby door at the dentist’s office that lacks a “push/pull” label, or the person ahead of […]

Matt Darling

Posted In: Lifestyle, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine

The Omaha Community Foundation was designed to pool donations into a coordinated investment and grant-making facility dedicated to Omaha’s social improvement. Learning and/or knowing the people of the community to help improve Omaha’s social services […]

A Cottage In The Woods

Posted In: At Home, Home, Omaha Home

When the Marshall family approached architect Jared Gerber about designing their home, he met them at the future construction site just outside the city limits of Louisville, Nebraska. “When I met with them, we immediately […]

A Professor in Motion Stays in Motion

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Fitness, Health

The sun barely penetrated the narrows of the canyon. Kris Berg, Ph.D., scrambled over dusty red rock, carefully avoiding the steep cliffs that plunged down 50 yards on either side of him. History and geology […]

Home Opener

Posted In: DIY Project, Home, Omaha Home

I have written frequently about growing up in small-town Iowa. My father farmed for 30 years, and his parents farmed. I have always felt the nostalgia of this lifestyle, and I knew a rural setting […]


 
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