Too Soon?

October 6, 2014 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Parenting, Publications

At what age did you first think it was entertaining to have a seven-foot-tall psychopath in a hockey mask leap out in front of you wielding a shrieking, smoke-belching 80cc chainsaw? Six? College age? Never? […]

Bohemian Rhapsody

Posted In: Entertainment, Online Exclusive, Theatre

Thunderous applause ushered in Ballet Nebraska’s fifth season when the blood-red Orpheum curtain dropped on the company’s beautifully staged production of the hauntingly macabre Giselle. The classic work first staged in 1841 was a perfectly […]

From Stage to Page

Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

After 28 years directing one of the nation’s top youth theaters, James Larson knows how cats talk. They tend to be a bit snooty. They certainly like to think they’re smarter than your average talking […]

The $5 Fire Pit

October 5, 2014 · Posted In: DIY Project, Home, OmahaHome

My quest for fire began with a quick perusal of Craigslist. Nothing free that day, but in the “materials” section, I found limestone offered for essentially free: “$10 a truckload.” My mostly shelled-out 1997 Chevy […]


October 4, 2014 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

In the last issue of this magazine we explored the notion of B4B, the idea that the relationship between businesses doing business with each other is markedly improved when it is interactive and supportive, rather […]

Historic Buildings of the Old Market

October 3, 2014 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Places

At the end of the 19th century, Omaha was in its prime as a major railroad center, connecting the settled East with the wide-open West. The Old Market area was at the height of its […]

Amy Lynn

October 1, 2014 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

Amy Lynn is a hardcore DIY-er. Not in the “weekend scrapbook warrior” type of way, but in the “I may not know right now, but I’ll figure it out” sense. A passion sparked by the […]

Big Mama, Bigger Heart

The Brand Brief

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion, Publications, Uncategorized

Depending upon which study, source, anecdote, or observation you wish to rely, the average American’s attention span averages six to nine seconds. (So the fact that you’re even reading this sentence means you are—rejoice—above average). […]

Lisa Tosone