Bing Chen’s home garden Engaging Senses & Slowing Down

Engaging Senses & Slowing Down

June 21, 2019 · Posted In: Home, OmahaHome

Bing Chen, Ph.D., treats visitors to his home graciously, especially when those visitors are there to enjoy his garden. He even provides a walking path to his neighbors’ house for easy access to the trails […]

KANEKO building Big Things in the Big O Arts Scene

Big Things

June 13, 2019 · Posted In: Art, Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine

It is no wonder Omaha’s art scene in 2019 has been collaborative. With many of these 15 featured venues and organizations willing to work together to create transformative, creative experiences for the community, art fans […]

Bob Haney of Heavenly Waffles

Lighter on Waistlines, Heavier for Haney’s Pocketbook

May 23, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Entrepreneurs

Chef Bob Haney tells people that the success of Heavenly Waffles is largely due to the waffle mix being a superior product to anything else on the market. Surely a mix for light, fluffy waffles […]

DNA illustration

Type 2 Diabetes

May 22, 2019 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Health

Everyone knows Type 2 diabetes is caused by bad foods. Everyone also knows you can reverse Type 2 diabetes by eating the right foods if you work hard enough to not give in to temptations. […]

Kane Adkisson's food

Chef Kane Adkisson

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Nebraska can have a pull on people. Consider a young Nebraskan heading out into the world, bright-eyed and ready to experience everything international cuisine has to offer. He travels from one country to another, learning […]

Saltwater aquarium

The Sloans’ Thriving Reef

April 25, 2019 · Posted In: Home Improvement, OmahaHome

Drive past the Sloan residence in Elkhorn and—if your eyes catch a glimpse of the front window, especially in the evening hours—there is a good chance you’ll slow your vehicle or feel compelled to stop […]

Julie Humphrey | Omaha Public Library Reading Program

Julie Humphrey

March 8, 2019 · Posted In: FamilyGuide, People

Julie Humphrey started her career path at age 14 in South Dakota. “I had to volunteer as an assignment for a class. I figured I loved libraries and I loved reading, so I volunteered at […]

Jennifer Bromm at home in Gretna, sitting around kitchen table with her family. From left: Jason (her husband), Chuck Arbaugh (her father), Jennifer with her daughter Bailey, and Cindy Arbaugh (her mother)

Holiday Greetings from a Farmhouse in Gretna, Japan

February 22, 2019 · Posted In: At Home, Home

Gretna native Jennifer Bromm has endured a whirlwind of assignments since joining the Army in 2013. After spending a year in South Korea, she spent three years in Germany and then moved on to Camp […]

Kristen Macdissi with paddleboard

Way, Way Offshore

February 13, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People, Recreation

Kristen Macdissi knows it isn’t easy being a thalassophile (a lover of the sea) in a state that “doesn’t coast.” It’s not the least of her afflictions, though. Macdissi’s love for mountains compelled her to […]

Cake and Destroy’s Elise Fertwagner

Cake and Destroy’s Elise Fertwagner

Posted In: Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine, People

Elise Fertwagner is a bit of a disrupter in the world of artistic baking, particularly in the Omaha area where she is an active member of the pop-up cuisine community (which seems to be rising […]