Ken Stoysich

August 26, 2016 · Posted In: Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

Ken Stoysich can tell a lot about a person based on what type of meat they request while standing at his counter. “When someone asks for a tri-tip steak, I ask them what part of […]

Living Green

Posted In: Central Omaha, Neighborhoods, OmahaHome, Publications

When Les and Ce Ann Zanotti built a house in Glen Oaks Estates (south of 99th Street and West Center Road) in 1972, the couple—from Iowa and Missouri, respectively—had only lived in Nebraska for a […]

Cinnamon Apple Chips

Posted In: FamilyGuide, Food & Drink, Publications, Recipes

Fall treats can be healthy. Try these delicious apple crisps for a sweet after-school snack made of fresh fruit. The kids will keep coming back for more. Find more great recipes at The Healthy […]

The Robo Wonder-Kid

Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

Collin Kauth-­Fisher believes that nerds will win in the end. The self-described nerd and recent Millard West grad is accustomed to winning, especially when it comes to robotics. The 18-year-old has won national accolades for […]

Omaha Defies “Housing Trilemma” Trade-Off

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Business Profiles, Publications

If the top 100 cities in the U.S. comprise a family awash in drama and competition, then Omaha is the kid sibling everyone keeps forgetting about. When discussed at the national dinner table (if at […]

A Little Black Berry Farm

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

These days, countless products claim to slow the process of aging and avert health concerns. What if the solution was as simple as a little black berry? Kurt and Tina Geschwender think that may just […]

Riverfront Redevelopment Plans

Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Lifestyle, Publications

North America’s longest river is receiving lots of local attention—and not just because of all the Pokémon in the vicinity. Omaha’s Old Market is the place to be for players of the successful augmented reality […]

Bustin’ Chops, Sweatin’ Bulls

Posted In: Encounter, Entertainment, Publications, Sports

Jim and Emily Codr are the parents of four children ages 5 to 9, so they trek downtown often to enjoy attractions like the giant slides at the Gene Leahy Mall, the train exhibits at […]

Cirque de Amateur

Posted In: Entertainment, Omaha Magazine, Publications, Theatre

The term “amateur” gets a bad rap. While suggesting a lack of skill, the word actually comes from the Latin “amator” or “lover.” An amateur is someone who does what they do for the love […]

The Nebraska Independent Colleges Foundation

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders, Publications

Nebraska Independent Colleges Foundation (NICF) President James Johnson Ph.D. is used to change. Dr. Johnson, his wife, Lesa, and his Harley-Davidson moved to Omaha four years ago, after serving respected stints at a handful of […]