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Zoo Be Zoo Be Zoo

November 17, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Like most teenagers, Ellie Morrison has made many new friends during her high school career. But what makes her experience unique is that, in addition to classmates and teachers, some of Ellie’s friends include emperor […]

How to Plan an American Motorcycle Adventure

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Recreation

In search of the perfect motorcycle ride, I have coordinated several epic trips with family and friends over recent decades. Our routes have ranged across the U.S., from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Pacific […]

Shanketta Newsom’s National Poetry Slam Debut

Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

When Shanketta Newsom describes the National Poetry Slam, she speaks of intense bouts in front of a panel of judges and a lively crowd. In my mind, her passionate description conveys a scene akin to […]

Skeet’s Barbecue

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Restaurants, Reviews

I was convinced that they were out of business. Skeet’s Barbecue’s small internet footprint consisted of several online reviews and an unofficial Facebook page for “Skeet’s Ribs and Chicken.” The listed phone number was disconnected, […]

Fancy Food in Historic Buildings

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Restaurants

When Jennifer Coco and business partner Tom Simmons started thinking about opening a new restaurant somewhere in town, they considered a historic building in Dundee. After all, the local celebrity chef’s namesake, J. Coco (at […]

Lenore Benolken

Posted In: History, Omaha Magazine

“The first one-man show to be exhibited at Joslyn Memorial by a woman is that of Lenore Benolhen, who paints more like a man than a woman,” wrote one local reporter. The backhanded praise for […]

Blood Cow

Posted In: Omaha Magazine

Ozzy Osbourne bites heads off bats.The Red Hot Chili Peppers perform in the buff. Bloodcow gets kicked out of small, sleepy towns. Although they’re a local act, this five-member band isn’t afraid to rock out […]

The Final Mission

November 16, 2017 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine

Bill and Evonne Williams of Omaha frequently use the words “honor” and “privilege” when talking about 11 honor flights they organized from May 2008 to May 2017. The Williamses, co-founders of Patriotic Productions, embraced the […]

Healing Arts

November 13, 2017 · Posted In: Art, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine

Twice a month, Troy Muller visits the Douglas County Correctional Center to run an art class for incarcerated veterans. Tattoos are the theme of Muller’s first class in September. He lays out elaborate drawings of […]

Curling for Gold

November 12, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine

Curling anyone? The winter sport often described as “shuffleboard on ice” still gets pegged as a Canadian import. In Husker-hungry Nebraska, the broom-swept sport remains something of an oddity. That’s about to change. The 2018 […]


 
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