Great Scot!

October 13, 2017 · Posted In: Business, Downtown, Encounter, Leaders

He began serving as the vice president of LGBTQ+ advocacy organization Heartland Pride last fall, but David Kerr hails from nowhere near Nebraska. The Glasgow, Scotland, native followed love to Omaha in 2013, and although […]

Rolling Along the Big Muddy

September 18, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders

Steve Hosch’s love for sailing was forged in Washington, where he taught sailing classes and wiled away memorable days with his wife, children, and friends, gliding his sailboat across gorgeous Puget Sound. What’s a captain […]

The Centennials

September 4, 2017 · Posted In: Business, Leaders

Pop quiz: From the following options, which is the oldest? a) sliced bread, b) Betty White, c) NP Dodge Real Estate, or d) traffic signals? Time’s up. Pencils down. Those who answered a, b, or […]

Not-so-secret Traits of Early Success

August 23, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders

Dan Hamilton is a service manager in the automotive industry—and he’s about 10 years younger than the average person in that position. Duane Singleton of Baxter Volkswagen La Vista says that shows a high level […]

Omaha’s Salvation for Many

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders

The Salvation Army is certainly a legacy in Omaha, having started around 1912, two years before World War I began. The international organization was founded in London in 1865. Fast forward through a Great Depression, […]

Rachel Halbmaier

July 20, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Leaders

Rachel Halbmaier is a woman with ideas, and she has the ability to convey these ideas in a way that makes people excited for what will come next. That’s why the former director of events […]

Omaha by Design

July 12, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Leaders, Neighborhoods

When a new West Omaha Wal-Mart was being proposed in 2000, Connie Spellman remembers, someone questioned the difference between its uninspired, big-box design and a Wal-Mart with gabled parapets, lots of windows, and other visual […]

Farewell to One of Our Own

March 2, 2017 · Posted In: Leaders, Omaha Magazine, Opinion

Omaha Magazine lost a member of our family yesterday with the passing of freelance writer Judy Horan. Judy had written for the magazine for more than 30 years, and her careful reporting, willingness to tackle […]

Home Away From Home

February 24, 2017 · Posted In: Leaders, Omaha Home, Omaha Magazine

Volunteer firefighters at the Bennington rural fire station believe saying, “It’s quiet,” could spell the difference between a boring night and one that ends badly. When the firefighters’ beepers buzz, there is no telling what […]

Diane Kremlacek

January 24, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders, Publications

Diane Kremlacek is used to proving she can do the same things a man can. As the communication department manager—a historically male role—for 20 years at OPPD before retiring in 2015, she often had to […]


 
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