In Lincoln's Haymarket district, will more venues mean more visitors?

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Posted: Sunday, October 6, 2013 12:00 am

Lincoln's historic Haymarket district, once a few blocks of shops and restaurants, has exploded.

First came Pinnacle Bank Arena, a beacon of shiny silver on the north side of the Haymarket. Then came more brick buildings, popping up where empty lots and railroad tracks used to be. And now, Husker fans flood the area, called The Railyard and Canopy Street, on Saturdays, drinking beer and dining, and concertgoers stroll around looking for something to do before and after big arena shows.

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