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Monthly Archives: November 2011
The Look Holiday 2011 fashion guide hits the newsstands, Midlanders participate in National Adoption Month and Nebraska falls to Michigan in football. Continue reading
Kyle Benecke, Rebecca Gratz, Matt Miller and Alyssa Schukar report from Ann Arbor’s Michigan Stadium, the largest stadium in the Big Ten. Continue reading
Jolene McHugh divulges the former names of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Continue reading
The rumors? They’re true. World-Herald columnist Michael Kelly mentioned Tom Osborne sporting the Cable Guy look at an Oct. 28 TeamMates fundraiser. Continue reading
Get a video tour of several Midtown Crossing condos that have been designed and decorated to impress. Continue reading
The Holiday issue of the World-Herald’s fashion magazine, The Look, is out today. Find a copy in the print edition or flip through our digital version. Continue reading
About 400 Habitat for Humanity volunteers spent a week sweating and building homes. Matt Miller sweated along with them, but instead of a hammer, he carried his cameras. Continue reading
Jeff Beiermann discusses making pictures during the Missouri River floods of 1993 and 2011. Continue reading
Omahans build homes for Habitat for Humanity in Haiti, the Huskers defeat the Nittany Lions amid coaching controversy in State College, and Nebraskans recognize the service of Veterans. Continue reading