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Nebraska: Omaha

Friday, December 23, 2011 2:00 AM by Cars TravelFood

By: Kari Young

Omaha is more than just the home of the Oracle of Omaha, billionaire Warren Buffett, and Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting that's famously held here. This city has way more to offer than what you would even venture to think and especially this time of year, Omaha offers that classic American Christmas feeling that will help make this a memorable season.

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Things to Do with Teens in Omaha

Sunday, August 14, 2011 3:00 AM by Single Parent Travel

By: Corrie Oberdin

Because I have a young son, I often focus on what to do with young kids. However, I realize that pre-teens & teenagers aren't going to jump up and down when presented with some of the options I wrote about in "Things to Do in Omaha with the Under-5 Set." After talking to several teens in our family - and dragging my 14-year-old niece around town for in-person feedback - I've compiled a list of places to go that should interest your teenager in Omaha should you come and visit us.

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Our Mini Vacation, Part Two

Thursday, June 9, 2011 3:00 AM by Heavenly Homemakers

By: Laura

The first day of our mini-vacation was spent at the Durham Museum, Red Mango and our hotel swimming pool. The next day, we headed to the Henry Doorly Zoo, truly one of the best zoos in the U.S.

I will say that our day at the zoo wasn't perfect, but that was due to the 101 degree heat that threatened to do us in a time or two, which of course wasn't the zoo's fault. And thankfully, there were some lovely air conditioned areas we took full advantage of!

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Five Offbeat Things to Do & See in Omaha

Tuesday, March 1, 2011 2:00 AM by Got Saga

By: Corrie Oberdin

When most people think of Omaha, they think of the Henry Doorly Zoo, the College World Series and steak. What they don't realize is that Omaha is also ripe with fun offbeat things to do and see that don't involve fuzzy animals, baseball or beef. As a transplant to Omaha from the East Coast, I learned this through five years of exploring and listening to long time residents. Here are five of my favorite offbeat things to see and do in Omaha: