For 30 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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What a Load of Garbage

April 20, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Neighborhoods, Omaha Magazine

When you hear the words “garbage collection,” you might think of a truck rolling into the neighborhood and a couple of guys hopping off to pick up your waiting bin(s). It turns out that the […]

Carp-o-Rama

April 18, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Sports

  “Are you ready to see some flying fish?” asks Rich Porter, tournament director for the Bowfishers of Nebraska. Porter steers toward the river’s confluence, and we nock arrows on bowstrings. We are ready. Or […]

Broom Man

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Sculptor John Lajba has made a name for himself by documenting Omaha’s most iconic figures. His subjects range from joyous to somber. One of his bronzes, The Road To Omaha, is a familiar image broadcast […]

Seamus Campbell Takes the Stage

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Like so many kids, 9-year-old Seamus Campbell loves The Jungle Book. He’s one of countless children to be enchanted by the thought of boppin’ around the jungle with cool, scat-singing Baloo, relishing the “Bare Necessities” […]

Drunk on a Truth Binge

Posted In: Humor, Omaha Magazine

What does a medieval murder have to do with your television viewing habits? How could a bit of historical treachery lead to a description of your propensity for watching endless hours of Netflix, abandoning family […]

The Evolution 
of Pop Music

April 15, 2017 · Posted In: Encounter, Entertainment, Music, Omaha Magazine

Admittedly, 34-year-old Omaha native Jonathan Tvrdik doesn’t sleep much. Between co-owning Benson’s Krug Park, working as a consultant for his wife Sarah Lorsung Tvrdik’s business Hello Holiday, being a father to 2-year-old son Hugo, directing […]

Ren
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sance 
Man

April 13, 2017 · Posted In: Art, Encounter, Entertainment, Omaha Magazine

A boozy brunch between girlfriends, a meeting of coworkers over coffee, a couple splitting a glass   of wine—conversations captured around the city, all serve as fodder and inspiration for Brion Poloncic’s work. In the quiet […]

In Bloom

Posted In: Chefs, Nutrition, Omaha Magazine

Just as bright yellow dandelions emerge throughout the city in spring, Dandelion Pop-Up will re-emerge in the Greater Omaha Chamber Courtyard, adding a dash more culinary color to Omaha (at 13th and Harney streets). Dandelion […]

Pacific Life

Posted In: B2B Magazine, In the Office, Omaha Magazine

The site of Omaha’s old Knights of Aksarben complex—acres of once-busy thoroughbred horse racing and concert space turned albatross—has blossomed anew as the live-work-play destination spot known as Aksarben Village. The booming mixed-use development is […]

Your Trash, Her Treasure

April 9, 2017 · 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 […]


 
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