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Florence Boulevard Neighborhood Tour

Florence Boulevard Neighborhood Tour Sunday, October 5, 2014 Noon to 5 p.m. Tickets $10 or 2 for $15 available on the day of the event at Miller Park Pavilion or

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Distracted Driving Kills

UNMC study: Distracted driving killing more pedestrians, bicyclists From texting and talking on cell phones to eating while driving, researchers say distracted driving is a serious public health threat. Though

Miracle on Farnam 2014

Plans Underway for Miracle on Farnam 2014 – Participants Announced Midtown Crossing Logo » Read more..

Holland Lecture Series October 1st – Eric Liu

Holland Performing Arts Center
13th & Douglas Streets / Omaha

More information in the“learn” link at: firstuuomaha.org


Call for your free reserved seats today:402-345-0606

More information Online: ticketomaha.com
Holland box office: 13th & Douglas
– Eric Liu
“We’re all better off when we’re all  better off.”
In his book, The Gardens of Democracy: A New American Story of
Citizenship, the Economy, and the Role of Government, Eric Liu asks
us to think of government not as a machine that needs regular
service and repair, but as a garden to be nurtured. Successful gardens
follow natural rules but require goals, regular tending, and an
understanding of connected ecosystems. While he wants us to have
a bigger share of the harvest (we’re all better off when we’re all
better off), Liu also asks us to be more involved as citizen gardeners.
Liu, a former White House deputy domestic policy
advisor and a regular contributor to TIME.com and
TheAtlantic.com, also says:
• “Society becomes how we behave. Positive  behavior begets positive behavior.”
• “Government should be about the big what and the little how.”
• “Freedom is responsibility. Freedom costs a little freedom.”
Join us as Eric Liu makes his case. Sponsored by the First Unitarian Church of Omaha

Florence Boulevard Neighborhood Tour

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Noon to 5 p.m.

Tickets $10 or 2 for $15 available on the day of the event at Miller Park Pavilion or online at www.restorationexchange.org » Read more..

Concerts Continue at Midtown Crossing in September

Midtown Crossing’s End of Summer Concert Series, presented by the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), is free to the public. The Turner Park venue opens at 5 p.m. Musicians and performers from UNO will serve as the opening act each night beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the headliner taking the stage around 7 p.m.
The remainder of the End of Summer lineup features:
·        September 4Opera Omaha
·        September 11: Walker McGuire        
·        September 18The 402
·        September 25The Sugar Thieves

UNMC, UNL make history by testing mini-robots in ‘space’

For more than 10 years, inventors at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have spent countless hours building, testing, perfecting and patenting miniature surgical robots.

The robots were developed for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) with the hope that flight surgeons can one day perform emergency surgery in space.

The next step called for testing the mini-robots in a simulated space environment. » Read more..

Omaha Bike-Share System Expands

Eleven Stations with 57 Bicycles Now Available to Residents and Tourists

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