A Relic of Hinky Dinky

August 21, 2018 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, History, Places

As the University of Nebraska Medical Center expands in midtown Omaha, it digs up memories for residents who have seen the city change from a big small town to a metropolitan area. Such was the […]

Meriwether Lewis Suicide or Assassination

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, History, People

Kira Gale upset the historical establishment when she argued that the death of Meriwether Lewis was the result of assassination, not suicide.  Research into the explorers Lewis and (William) Clark consumed her life, up until […]

Gory, Ghastly, and Gruesome

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, People

One day with attorney Marc Delman would barely scratch the surface of his mammoth collection of cultural artifacts. Objects from whimsical pop culture to evidence of man’s inhumanity are stashed in storage and displays at […]

Aksarben Nouveau

August 20, 2018 · Posted In: Before & After, OmahaHome

This home was purchased with a vision of what it could become, and an appreciation for the promise in its old bones. My clients wanted to move from out west to the up-and-coming Aksarben area. […]

Elderberry Bounty

Posted In: Health, OmahaHome

Foraging berries is one of many underappreciated outdoor activities that Nebraska offers. Putting one’s kids to work on a ripe berry bush with a couple of pails will give them an opportunity to appreciate the […]

Wolves at the Door

Posted In: At Home, OmahaHome

How can someone armed with an unwieldy and imprecise piece of modern technology, such as a 20-inch electric chainsaw, create woodcarvings so meticulous in detail they look real? It takes a person with the eye […]

The Devil is in the Detail

Posted In: At Home, OmahaHome

When Jenny Gradowski drives up to her home each evening, she says the scene still gives her pause. “This is my home,” she says with awe.  Gradowski and Joe Pittack live in a spacious white […]

A Seasonal Step Up

Posted In: At Home, Central Omaha, OmahaHome

This fall, there will be plenty of time to cruise the streets and check out reddening leaves and autumnal lawn displays. But you might just want to stop, roll down your windows, and take a […]

OmahaHome Entryway

Posted In: Home, OmahaHome, People

For me, fall is the embodiment of comfort. I love the warm and cozy feeling of autumn snuggled in between the harsh Midwestern summer and winter.  The first sign of dropping temperature starts to turn […]

Main Street Studios

Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, Sponsored Content

Tyler Curnes was on the fast track to a career in finance, poised to join his family’s financial company, Curnes Financial Group, after completing his financial degree program at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Though he […]


 
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