Uber and Lyft

February 24, 2017 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, People

With the post-millennial rise of ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft, a generation weaned on digital technology could suddenly tap a smartphone app, summon a private car driven by the owner, and pay for the fare […]

Omaha CVB

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine, Places

This year Boys Town celebrates its 100th year. The Los Angeles Times recently ranked Boys Town’s anniversary as one of the top-10 milestones of 2017, encouraging people to visit the historic landmark and “add cultural […]

Efficient Urban Transportation in a Zip

Posted In: Auto, B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine

Living in a technologically advanced world has its advantages, like convenience and fiscal recompenses we never could have envisioned. As a Los Angeles native who paid car insurance the price of a mortgage in some […]

The Silicon Trail

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine, Places

When United Airlines’ first daily nonstop service flight from Eppley Airfield to San Francisco International Airport eased away from the gate in September 2016, Randy Thelen made certain he had a seat. The senior vice […]

Your Trash, Her Treasure

Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Home, Omaha Magazine

Even on a blustery, freezing January day, as Christmas lights still twinkle from neighbors’ homes, it’s Halloween inside Diane Hayes’ apartment. Enter into her abode, which is located in the 105-year-old West Farnam Apartments off […]

A Family Masterpiece

Posted In: Auto, B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine

Some childhood memories stick with you. Dave Carroll, a retired Union Pacific manager, holds onto the memory of one fateful childhood leap that dented his grandfather’s prized 1950 Mercury. “I’ve got so much of my […]

Professional Pets

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine, Pets

Some of the names spoken about at the marketing firm Envoy might seem unorthodox: Adam, Steve, Stella … and Butter? These names don’t belong to people, but to a pair of Devon rex cats, a […]

Art Rage

February 23, 2017 · Posted In: Art, Galleries & Museums, Omaha Magazine

Editor’s note: Cassils is a gender non-conforming trans-masculine visual artist. Cassils uses plural gender-neutral pronouns (they, them, their) and asks that journalists do likewise when referring to them. This plurality reflects through language the position […]

Lenten Fish Fries

Posted In: Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine, Places

Lent in Omaha—a time of repentance and moderation for devout Catholics—is synonymous with crowded lines of happy, drunken people waiting for heaping piles of deep-fried fish. Parishioners and non-churchgoers alike rejoice with the approach of […]

Austin Ortega

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People, Sports

How did a smallish soccer-playing Hispanic kid from sun-drenched Escondido, California, end up an ice hockey star in Nebraska? Although his profile does not fit the stereotypical hockey player, UNO Mavericks forward Austin Ortega has […]


 
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