Dating Over 60

August 28, 2013 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Lifestyle, People, Retirement

Jim Hanson peruses a sea of online profiles, hoping to find his match. What sets this self-professed Renaissance man apart from thousands of other men doing the same exact thing? His age: 65. At a […]

The Olde Towne Elkhorn Girls

August 27, 2013 · Posted In: Business, Home, OmahaHome, People

To some, “small town” can imply limits, not too much to offer, even boring. But to others who know better, the term small town suggests friendly people, strong values, and off-the-beaten-path variety. The merchants of […]

Q&A: Valeria Orlandini

Posted In: Business, Home, OmahaHome, People

Valeria Orlandini has made a career of preserving works on paper and photographic materials, many of which are proudly displayed in fine homes and museums worldwide. Ensuring that the rich stories, family memories, and important […]

Choose Your Own Adventure

Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Entertainment, Places, Recreation

Ted and Wally’s. Tannenbaum Christmas Shop. The Passageway. These are staples of Omaha’s historic Old Market neighborhood. But what if you looked beyond the traditional to find the hidden heart of downtown? Do you dare […]

Just Can It!

Posted In: Beer, Cocktails & Wine, Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine

Chances are, in recent visits to your local grocery store, liquor store, or pub, you may have noticed a change to some of your favorite products. Shelves once lined so perfectly with that beautiful bottled […]

Be Our Guest

Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome

“They tell me, it’s up to you to change things out. We trust you.” Alex Ostblom, a landscape designer for Lanoha Nurseries, strolls across a newly transformed Westside lawn, naming flowers off the top of […]


Posted In: Business, Home, Midtown, OmahaHome

It all started with a hutch. From the moment Nick Huff and Brandon Beed traveled to Lincoln to retrieve the cabinet furniture piece, they knew that the thrill of finding the hutch would ignite a […]

Jim Flowers

Posted In: Entertainment, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People

Dapper Jim Flowers, with his trademark moustache and buttonhole flower, is a fixture in people’s lives after 31 years as an Omaha television meteorologist. This husband and father of two has invested himself in the […]

Gridiron Hero Becomes Mentor and Coach

Posted In: Lifestyle, Nonprofit, Omaha Magazine, People, Sports

What former Nebraska Cornhusker Steven Warren remembers most from his days playing football is not a particular game or plays, but rather the camaraderie among his teammates—along with key tenants such as persistence, integrity, and […]

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