75 Years at the CWS

75 Years at the CWS

June 19, 2019 · Posted In: Online Exclusive, Sports

Growing up in and around Omaha, going to the College World Series in the summer is an essential rite of passage, whether you particularly enjoy baseball or not. Most people go when it works with […]

Omaha Fashion Week 2019

Omaha Fashion Week 2019

March 4, 2019 · Posted In: Entertainment, Events, Online Exclusive

Omaha Fashion Week has grown into the nation’s fifth largest fashion event, showcasing designers’ work from across the Midwest. They hosted their Spring 2019 runway fashion show February 25-March 2nd. The week kicked off with […]

It’s a slammin’ Easter weekend

March 29, 2018 · Posted In: Entertainment, Online Exclusive, Weekend Picks

Subscribe to this free weekly newsletter here. Pick of the Week—Easter Weekend! Friday, March 10-Sunday, April 1: It’s heeeeere! The resurrection of brightly colored eggs and ridiculously cute bunnies is happening now. And there are too […]

Drop It Like It’s…Eggs?

March 22, 2018 · Posted In: Events, Online Exclusive, Weekend Picks

Subscribe to this free weekly newsletter here. Pick of the Week—Saturday, March 24: It’s raining eggs this weekend! Well, kind of. There will be eggs dropping from a helicopter at the Easter Egg Drop at Brookside […]

It’s Not All About You, St. Pat!

March 15, 2018 · Posted In: Online Exclusive, Weekend Picks

Subscribe to this free weekly newsletter here. Pick of the Week—Friday, March 16: A free performance of African Body, Soul, & MVMNT: A Window Into the Past is happening this Friday night at the Hi-Fi House. […]

DACA and Omaha Identity

December 12, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Online Exclusive

In the aftermath of President Donald Trump’s Sept. 5 announcement to terminate Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, local Omaha DACA recipients, former DACA recipients, and applicants to DACA shared their stories with Omaha Magazine.   […]

Ralston Fourth of July Volunteer

July 19, 2017 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Online Exclusive

Ralston, Omaha’s neighbor just south of Q Street, has a population of less than 7,300 for 364 days a year.  On Independence Day, the town’s Fourth of July celebration brings in approximately 40,000 people for […]

New Agriculture Program Aimed at Youth

April 12, 2017 · Posted In: Health, Nutrition, Online Exclusive

People are increasingly moving away from farms and into suburban areas and cities, but a need for farming still exists. USDA Deputy Undersecretary Ann Bartuska and Rep. Don Bacon toured the Omaha Home for Boys’ […]

A Linguistic Sea Change Across Indian Country

August 30, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Online Exclusive, People

Although I am a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, my first language from my earliest years has been English. My father was […]

Laura Burhenn

September 11, 2015 · Posted In: Entertainment, Music, Online Exclusive

There’s a lyrical tradition that seems to stem from popular songs titled “Omaha.” It’s a tradition that often involves the personification of the flyover city as a dependable friend or even a former lover waiting […]