Steve Rodie, 61, overhauled the front yard of his Morton Meadows home starting in 2004. His experiment: How best to balance sustainability with aesthetic to create a smart, efficient yard without ticking off the neighbors.
With no knowledge of the history behind the late-19th-century British-style home on Mercer Park Road, Carrie Derrick, an interior designer, purchased it in December, intending to renovate and resell it.
As the massive Czech restaurant prepares to close its doors after 92 years, Kathy Preininger, 79, is its longest-tenured employee at 50 years. Gerry Coufal, 81, is right behind her, logging 49 years of service.
Small dwellings have become a viable option for young adults who either can’t afford or don’t want larger spaces, and for empty nesters looking to downsize. So how does one make the best use of such bitty spaces?
While there are scores of versatile nut trees, the most commonly grown include almonds, walnuts, pistachios, hazelnuts, chestnuts, pecans, butternuts, macadamia and hickory nuts.
The brick building in downtown Elkhorn must have caught the eye of Tyler Curnes’ grandfather decades ago when he stopped there to fill up his gas tank. It must have captured the imagination of Curnes’ parents, years later, when they sought in vain to buy it.
It’s nearly that time of year when gardeners think of spring — of planting bulbs that are going to bloom then.
If you love butterflies, you need asters in your autumn garden.
For Vanessa Barrett, life is one glorious treasure hunt.
Tim Guthrie also created other tributes to his wife, Beth, to memorialize her in a loving, lasting way.
Fresh, dried or as jam, figs are full of flavor
The family, which also was looking for a new home that felt old, found its perfect place in an Elkhorn subdivision fittingly called Sanctuary, where 100-year-old bur oaks nestle among scenic rolling hills.
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The project, which includes video, photographs and a new cookbook, is the brainchild of Brad Iwen, who brought 11 chefs to his Blackstone District studio to photograph and film each making a recipe that had, in some way, inspired their place in the food world.
Tiny and deer-like, San Clemente Island goats once dominated an island off the coast of California. In the 1980s, the Navy was called in to reduce the goat population by sniping them from helicopters. Instead, a nonprofit trapped the goats and brought them to the mainland, and eventually, th…
When I’m watering pots filled with blooming calibrachoas, I’m grateful for the rainwater saved in a rain barrel to use for the job. I’m equally thankful for this stored supply of rainwater when the blueberry plants need a drink.
Plant that ‘conjures up elves in the forest’ offers year-round color and a variety of textures
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Christina Narwicz's 1,800-square-foot South Omaha live-work space, which was built in 1927 and originally housed a barbershop on one side and Rotella’s Italian Bakery on the other, is nestled on an industrial stretch of road less than a mile from the Old Market.
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This is a love story about an oven. And a couple. And great artisan bread. Fort Calhoun's Stick & Stone Bakery brings a little bit of France to Nebraska.
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