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Decorate With Gratitude

Your family will 'thank' you for it.

Hawaii in the Raw

From jungle adventure was on her bucket list.

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A ‘New’ Scene

In a scene straight out of "The Nutcracker," a holiday benefit unfolds for a second year.

SMALL SPACES, BIG STYLE

Lofty Redesign

From 'junky' storage area to inviting retreat.

Omahans, chances are you've seen this artist's work

A stencil of Reggie LeFlore's hand, throwing up a peace sign, covers a building front on Harney Street, just west of 25th Street. Next to it used to be a large portrait of Malcolm X, also stenciled by LeFlore.

Kelly: Lauritzen Gardens' $20M conservatory another 'amazing icon' for Omaha

“They will be welcomed into Nebraska by this really beautiful crystal palace up on a hill, illuminated and shining,” said Spencer Crews, executive director of the botanical center. “And now that we have a conservatory, it will raise our national profile.”

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.

A jungle, an ocean, a skyline: Step into Omaha's most imaginative bedrooms

Some people will go to great lengths to make their kids smile. What kid wouldn’t beam at the sight of a secret passageway?

Luxury Personified

Luxury linen designer Nancy Koltes comes from a long line of textile enthusiasts. But perhaps none was more influential than her ribbon-loving Great-Aunt Eleanor.

Beyond the Taste

Think you don’t like Scotch? Maybe you haven’t tried the right one.

Artful Style

As a new arts season unfolds, we introduce you to five local artists whose personal styles are as varied as their art forms.

A quick getaway

Omahans Sandy and Jeffrey Passer wanted a place where they could steal away for the weekend with relative ease.

Olson Kundig Architects 'Anthology'

At Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects, nature sets the design course. Buildings, in the firm’s vernacular, are like bridges between nature, culture and people.  The ideal took root in the late 1960s with founder Jim Olson, who often observes that “living close to nature is the greatest luxury.” Principal and partner Alan Maskin digs a little deeper in conjunction with the exhibition "Olson Kundig: Anthology" at KANEKO.

Wallace Cunningham: Pushing the Envelope

Give architectural designer Wallace Cunningham an expansive sky and a dramatic landscape with a commanding view, and he’ll leave you breathless.


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