The Catholic Issue

February 21, 2017 · Posted In: In the Office, Omaha Magazine, Opinion

The March/April issue of Omaha Magazine hits the streets just as Oscar season comes to a close. Meanwhile, the subject of Omaha’s best-known Oscar-winning story is up for an even greater recognition—sainthood. A tribunal from […]

Nebraska’s State Fossil and the Sesquicentennial

January 1, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Opinion

The new year marks the 150th anniversary of Nebraska’s statehood. The January/February issue of Omaha Magazine touches on that milestone. But we don’t stop there. We take you even deeper into prehistoric times…15,000 years ago, […]

Ice Age Tusks vs. Blood Ivory

December 22, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, Places, Publications

The buried remains of Ice Age mammoths hold secrets to the story of climate change and the rise of mankind. Mammoths vanished from Earth some 11,000 years ago at the end of the geological epoch […]

The Compass in the Landscape

October 16, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine, Publications

With growing levels of philanthropic donations sloshing around Omaha, it’s important to keep in mind that underserved segments of the community remain. Sometimes these segments of the community are out of sight. Sometimes their needs […]

Empowering North Omaha

October 13, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

“Everybody says that it takes a village to raise a child, but what happens when the village really needs to be brought back together in order to do that work?” asks Willie Barney, the founder […]

Dying for Opiates in Omaha

October 11, 2016 · Posted In: Health, News, Omaha Magazine, Publications

Getting high on injected heroin—or one of the several synthetic equivalents—does not feel like an orgasm or a dozen orgasms. That is a mythical description the average non-user appreciates, so it gets repeated. The truth […]

Hot Mess under the Sack

October 9, 2016 · Posted In: Encounter, Fashion, Publications, Style

makeup: Chevy Kozisek styling: Nicholas Wasserberger models: Nancy Anaya, Landon Watson, Ashley Glantz While winter brings long nights and unforgettable memories, nostalgia returns every season for bygone years. Remember sleepovers with sleeping bags? Remember when […]

Nurturing Young Artists in North Omaha

August 26, 2016 · Posted In: Education, Family, Family Guide, Publications

Within one year of establishing The Union of Contemporary Art in 2011, its founder and executive director, Brigitte McQueen Shew, noticed neighborhood kids arriving unexpectedly at the arts facility on North 24th Street. The Union […]

Obviously Omaha

Riverfront Redevelopment Plans

Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Lifestyle, Publications

North America’s longest river is receiving lots of local attention—and not just because of all the Pokémon in the vicinity. Omaha’s Old Market is the place to be for players of the successful augmented reality […]


 
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