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Chanell Jaramillo, Ph.D.

Taming the Monkey Mind

November 4, 2019 · Posted In: Health, Omaha Magazine, People

More than a decade ago, few Americans used alternative therapies such as yoga and meditation to treat mental health problems. Today, almost a fifth of the population practices yoga. The term alternative medicine refers to […]

Susan Andrews, Cathi Arnold, Kathy Seidel

Trio of Delight and Service

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Those attending the Nov. 9 Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Gala may notice three longtime volunteers participating in their last gala as members of the Children’s Hospital & Medical Center Friends Board. Cathi Arnold, Susan […]

lighted building in Minden Nebraska

Meet Minden

Posted In: Destinations, Omaha Magazine

The winter months bring more than a flurry of festivities to Minden, a magical Midwestern town known as “Nebraska’s Christmas City.” Those whose travel plans don’t include eight reindeer and a trip to the North […]

Taylor Leigh Jackson Bemis Center

Taylor Jackson

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Taylor Jackson has worked with the best—The Nutcracker, Hamilton, Katy Perry, to name a few. Jackson has worked in stage production for 11-plus years. She often works behind the scenes on shows in Omaha. “My […]

Daisy Hutzell-Rodman 2019 A+C

Editor’s Letter: Happy, SAD, and Everything In Between

Posted In: Omaha Magazine

November and December are happy months for many people. The weather is cooler, and there are major holidays to celebrate. Some people, however, do not enjoy these months, as the sun sets earlier each day, […]

Ellie Pegler at Farine+Four Bakery

Salt, Flour, Water, Support

Posted In: Chefs, Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine

Walking into Farine + Four, the scent of espresso and tiny monsters on the chalkboard menu greet you immediately. On a sunny day, the garage door opens to a patio overlooking Triangle Apartments. Sarah Bohling, […]

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How Deep Do Cabbage Roots Reach?

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 […]

Local Mensa secretary Wes Shaw

Mensa Brings the 2% Together

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, People

Some people enjoy taking examinations. A short quiz, or a longer test, can provide stimulation from boredom and a quick boost of confidence, or motivation to do something better. For those who enjoy such challenges, […]

Mackenzie Dehmer at Omaha Community Playhouse

Stages of Life

Posted In: Omaha Magazine, Theatre

“Every meaningful experience in my life has involved the arts,” recalls Mackenzie Dehmer. Spend even a short time in Dehmer’s presence and it’s quickly evident: a certain joyful enthusiasm is a constant in her busy […]

short ribs from Society 1854

Educated Tastes

Posted In: Food & Drink, Omaha Magazine

After finishing our meal at Sage Student Bistro, my dining partner and I left more than a tip. We left feedback about the experience on a comment card, rating everything from our server’s knowledge of […]