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Homegrown Apps

July 25, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

Everyone knows “There’s an app for that.” After all, with 2.1 million apps and counting available at Google Play Store, every conceivable idea should be covered. But as Carina Glover and Kate Shannon have discovered, […]

Vicki Graeve-Cunningham | Providing Skilled Labor | Omaha Magazine

Thriving at Providing Skilled Labor and Job Satisfaction

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Leaders

Vicki Graeve-Cunningham wanted to practice medicine, helping people heal through skills as a doctor. While working toward a bioscience degree at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, she took a project management class, which started […]

comic books from Andrew Sigerson's collection

Andrew Sigerson’s Menagerie

Posted In: B2B Magazine, In the Office

The term “legacy” in law firm Legacy Design Strategies is about more than leaving one’s own legacy. A glance at the framed images on the wall reveals pieces of American history. A closer look reveals […]

Back to School | October 2019 Ethics Column | Omaha Magazine

What Would Happen to Our Legacies?

July 18, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Ethics

How good would others consider us to be if our private thoughts and conversations were made public? Take the article about then-presidential-candidate Jimmy Carter in Playboy that rocked the world in 1976. In the article, […]

Keith Backsen

Legacy Restaurants Make Omaha Worth a Visit

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Opinion

Omaha Restaurant Week is Sept. 14-23. It’s a great time to dine out and see why Omaha’s reputation as a foodie destination continues to grow. Last year, stories about the city’s culinary scene appeared in […]

From left Matthew Stoysich and Ken Stoysich

Putting Meat on Omahans’ Bones

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

Food, especially meat, is big business in this state. Nebraska has been called “the beef state” (even adopting that slogan for 1950s and 1960s license plates) for good reason; it consistently ranks as one of […]

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Ars Gratia Artis

June 13, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Opinion

“I don’t know art, but I know what I like.” That’s an old maxim that originated with Monty Python, or Archie Bunker, or Will Rogers, or Mark Twain, or North Carolina Sen. Jesse “liberals are […]

City Councilman Ben Gray in office

Ben Gray

May 28, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Leaders

Ben Gray won’t stop. He has served nearly 10 years on the Omaha City Council (and is currently the president), is the sharpest critic of Omaha’s absentee landlords, and a well-known advocate for his home […]

Quentin Lueninghoener at Hanscom Park Studio

Designing a Dream Studio Into a Reality

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 […]

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 […]