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Husker football, college museums and a booming Haymarket district entertain visitors in the state capital.
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Even in this era of Google Reader and text alerts blasting headlines at us throughout the day, you still sometimes get your news via your parents calling on the...

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A lot of us these days are curious not just about what we eat, but about who produces it. Farmers markets are like a family reunion where we get together to shake...

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The fun of the increasingly popular “secret supper” movement lies in the old “What’s for dinner?” question. As in, no one will tell you. You buy a ticket without...

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The state university (broken into city and east campuses) and the lively Haymarket District energize Nebraska’s capital (population: 258,000).
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Unplug from the modern everyday on a nostalgic, kitschy, friendlier-than-a-front-porch run down the Midwest stretch of Route 66.
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Visit Boys Town, learn about pioneers and see the Midwest's version of Stonehenge. It's all free in Nebraska!