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Back to school fashion trends for students of all ages

Soon, playgrounds, hallways and classrooms will be filling up again. The first day back at school is a rare chance to make a first impression. We asked fashion experts to outline this year’s trends to give you or your kid a chance at being the best-dressed this school year.

No longer a nomad, Lincoln artist finds new life in discarded items

Throughout August, art and ego will be on display at the Robert Henri Museum in Cozad, where Kjell Cronn, a former World-Herald copy editor, will be the month’s visiting artist.

Embracing her African heritage 
helps young designer's work stand out

Seventeen-year-old fashion designer Elda Doamekpo used to be ashamed of her African origins, but next month, she…

The Dish

Get cooking with ingredients as fresh as summer itself.

Sand Hills Chic

Timeless kitchen tools.

Embrace the Detours

Snow in May? Summer styled shoot goes on around it.

SMALL SPACES, BIG STYLE

Urban Digs

For tenants, these downtown Omaha dwellings are too beautiful to leave.

The Vagabond

Sometimes, a girl just needs to do a little soul searching. 

Sweetly Authentic

Researching and writing “A Culinary History of the Nebraska Sand Hills: Recipes and Recollections From Prairie Kitchens” uncovered a common theme in Sand Hills kitchens: Every ingredient or recipe pulled double-duty.

A Close-up with Kathy Ireland

America's supermodel-turned-super-mogul chats about loyalty, sweatshops and valued Omaha connections.

Forgo the distance with these summer road trip ideas

If you want to tap into your inner pioneer, witness wildlife through a different lens or experience a little taste of northern Europe, you don’t have to stray too far away from home.

Vintage items can sometimes lead to a deal with the ‘Toy Scout’

Joel Magee, the “Toy Scout,” set up shop at the Courtyard Marriott at Aksarben Village on Monday, entertaining, delighting and sometimes disappointing a seemingly unending line of visitors. At any given time, about a dozen people clustered inside the small meeting room to find out how much the old toys and games they’d dug out of the garage or basement might fetch.

HDR pulls out the color wheel, dials up a stimulating workplace palette

Employees at HDR Architecture in Omaha are getting a happy rush from a workspace redesign that’s lifting moods, stimulating creativity and fostering collaboration in new and exciting ways.


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