All cities breathe and change, sometimes with two steps forward, one step back. The World-Herald's annual special section looks at Omaha's progress the past 50 years.   

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See what Omaha could look like in 2040 and how past events shaped its history.

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People of all types live in Omaha, from construction workers who have found a home at an RV park to baby boomers who are anything but retired.

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Check out the changing world of medicine or catch up with an Omaha icon who is going strong at 97.

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Sara Joslyn's memorial to her husband was the spark for Omaha's cultural future. Now, there are all kinds of options in the arts.

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The trades have become more of a focus and you can meet young people who are forging their own paths. Or explore Nebraska with "The Better Half."

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