Tag: August 2017

Grace Hanson — Little Entrepreneur, Big Heart

Entrepreneurship often begins at an early age and with a simple idea. Baking cupcakes was an activity that eight-year-old Grace Hanson initially did for fun, but then she decided she wanted to sell them to friends and neighbors. With the help of her mother, Liz, who built a portable cupcake […]

Omaha Farmers Market vendors make for memorable dining in-home and out

Every Sunday morning from May to October at 9am a bell signals the opening of the Omaha Farmers Market in Aksarben Village. Lines form in front of vendors’ tents with the early birds hoping to get first pick of fresh produce, meat, eggs, and cheese among other delicacies. With attendance […]

Pure Elegance

If you live in West Omaha, you’re probably familiar with the home on the northeast corner of 192nd and Harrison Streets that was once Sunny Slope School. The two-building home connected by a spectacular courtyard has a history as rich and unique as the stunning décor that sets it apart […]

Elkhorn Training Camp provides a premier facility for West Omaha athletes

Athletics in West Omaha have grown at such a rapid rate, indoor training space had become nearly impossible to find. Local entrepreneurs Mike Alessandro and Max Fearnow not only recognized the problem and decided to find space for an indoor facility in West Omaha, but they went a step further […]

Fresh Fare

Omaha Farmers Market vendors make for memorable dining in-home and out Photos by Christopher Tierney Every Sunday morning from May to October at 9am a bell signals the opening of the Omaha Farmers Market in Aksarben Village. Lines form in front of vendors’ tents with the early birds hoping to […]

Passion Projects

Local children’s book authors pursue their passion for kids Photos by Christopher Tierney   “Build a Better Community.” These words are displayed all over Sump Memorial Library in Papillion. That is exactly what Omaha local authors Stacey and Phil Haussler, Kathy Rygg, and Bruce Arant are doing. Bruce Arant is […]