At the Heart of St. Matthew

November 15, 2016 · Posted In: Education, Family, FamilyGuide

“When I see a student no longer having to struggle to read or do a math problem—that is why I teach. They take so much pride in them-selves when they become independent in their thinking.” […]

George Behringer

January 19, 2016 · Posted In: Business, Leaders

When George Behringer retired as a certified public accountant from PricewaterhouseCoopers 13 years ago, he had no idea that he’d end up busier than when he was working full-time. As Honorary Consul General of Japan […]

Hazy Shades of Winter

January 15, 2016 · Posted In: At Home, Home, OmahaHome, Publications

The greys and whites of winter do not bother Dr. Christian Bessmer and his wife, Gina. In fact, they designed their home around the color (or is that color-less?) scheme. Their story is colorful. They […]

Lucile’s Old Market

November 19, 2015 · Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Lifestyle, Publications

Many walk right by the iron gate while strolling to the restaurants and shops of the Old Market, never knowing the secret treasures found beyond its locked entrance. No flashy sign, no hours of operation, […]

Nancy Beal Meyer

October 26, 2015 · Posted In: Art, Education, Family, HerFamily, Lifestyle, Publications

When the other little girls in Nancy Beal Meyer’s third grade class were coloring and making crafts, Beal Meyer was begging her mother for an opportunity to learn about art. Not the art from her […]

I Lost on Jeopardy.

June 8, 2015 · Posted In: Education, Family, HerFamily, People, Publications

This article originally published in June 2015 Her Family. It was a big day in Chris Grinvalds’ life when Jeopardy came back on the air in 1984 after a nine-year hiatus. Every day at his […]