For 35 years, Omaha Magazine has brought stories of the city’s most fascinating people and interesting places. This regional lifestyle magazine serves a readership of more than 180,000 people, both print and web, reaching local homes, professional offices, and nearly every hotel/motel room in the area. Every two months, our award-winning writers, photographers, columnists and designers bring you captivating stories on area homes and gardens, lifestyles, food and dining, style, the arts, entertainment, and travel. If it’s Omaha, it’s in Omaha Magazine.

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Alexander Payne’s Homecoming

February 13, 2018 · Posted In: Film, Omaha Magazine, People

Alexander Payne’s new tragicomedy Downsizing imagines the fate of an overpopulated world hanging in the balance due to depleted natural resources. When scientists find a way to miniaturize humans, adventurous souls choose going small as an […]

Legendary Legacy

February 11, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Places, Restaurants

Despite his retirement from a long, fruitful career in the restaurant business, Chuck Caniglia can still be found doing what he loves best. “You caught me with my hands full. I’m making homemade Venice Inn […]

Chasing the Aurora Borealis

February 6, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine

Editor’s note: Derek Burdeny told this story to Omaha Magazine in an interview with Doug Meigs. Sydney Sheldrick adapted the interview transcript to this narrative. The northern lights were a common sight during my childhood in Winnipeg, Canada. […]

Weiner, Weiner, Hot Dog Dinner

January 30, 2018 · Posted In: Humor, Omaha Magazine

A lot goes into the making of a hot dog. Even more goes into the making of a hot dog person. Tracie Mauk would know. She is a 35-year-old thespian and comedian (originally from Norfolk). She’s […]

The Hidden Menace of Elder Abuse

January 29, 2018 · Posted In: Health, Omaha Magazine

During Labor Day weekend in 2014, Jill Panzer and her youngest aunt set out for a seven-hour drive to Hemingford, Nebraska, to pick up Jill’s grandmother, Edna. The two were going under the guise that […]

Strong Medicine, Community Healing

January 23, 2018 · Posted In: Giving, News, Omaha Magazine

“My grandmother—who was my first mentor, and I idolize her to this day—was a shaman,” says Donna Polk, a licensed mental health practitioner who has a Ph.D. in administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “I […]

Frankly Delicious

January 20, 2018 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Reviews

Its offbeat location next to a gas station may make some first-time visitors to Finicky Frank’s a little apprehensive, but diners shouldn’t be dissuaded. The small, locally owned cafe in Omaha’s Florence neighborhood has a […]

High Fidelity Dreaming

January 19, 2018 · Posted In: Business Profiles, Music, Omaha Magazine

When you talk with Kate Dussault, it’s obvious how important music is to her. “I can’t imagine a life without music,” Dussault says. “It’s where I learned a lot. It’s the focus of so many […]

Sax with Ed Archibald

January 17, 2018 · Posted In: Music, Omaha Magazine, People

Fresh out of Technical High School, Ed Archibald and his bandmates had dreams of becoming the next Commodores. Then life happened. Jobs. Marriage. Kids. The dream and Archibald’s saxophone were tucked away. It took a […]

Tinker, Maker, Robots Guy

January 12, 2018 · Posted In: Education, Omaha Magazine, People

Nate Hutchison, 16, dumps his Rubik’s cube collection onto the dining room table. The stash boasts an entire spectrum of not just colors, but shapes and varieties, too: puzzles composed of interlocking triangles, diamonds, crosses, […]


 
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