* Soup is on for this chilly time of year. Soup Revolution’s truck is serving it indoors and Blue Planet Grill is serving it all-you-can-eat. The green restaurant at Aksarben Village is serving bottomless soup each Wednesday through April for $7.29. It rotates its offerings weekly but always serving something for the vegetarians. Visit blueplanetnaturalgrill.com or call 218.4555 for more information. * January is a rough month in the restaurant biz, and 2011 has clocked in its first official restaurant closing. Husker-themed bar/restaurant 94/95 (named to commemorate National Championship years for the football team) closed the first week of the year and its equipment and furniture was auctioned off. The restaurant was about two years old and was co-owned by former Husker player Clester Johnson.


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