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Searching for Latte in North O

We drove north along 72nd Street headed to Ames Avenue where we took a right and sped into the heart of North Omaha on a sunny Sunday afternoon. The purpose: To snap photographs of a building just listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

It being 3 p.m., we both felt a jolt of coffee was in order. There is no better pick-me-up than a cold latte on a warm afternoon. I took out my trusty iPhone in an...

Whole Foods a Game-changer

If you were watching game one of the World Series and paying attention, you had to be shocked. Shocked, not because “Big Game” James Shields was rocked but because you saw a commercial in some ways as monumental as the famous 1984 Macintosh Super Bowl advert. Whole Foods Market has gone big time.

For the first time ever, the leading grocery store chain specializing in organic, real, local-ish, and “natural” food...

High flying McNary a big part of Creighton volleyball success

Leah McNary has been there for much of Creighton volleyball's ascendancy from weak little sister program in the shadow of Big Red to all-grown-up competitor holding its own.

"It's exciting being a part of a process of building a program," she says. "We've progressed a long way. I think we are up there with them (Nebraska) now."

The Florida native came to Omaha after only three years of serious volleyball...

The struggles of single moms the subject of film and discussion

In the Gloria Gaynor anthem "I Will Survive" a woman declares her personal autonomy. Not needing to find validation in another is a liberating thing worth celebrating in song. 

Life imitates art whenever a poor single mother breaks free of the shackles of fear, self-doubt and shame that hold her back, say women who've been there and now help others out of that trap. 

Ericka Guinan was a single mom trapped in a...

Viagra and the Innocent Age

I do not consider myself a prude. I've seen and written about a plethora of offensive things over the years with a "damn the torpedoes" attitude toward anyone who might cringe in disgust. But even I find the new series of commercials for Viagra being shown during the American League Championship Series (i.e, baseball playoffs) to be embarrassing and odd.

The spots feature a blond cougar with a British accent...

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