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The storefront of SturFast, a local Caribbean and African Grill in downtown Lincoln.

With restrictions lifting, Lincoln is seeing new local restaurants open

The COVID-19 pandemic put strains on Lincoln restaurants, but as restrictions lifted, a majority of new restaurants that opened are locally owned. The trend...
Hockey team

Lincoln Renegade Hockey provides opportunity to play competitive sports for all ages

Racing down the rink with the clock running down at the hockey, the center receives the initial pass and skips it between two defenders...

Coffee on wheels: Mobile trucks in Lincoln keep residents caffeinated

Business owners are taking to the streets to bring coffee to the Lincoln community in mobile trucks.  Bradley Jenson, owner of The Chocolate Season, a...
Image of Adam Morfeld smiling

Morfeld reflects as his time in the legislature draws to a close

Sen. Adam Morfeld of Lincoln has been very busy in the last year of his term in the Nebraska State Legislature. His schedule includes...
A concrete bench with metal bars across it

Petition circulating to remove ‘hostile architecture’ from downtown Lincoln

Micheal Reinmiller of Lincoln created a petition with the goal for the city to remove specific architectural pieces downtown, including metal pieces on concrete...

UNL alumna turned clay jewelry hobby into a small business

What started as a hobby became a successful small business for a University of Nebraska-Lincoln alumna.  Sugarstem, which specializes in hand-made jewelry, has taken off...
Image of a lady petting a dog

Nebraska’s first, only dog bar celebrates first year open, looks to add locations

A dog walks into a bar and, well, is greeted by name — but only at Nebraska’s first and only dog park and bar...
Knobeloch sits in her house next to her fireplace.

Two Lincoln women work to share options for women’s fertility health

When Christine Cremer was a D1 track and cross country athlete at Santa Clara University she suffered several stress fractures during her athletic career....
Jason Levine outside of Jason's Levine

New apprentice program to help underserved Lincoln residents get back in workforce

Jason’s Heart is a new non-profit in Lincoln that focuses on bringing underserved populations back into the workforce through a year-long, paid apprenticeship.  Jason’s Heart...
Exterior of Pepe's Bistro

Burritos for better: Lincoln bistro raises money for family who lost house in fire

By Lauren Dietrich and Haley Elder On Sunday, March 27, Pepe's Bistro had customers in and out of its doors all day, yet the business...