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Summer lovin': ideas for the date outdoors

We don’t know about you, but we think dinner and a movie has gotten a bit stale.

Here's the deal with those odd triangle structures around the Old Market

You may be wondering about that strange little structure of mostly blue, green and white triangles across the street from the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in the Old Market.

Antique doorknobs stolen from Joslyn Castle

Omaha’s historic Joslyn Castle has seen its share of visitors this spring and summer — including a thief.

When shopping for junk, consider 'what it could become’

The possibilities at salvage shops, flea markets, antique shops and secondhand stores are endless. “You can repurpose practically anything,” says one interior design expert.

Get to know: Mechanical skills often put
 in play as Blue Barn volunteer

Every theater needs an Albert Marcault.

40 off-the-beaten-path things to do in Omaha

Be they old or new, plenty of cool places offer fun things to do and things to see across the metro area.

For College World Series, stop at Zesto remains 'just the thing to do'

Although it has moved and downsized to just a window, the restaurant is still a traditional haunt for College World Series fans.

Win tickets and $100 to Junkstock

Three days of peace, love, music and junk.

CWS food review: Classics turned trendy at TD Ameritrade Park

At the College World Series, we can have our nachos topped with Buffalo pulled chicken and black beans, or our dog slathered in an avocado cream and bacon bits. 

Outside TD Ameritrade, a revolving door of food trucks for CWS fans

The city will allow three food trucks to park in the lot, and the lineup will include at least four that will rotate: Island Seasons, Scotty’s Go-Go Grill, 402 BBQ and the Mosaic Pickle. 

From classic to custom: Inside the cocktail menu changes at V. Mertz

If you sit down at the bar at V. Mertz, expect more than scotch on the rocks or a glass of wine.

Now 300 modern apartments, old phone company building downtown is a draw for millennials

The Wire opened this month with nearly a third of the 300 units pre-leased, and NuStyle co-owner Todd Heistand said even he was “kind of surprised” at the demand.

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