The furniture makers aren't just on trend - they're ahead of it.
Riders will spend almost 90 percent of the ride on gravel. Riders will pedal through scenic Carter Canyon and ride on the slopes of the Wildcat Hills south of Gering. The race will offer prizes of up to $300 and is expected to take four to seven hours to complete.
Riders still have to pedal electric bicycles, but the motor gives them a boost, especially on hills or against strong wind. Bill Moore, 68, is working to get more people on electric bicycles — particularly people of his generation.
Leonard Brown joined the bindery in 1990 and became owner in 2007, taking over for his father, Robert, who had run it since the 1970s. Robert's own father bought the shop in 1953. Although the shop's owners have changed over the years, the book-binding process itself hasn't changed much through the centuries.
Each takes about seven or eight hours to complete, as Rajaena Appleby selects and arranges feathers — “It’s very relaxing for me,” she said — before eventually gluing them into place.
Throughout August, Stuart Chittenden set up on sidewalks and in coffee shops and at libraries across the state. He invited people to sit and talk. And he listened.
Violinist Vernal Richardson came to Nebraska from Maryland last year to see the Omaha Symphony’s annual Christmas extravaganza.
An Omaha couple have hosted tour groups to Ghana, where the husband is originally from, every other year since 2011. It's part of their program Back to Our Roots — A Journey to the Motherland.
Gregarious showman brings industry experience and love of family to Taste of Home.
Recipe love doesn't get much better than Grandma Elsie's Swedish Cinnamon Rolls.
Miranda McQuillan’s love affair with cheese began in the most appropriate place: France.
What you should know about high-flying Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
Art comes in many forms.
Meet a handful of creators working in as many mediums.
At 62, ‘pole vaulting granny’ keeps on movin' and playin’ like a kid.
Just wait until you see the treasure inside.
Lunch tote perfected, craftsman carries his passion.
Being themselves pays off for trio behind popular online boutique.
Give architectural designer Wallace Cunningham an expansive sky and a dramatic landscape with a commanding view, and he’ll leave you breathless.
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 lu…
For nearly half a century, Cedric Hartman has turned out small editions of arguably the most exquisite and coveted lighting fixtures in the world. Largely unknown to Omahans, he has done it from a warehouse factory in the Old Market.
Bask in the limelight? Not a chance.
As a new arts season unfolds, we introduce you to five local artists whose personal styles are as varied as their art forms.
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.
America's supermodel-turned-super-mogul chats about loyalty, sweatshops and valued Omaha connections.
Welcome to 'Kooserville,' poetic stomping grounds.
Meet Ted Kooser, fascinating observer of life and collector of silk flowers.