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Many people are fondly remembering the movie Boys Town with the recent passing of Mickey Rooney. Let’s take a look back at some of this this Omaha landmark’s history. Continue reading
I thought that we all might be suffering from the winter doldrums and that taking a look at summers long ago would be a nice break. Remember when cruising Omaha’s Dodge Street was THE place to be? Cruising Dodge was a … Continue reading
Let’s look back at the team the last time the last time they made it to the NCAA tournament in 1998. Continue reading
It’s March Madness time again! The NCAA Tournament started in 1939, and Creighton’s first trip was in 1941. Let’s take a look at the team through the years they’ve gone dancin’. Continue reading
Though many movies have been made in Nebraska, only a few have earned Academy Award nominations — or wins. One of the most beloved of the movies was “Boys Town,” released in 1938. Spencer Tracy won the Oscar for Best Actor and gave the statuette … Continue reading
Sarah Joslyn was one of Omaha’s wealthiest women, and the city was the beneficiary when she created a memorial to her late husband, George: the Joslyn Memorial Art Museum. She died 74 years ago — on Feb. 28, 1940. The Joslyns … Continue reading
Jolene McHugh is back with another batch of photographs from Omaha’s past. Continue reading
On May 6, 1975, an F4 tornado tore through Omaha, causing incredible damage. Benson suffered much damage, and was closed off to the public by armed guards to allow homeowners and volunteers try to salvage as much personal property as … Continue reading
The completion of Northwest Radial Highway through Benson was a really big deal. The Aug. 29, 1957, story read: “West Section of Northwest Radial Dedicated With a Bit of Pomp and Ceremony and Lots of Kids Hundreds of children swarmed … Continue reading