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If Hearing Is Believing

February 6, 2014 · Posted In: Art, Entrepreneurs, Lifestyle, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine, People

Do you hear what Angie and Andrew Norman hear? If so, that’s the symphony of the Cornhusker state’s stacked arsenal of music makers. And if you don’t hear it now, you will, because they’re working […]

Tres Johnson

Très Johnson

Patique Collins Finds the Right Fit

January 28, 2014 · Posted In: Business, Entrepreneurs, Fitness, Omaha Magazine, Sports

In 2011 Patique Collins left a two-decade corporate career to open a fitness business. Two-and-a-half years later her Right Fit gym on West Maple Road jumps with clients. This former model, who’s emceed events and […]

Sweet Design
 from Sweet Afton Studios

January 15, 2014 · Posted In: Art, B2B Magazine, Business, Entrepreneurs

It’s not often that a grocery list grabs people’s attention. But that’s exactly what happened the other day at a restaurant for Krystal Leichliter and her husband Ryan. Krystal and Ryan are the owners of […]

RetroShirtz

January 10, 2014 · Posted In: Art, B2B Magazine, Business, Central Omaha, Entrepreneurs, Fashion, People

“He does everything I don’t want to do and vice versa,” says Andy Robinson of his business partner, Brad Richling. Maybe that’s what has given RetroShirtz such momentum. In rapid succession, the business launched in […]

Oil and Vinegar
 Boom in Omaha

Zealous Melon

December 7, 2013 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Entrepreneurs, People, People On the Rise

With just one look at Zealous Melon’s hip basement headquarters, the fruit theme becomes apparent. The walls and the furniture, like the business’ logo, are bright orange and green. “Our office could pass for a […]

Jessica Misegadis (left) and Geri Hogan co-own this Downtown secondhand boutique.

Shop Around the Corner

November 20, 2013 · Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Entrepreneurs, People, Places

In September, Jessica Misegadis swore that Shop Around the Corner would never relocate again. “I hated moving,” the co-owner of the secondhand shop said at the time. “I don’t want to ever do it again.” […]


 
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