I grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska as a kid and moved away once I headed off to college. Now that I'm gone, I've realized what a great little town Lincoln is, and how very unique it is in many ways. The town is a fairly small, Midwestern town, but not so small that it ever becomes dull or boring. There's a very vibrant artist community that is well supported by the town as a whole. So throughout downtown Lincoln, there are a number of independent theater groups, small art galleries, and free community events surrounding the arts. It makes having a lot of fun cost very little money.
Lincoln is a college town and a lot is centered around the Nebraska Huskers, the college football team. This can get a little crazy on game day, with the crowds and the impossibility of finding a parking spot. But it is hard not to get caught up in the team spirit. There are quite a few incredibly delicious local restaurants, some of which create unique menus from the produce they buy at the Lincoln Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. There is not a huge amount of clothes shopping options in Lincoln, but that does help it keep that small town feel. One awesome feature of the town is the network of bike paths that cover the entire city, making eco-friendly commuting much easier. Lincoln is the perfect town to raise a family, be a college student, or just visit for some small town fun.
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Super C convenience storeAnyone ever been to super c? They have 5 locations in lincoln. I always enjoy going there. www.superc.net
Jul 11, 2018
LIST A NEW NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONThe Eden Park Neighborhood Association (Calvert to South Streets and 33rd to 56th Streets) is celebrating its FIRST BIRTHDAY this month. We'd love to be included in your areavibes. Thanks.Ray Crisp 402-202-2596