At Grandpa Snazzy's Theatrical Rentals, an eclectic cache of hundreds of stage props — antique phones, a coffin, an Egyptian mummy case, an antique gas pump, a tiered birthday cake with electric candles, a guillotine — has been squirreled away in spare nooks and crannies.
One great characteristic of many Americans is that we work hard. Unfortunately, for all the time we spend trying to make the money, many of us don’t put the necessary amount of time into the savings and wise management of that money.
"Cowles' Scrimmage Anthology" is an original play that combines theater, the history of Cowles' storied field and live baseball. You can see it at 7:05 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Omaha's Brown Park, 16th and U Streets.
Since my children were babies, we started swim lessons. My son is 3 and has been going since he was 9 months old. We tell people that we want him to be a strong swimmer and be able to swim independently at a young age. But that’s not really why we do it.
Dog Gone Problems is a weekly advice column on momaha.com by David Codr, a dog behaviorist in Omaha. David answers dog behavior questions submitted by our readers. Submit your questions by emailing email@example.com
The last time we were in Omaha, I let my mom babysit my 2-year old son Ethan so I can run errands for my sister's wedding. When I returned, she told me Ethan kept pushing other kids. Knowing my sweet shy boy I asked my mom if she was sure. She said "yes."
“The Meaning of Names,” a Nebraska-set novel with a World War I backdrop, follows a German-American woman trying to keep her family safe from anti-German sentiment, influenza panic and various other hardships in 1918.