Remembering Tom Rudloff

May 31, 2016 · Posted In: Business, Business Profiles, Web Exclusive

The Antiquarium was an Omaha literary icon. Tom Rudloff made it possible. From his chair at the front of his Old Market bookshop, Rudloff inspired generations of Omaha readers, artists, and thinkers. Rudloff passed away […]

Combining Soccer, Golf, and Fun

May 27, 2016 · Posted In: Education, Family, HerFamily, Publications

May is the perfect season to hit the golf course. The average high temperatures are in the 70s and the wind tends to stick to no more than a breeze. This would be a good […]

Field Club Historic District

Posted In: Central Omaha, Home, Neighborhoods

Lined with stately manors and trees planted nearly a century ago, the boulevards of the Field Club Historic District evoke the kind of old-fashioned, small-town charm that would have Bing Crosby and Bob Hope singing […]

Al Fresco Fever

Posted In: Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine, Publications, Restaurants

The stars and seasons have aligned, giving you free time on a beautiful day. Birds chirp, parks bustle, flowers bloom. Eager to enjoy a cage-free couple of hours, you urgently text friends from your desk: […]

grassland and sky

Irish in Omaha

Posted In: Encounter, Publications

It’s impossible to tell the early story of Omaha without discussing its residents of Irish ancestry. Sadly, Omaha’s first Irish neighborhood, located just south of Florence, was called Gophertown. It derived its name from the […]

Therapy Through Nature

May 26, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

Carl Bicskei, 52, a major in the Army Reserve in his 32nd year in service, is a big believer in the importance of being outdoors. “I’ve enjoyed the outdoors since I was a kid,” he […]

Memories, Tradition, and Families

Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Lifestyle, People, Publications

World War II ended 70 years ago, but Myron Roker still feels the pain of battle. He served with 324th Infantry Regiment of the 44th Infantry Division on VE Day. The 93-year-old now lives in […]

Finally—A Final Resting Place for Veterans

May 25, 2016 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Publications

It’s a long way from the early days of post-communist Ukraine to the silent, rolling hills of Sarpy County. Today, Cindy Van Bibber is back in her native state, creating the Omaha National Cemetery southeast […]

Omaha Children’s Museum

May 23, 2016 · Posted In: Education, Family, HerFamily, Publications

This year, the Omaha Children’s Museum celebrates 40 years of bringing joy, education, and imagination to Omaha youth. The museum has come a long way in 40 years, from starting out in the back of […]

A Functional Lake House

May 20, 2016 · Posted In: At Home, Home, OmahaHome, Publications

Erin and Steve Albers always envisioned building a lake house “someday,” and three years after making that dream a reality—they say their Valley home has proven to be everything they hoped for.   “Living on a […]