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.

For questions about editorial, contact Omaha Magazine editor David Williams.

Drunk on a Truth Binge

February 24, 2017 · 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 […]

Office Furniture

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

A Survival Guide Office furniture dealerships work with companies large and small to reshape their work environments. Here are some observations to keep in mind once the walls have come down. Variety is key Don’t […]

From The Editor

February 23, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Omaha Magazine

B2B Magazine started 2017 by highlighting the many successful women in business around Omaha, and this issue, we bring you the best of the city for business needs. This contest is a bit different from […]

Art Rage

Posted In: Art, Encounter, 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 […]

The Brand Brief

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Omaha Magazine, Opinion

I have good news and bad news. The good news is that greatness is a state of mind. The bad news is that others’ minds decide your state. As with many things in life, this […]

Obviously Omaha

Posted In: Omaha Magazine

It’s not mere luck that Omaha was ranked third overall of the nation’s best cities for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations (according to wallethub.com in 2016). If there is one thing our city is known for, […]

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 […]

A Portrait of the Filmmaker as a Young Man

Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

Knights in shining armor go searching for a legendary spoon. That was the concept of Sam Senser’s entry to the Canadian-based 50-Hour Film Competition. The contest’s theme was “twisted fairytale,” and all entries had to […]

The Big Easy in the Big O

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Restaurants, Reviews

One of America’s great food cities, New Orleans, is steeped in history, culture, and fantastic flavors. From beignets to étouffée, the Southern city’s distinctive cuisine attracts food lovers worldwide. Perhaps the best way to satisfy […]


 
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