Valentine’s Day deliciousness found at Tekamah’s Master’s Hand

Master’s Hand Candles is one of our favorite stores in the Midwest. It’s a go-to spot when we want to check out seasonal gifts and treats. We met owner Susie Robinson in 2013 when we stopped in for our first visit. Since we have family in Tekamah, it’s become a regular stop when we are […]

UNO’s Trudell lecture series honors brother’s legacy

Our family was honored that the University of Nebraska at Omaha created a guest lecture series in recognition of our brother Johnny. He was a well-known activist, poet and actor. All three facets of his life focused on the same goal – equality for not just Native Americans, but all mistreated people. Native American Studies […]

‘Obsessing’ over Kaneko’s collection in Omaha

Jun Kaneko can be counted on to have impressive exhibits at his gallery in Omaha’s Old Market. Sitting next to a brick street, the gallery at 11th and Jones opens the galleries to a variety of contemporary artists. This time around, though, the artist shares his collection alongside the others. With “Passion and Obsession: From […]

Nebraska at 150: Celebrating Johnny Carson in Norfolk

Editor’s Note: Nebraska celebrates its 150th birthday as a state March 1. As the state observes its sesquicentennial during 2017, we wanted to take a look at Cornhusker state attractions leading up to the celebrations. Today, we take a look back at our Johnny Carson tour in Norfolk… Nebraska has turned out some truly famous […]

Omaha’s Cathedral flower show celebrates Nebraska’s history

Nebraska turns 150 years old in 2017. St. Cecelia Cathedral’s annual flower event showcased several displays related to the state’s history. From Native Americans to Mrs. B, the 32nd annual show intertwined flowers and history. Several Omaha-area florists designed displays that shared information about specific historical events or people. While the historical exhibits are interesting, […]

Filling our 2017 bucket list on ‘National Plan for Vacation Day’

Welcome to “National Plan for Vacation Day.” Jan. 31 has been designated as the day to help people plan their time off for the year. Project Time Off says that people who plan their vacations early in the year actually take time off from work for some recreation. It’s vital that people plan to take time […]

LEGO creatures return to Omaha as Lauritzen Gardens hosts ‘Nature Connects’

Theyyyyyy’re baaaaaack! And worth a trip to Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha. The botanical garden is hosting its third version of “Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks” through May 15. Visitors can take in 14 statues made from LEGO bricks, each related to nature. The sculptures by artist Sean Kenney were created using more than 450,000 […]

Omaha’s My Pie serves pizza fast, ‘your way’

  Omaha has several choices when it comes to a good slice of pizza. What would make someone decide to open a new shop and join the fight for their slice of the action? For Blair Hanover, it was the chance to provide a great pizza made the customer’s way. “Pizza your way” is the […]

Nebraska at 150: Red Cloud is home to Willa Cather and more

Editor’s Note: Nebraska celebrates its 150th birthday as a state March 1. As the state observes its sesquicentennial during 2017, we wanted to take a look at Cornhusker state attractions leading up to the celebrations. Today, we take a look back at Red Cloud, home to Willa Cather and more… Among the quiet flow of […]

Nebraska at 150: Beatrice is site of first American homestead

Editor’s Note: Nebraska celebrates its 150th birthday as a state March 1. As the state observes its sesquicentennial during 2017, we wanted to take a look at Cornhusker state attractions leading up to the celebrations. Today, we take a look back at the first homestead in the United States, in Beatrice… Imagine getting the opportunity […]

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