Tag: February 2018

The ‘Write’ Plan

A column on estate and financial planning for everyone This is the final part of a six-part series examining estate planning needs that coincide with life’s milestones. If you’ve made the decision to separate from or divorce your spouse, there are many things that you need to address, and estate […]

4 Features of the Sports Activity Vehicle

In partnership with H&H Premier Automotive Live your independence. Drive your passion. Seize any reason for adventure – and accept no compromises along the way. The popular Sports Activity Vehicle® is reborn in the all-new X3 xDrive30i and X3 M40i. Comfortable interiors, powerful engines, and intuitive controls come together in […]

On Trend

Highpoint, North Carolina, has long been heralded as the Furniture Capital of the World, with its robust manufacturing tradition, and it’s hosting of the twice-annual International Furnishings Market. Interiors Joan and Associates sends a team of designers to Market, once in the fall and once in the spring, to learn […]

Personalized Indulgence

Dining out is about more than just great food. The experience is often what makes the difference. This is especially true in a city where quality steak is readily available. What makes a restaurant standout is attention to detail—both in how that steak is prepared and served, but also the […]

Lasting Legacy

Approximately 4 million Baby Boomers own their own business in the U.S., according to local business broker ExitBig. As those owners retire, they will want to sell their company and preserve the legacy of success they built. But selling a business built from the ground up is a stressful, emotionally […]

Eclectic Elegance

After having moved seven times in 12 years, Kristen and Tony Bernhard are familiar with needing a move-in ready home. But finding just the right one in a short time frame can be difficult and stressful. When the couple learned they would be moving to Omaha from Southlake, Texas, last […]

Exceptional Education

Nestled on 400 acres along the bluffs of the Elkhorn River sits a campus rich in history and tradition. At the invitation of Archbishop Gerald Bergan, monks from Conception Abbey out of Missouri arrived in Elkhorn in 1953. The monks founded Mount Michael monastery with a goal of training young […]

Overcoming Adversity

Everyone responds to adversity differently. Some crack, buckle, and fall apart. Others use their negative life experiences to change the world for the better. John Lee Hoich is a testament to living through and defying an adverse life. At 16 years old, John’s mother passed away. With a push lawnmower […]

Racing to the Top

Most five-year-olds aren’t experts in much besides playing, napping, and occasionally being mischievous. But when Joseph Mather was that age, he achieved expert status in his age group as a BMX bike racer. And at age six, he became number one in both Nationals and Worlds, beating 53 other six-year-olds […]