A Message from Omaha Magazine

March 27, 2020 · Posted In: Online Exclusive

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How to Help Omaha Restaurants

March 20, 2020 · Posted In: Food & Drink

Omaha businesses are struggling right now and perhaps some of the hardest hit are bars and restaurants. Many of Omaha’s favorite restaurants are carrying on, even if that means switching their business to one focusing […]

Venezuelan Mariana Berlin of Omaha

Tiny But Mighty

March 3, 2020 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People, Places

Marianna Berlin moved to the United States in search of adventure. She was born in a U.S. Navy hospital in San Diego while her Venezuelan father participated in joint naval exercises, but she grew up […]

Chad Wegener, San Clemente goat Star

Keeping the San Clemente Island Goats Afloat

March 2, 2020 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

Drivers twisting along the crooked spine of Q Street toward the Elkhorn River will start to notice the remaining clues of a deadly flood season in Nebraska from spring 2019. Dead tree limbs sleep on […]

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Arts, Culture, and Education Persist

March 27, 2020 · Posted In: Weekend Picks

Subscribe to this free weekly newsletter here. Thursday, March 26-Sunday, March 29: This weekend’s newsletter contains information on what some of our local arts, culture, and educational spaces are doing during this time. Bemis Center for […]

Dear Omaha

March 25, 2020 · Posted In: Best of Omaha, Uncategorized

Please don’t be fooled by other contests—Omaha Magazine’s Best of Omaha contest is the legitimate public-voted contest for the metro area.

Kamrin Baker's Shiba Inu puppy, Mirio

Good Things in Community Updates

March 19, 2020 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine

Subscribe to this free weekly newsletter here. Normally, this newsletter features several events of interest around Omaha for you all to attend. But with pretty much every event being cancelled, we’ve decided to highlight some good things […]

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St. Patrick’s Day, Isolation Edition

March 17, 2020 · Posted In: Events, Weekend Picks

Subscribe to this free weekly newsletter here. Tuesday, March 17, aka St. Patrick’s Day We understand that not getting to go out on St. Patrick’s Day is devastating to some. So we wanted to bring you […]

Kali Herbolsheimer at school

Raising Funds, Coaching Sports

March 12, 2020 · Posted In: FamilyGuide

Millard South High School student Kali Herbolsheimer immediately makes an impression on people. Confident, driven, and sure of what’s important to her, this young woman is all about making an impact. “High achiever” also comes […]

Dylan Folda and his dog

A Leader Across the Board

Posted In: Education, Family, FamilyGuide

High school can be an intimidating place, especially as a freshman. Learning where classes are located, finding a locker and learning the combination, and, of course, the “scary” seniors—intimidating, indifferent, insensitive. Westside High School senior […]

Kendra Steiner, teacher, Masters Elementary School

Four Moves Ahead

Posted In: FamilyGuide

Mondays happen. Whether one works in a dream job or one they dislike, everyone has a day where they are low on energy. Everyone, except, perhaps, Kendra Steiner. “School has to be our happy place,” […]

all ten members of Wolfe family

Viewing Service as Life

Posted In: FamilyGuide

The Wolfe pack does something many families envy these days—they sit down and eat dinner together nearly each night. “It’s not as though we have an hour,” said father Chris Wolfe. “Often it is about […]