Ultramarathoner Kaci Lickteig

May 2, 2018 · Posted In: Fitness, Health, Omaha Magazine

There are runners. There are ultrarunners. And then there’s Kaci Lickteig. Nicknamed “the Pixie Ninja” by her friends, Lickteig has earned her place among the most competitive ultrarunners in the world. Ultrarunning is the sport […]

Rose-Colored Glasses and Sweaters

January 22, 2018 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, People On the Rise

If a mobile business worked for tacos and sliders, why can’t it work for clothing? In less than a year, Jill Dudzinski has made a name for herself launching Hello Ruby Mobile Boutique in Omaha. […]

Powered by Effective Design

January 19, 2018 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, In the Office

The open office space of Oxide Design Co. has all the hallmarks of being inhabited by creative types: LEGO designs are the first thing you see when you peek inside the design and branding firm’s […]

Sax with Ed Archibald

January 17, 2018 · Posted In: Music, Omaha Magazine, People

Fresh out of Technical High School, Ed Archibald and his bandmates had dreams of becoming the next Commodores. Then life happened. Jobs. Marriage. Kids. The dream and Archibald’s saxophone were tucked away. It took a […]

The Pamphleteer

December 12, 2017 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha

Colleen Ramsey has always written what she knows: love, adoption, grief, and—more recently—aging. “I have to feel something,” Ramsey says. “I have to have some emotion connected with it.” At 85, Ramsey has self-published more […]

Mary Zicafoose

October 4, 2017 · Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

The story of Mary Zicafoose—and her “Hope & Healing” tapestries—is one of unwavering focus, intensity, family tragedy, and a simple red scarf. The world-renowned weaver’s two tapestries, each measuring 12 feet long and more than […]

Long Live the Reuben

July 16, 2017 · Posted In: Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine, Restaurants

Like a typical Midwestern child, Christian Mackevicius grew up outdoors. He was a daredevil with the skateboard, a leader in sports like football, and a patient angler and golfer. However, his childhood was different in […]

10 Cheap Things to do in Omaha This Summer

April 27, 2017 · Posted In: Family, FamilyGuide

This is going to be no ordinary summer in Omaha, and the best part is, you won’t have to budget much to enjoy it with your family. There are inexpensive and free activities throughout the […]

Orchestrated by God, Encouraged by Parents

March 12, 2017 · Posted In: Music, Omaha Magazine, People

At his first public concert, a benefit for disabled children in Ecuador, Washington Garcia realized that he was put on Earth to serve others through music. “It was a revealing moment,” Garcia says. He was […]

You Only Live Twice

October 15, 2016 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Before & After, Home, Publications

Omaha’s Orpheum Theater was designed to impress. Those vaulted, gilt ceilings. The 1920s Czech crystal chandeliers and gold leaf and ivory finishes. Its similarities to the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles are intentional. The Orpheum’s […]


 
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