Todd “Fox” Hansen

June 27, 2018 · Posted In: Art, Encounter, Lifestyle

Todd “Fox” Hansen looks like a guy you’d see hiking up a mountain, followed by his loyal dog pack, maybe carrying a whittled, wooden staff and helping out lost, less fortunate hikers. In reality, he […]

Goodbye, Gene Leahy Mall

June 24, 2018 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Downtown

It’s the end of the Gene Leahy Mall as we know it. And Omaha civic leaders feel fine, apparently. Representatives of Mayor Jean Stothert’s office and the Missouri Riverfront Revitalization Project declined to comment on […]

60Plus Opener

June 20, 2018 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, People, Recipes

Since this is our food issue, I wanted to share a recipe that has been passed down through generations of my family. I remember Grandmother Johnson (my mother’s mother) coming for long summer and Christmastime […]

A Decade of Maha, Munch Madness, and Best of Omaha

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Oh, Maha, you make this city a better place. Maha Music Festival turns 10 years old this summer. In honor of the milestone, Omaha Magazine has partnered with the festival to produce a special (sponsored) […]

Between the Lines

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Elizabeth Kottich – Editorial Intern Elizabeth Kottich of Neola, Iowa, is pursuing a master’s degree in English with a focus on creative nonfiction writing at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. When she is not busy with […]

Eric Falk’s Mean Green Pulling Machine

June 17, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People, Recreation

Horsepower, innovation, and family-friendly fun are at the heart of truck and tractor pulling. The popular motorsport evolved from the agrarian tradition of horse pulling, in which farmers urged their teams to pull sleds along […]

Where Pink Pigeons Fly

June 15, 2018 · Posted In: Art, Encounter, Lifestyle

Coming from a very artistic family, Gabi Quiroz’s parents always encouraged her creative endeavors. Her mother taught her to shade, her father used to draw, her grandmother quilts, and she has an aunt who draws […]

Ted Genoways

June 14, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Award-winning poet, journalist, editor, and author Ted Genoways of Lincoln, Nebraska, has long been recognized for his social justice writing as a contributor to Mother Jones, onEarth, Harper’s and other prestigious publications. While editor of […]

MILLENNIAL MYTH: We’re Job Hoppers

June 13, 2018 · Posted In: Encounter, People

I’m a millennial who’s held four different jobs over the past two years.  This begs the question, “Am I a cliché?” Gallup called millennials the “job-hopping generation” in a 2016 study.  An April NBC news article […]

Five National Parks

June 12, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Places

“You have died of dysentery.” Those tragic words stopped short the travels of many digital novices learning the history of the Oregon Trail. The classic computer game, The Oregon Trail, introduced a generation of youths […]


 
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