Back to School | October 2019 Ethics Column | Omaha Magazine

West and East, Two Values as One

November 20, 2019 · Posted In: Business, Opinion

Humanities Nebraska has a mission to ensure that humanities experiences are available across the state, from west to east, and everywhere in between. I sit on the Humanities Nebraska governing board. One recent meeting was […]

Keith Backsen

Give the Gift of Omaha this Holiday

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

The Omaha Daily Bee, one of the city’s earliest newspapers, printed a story in 1889 reminiscing about Christmas in 1854 in Omaha. One of the people the paper interviewed remembered the general store located on […]

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November/December 2019 Instagram

November 18, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Social Media

These nine images are featured in our November issue. Click on the photos to view the contributors’ Instagram accounts. Include the hashtag #OmahaMagazine with your Instagram photos to be featured in the next issue of […]

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How Deep Do Cabbage Roots Reach?

November 4, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Opinion

I like cabbage. I don’t love cabbage, but I like it. I like cabbage coleslaw. I don’t like the sour, vinegar-type slaw. I like the sweet, creamy variety, and don’t get me started about the […]

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One Thing I Know

September 26, 2019 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Opinion

Cur pullum ad transire via? (Why did the chicken cross the road?) Not easy to answer, don’t you agree? It’s a simple question on its face, but with so many deep implications. Not a concept […]

Back to School | October 2019 Ethics Column | Omaha Magazine

Back to School

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Ethics, Opinion, People

It’s in the air. You can feel it. Fall is upon us. The temperature has cooled down. Sunsets are golden. The last blast of summer, with hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill, was the […]

Keith Backsen

Tourism Builds Better Neighborhoods

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion, People

Last year, 465 billion U.S. residents traveled for business or leisure. Like most travelers, they wanted to experience something authentic—something they could get only in that particular city. Visitors often want to eat in popular […]

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Art, Architecture, and A Historic Treasure

Posted In: B2B Magazine, In the Office

The historic building known as the Omaha Building and home of Kutak Rock is dwarfed by surrounding structures, including the Woodmen Tower, Central Park Tower and the First National Bank building. But when it rose […]

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Breaking Down Barriers to Care

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Leaders

Ask Karen Daneu about her role as executive director of Susan G. Komen Great Plains and she diverts the conversation back to the work done by others in this driven organization. Komen Great Plains is […]

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Calling Games, Calling to Kids

Posted In: B2B Magazine, People On the Rise

You matter. Permanent words in permanent ink. Thousands of miles, and hundreds of microphones, and those three syllables have yet to fade for Kyler Erickson, the 26-year-old UNO graduate who has taken those indelible words […]