Michelle Kaiser, MarQ Manner, Becky Grey

Losing Weight, Gaining Perspective

December 31, 2019 · Posted In: Health, Omaha Magazine, People

Fibromyalgia. Fatty liver disease. Seizures. Depression. Raynaud syndrome. Walking pneumonia. These ailments plagued Michelle Kaiser day in and day out for a decade. Even her resting hours were disrupted by back spasms. It was enough […]

Abby Massey, Dusk Goods & Gifts

Businesses in Little Bohemia

November 21, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

“This street is about to go HAM with business.” Zoey Sterba—owner of The Chute, an ethical womenswear boutique in Little Bohemia—isn’t wrong about that. With the opening of several bars and stores, including her own, […]

Matthew Shrader

Shattering the Norm

September 26, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine

From sweating in 100-degree heat to laboring next to a 2,100-degree furnace, it’s all in a day’s work for Matthew Shrader. By day, he’s constantly moving to and fro as a member of Omaha Parks […]

Halloween-house in Aksarben

Enter If You Dare

Posted In: OmahaHome

Antolli Anesi has never been scared of anything. “Except at night when I get up for water,” says the 10-year-old who has enough courage to rival most adults. “Oh, yes. I forgot about the haunting […]

Quentin Lueninghoener at Hanscom Park Studio

Designing a Dream Studio Into a Reality

May 28, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, People On the Rise

Some people begin their work day with a cup of coffee. Others need a run or iron-pumped workout to jump-start the morning. Hanscom Park Studio’s founder, Quentin Lueninghoener, however, only needs some tunage to tune […]

Betni Kalk

Betni Kalk

April 19, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Houses made of leaf shingles and bark tied together by vine. Tattoos created from soot and a rat’s tooth tool. Carved bamboo arrows used to capture prey that then becomes food. Undoubtedly, the culture of […]

Out of the Blue

October 24, 2018 · Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine, People

It all started with a chair. Then another. And another. Eventually, painter Will Anderson had enough chairs for his first solo show (at Petshop Gallery last year in Omaha). Don’t expect to sit back, relax, […]

Tip Top Living in Nodo

September 19, 2018 · Posted In: Neighborhoods, OmahaHome, People

It’s an indisputable fact, according to Scott and Sara Baker. Their apartment north of downtown has the best views in the city, bar none.  With their oversized living room windows offering sights of the Omaha […]

The Ham Ma’am

July 20, 2018 · Posted In: Art, Omaha Magazine

For Ella Weber, her career as a professional artist began where all the greats get their start—bathing in a tub filled with 40 gallons of sprinkles.  After working in a frozen yogurt shop, she was […]

Nyame Brown

May 3, 2018 · Posted In: Art, Encounter, Lifestyle

When Oakland, California, artist Nyame Brown arrived in Omaha for a four-month residency at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Nebraska’s biggest city wasn’t what he expected. No, he wasn’t under the impression we all […]