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  • The Aksarben Village area is a quaint, swanky area in Omaha. It's surrounded by vibrant, locally owned shops, a few chain joints, and the University of Omaha campus and trails. Parking is usually free. My favorite place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine is Spirit World, a locally owned wine and spirits retailer and gourmet cafe. Whether it's whiskey, wine, beer, or unique and hard to find spirits you are looking for, this is your place.
  • If you are into history like I am into history then this should be of interest to you! Take this drive and check out the story.

    As of May 2016, the March 23, 1913, Easter Sunday Tornado was the deadliest Nebraska tornado of all time, and the 13th deadliest-ever tornado in the United States. The F4 tornado was a quarter mile wide and hit North Omaha, killing at least 94 people.
  • I know we are all busy one way or another and just don't feel like we can add one more thing to our calendar. Please consider being a volunteer either at home or away for someone in need. You just can't imagine all the ways you can help. Here is a great website to look at. http://www.opendoormission.org/volunteer-holiday-opportunities/

    How about downloading an app called TAGG (Together A Greater Good) that donates 5% of your sales from over 80 stores you shop at. You could purchase a coupon book that gives discounts from local restaurants. Take time to stop by four locations in the Omaha area to drop off diapers, toys, toiletries, clothes, coats, food items. There are so many simple ways to help out and you just didn't realize it. If you have some time, you could help with preparing and/or serve food, hang up winter clothing for the poor and needy, play and/or read to children, fill trucks with diapers, or sort toys to be delivered.

    At the heart of Open Door Mission is its volunteers. You, your family, your co-workers or your church can help hungry and homeless men, women and children. Working hand in hand, members of the community can make a difference at Open Door Mission.
  • Whole Foods has great hot food and an amazing salad bar. Utterly amazing seafood ready to eat.
    The wine by the glass is always reasonable as well as the drought beer. Cheese platter lover? They too are amazing.
  • Originally founded on October 12, 1920 as a non-denominational safe haven for children in Omaha, it is now known as The Omaha Home for Boys. The current campus is located just off the corner of 52nd and Ames Avenue in Omaha. This expansive 65 + acre facility features; transitional residential cottages for students, an expansive learning, recreational center, conference facilities, and an offsite additional learning environment known as Cooper Farm. This non-profit organization is a staple in the Omaha community and is always looking to expand the home's operation through continuous private funding from local and national donors.
  • What a great way to spend a few hours with your children or grandchildren! Hands on activities for all ages as well as exhibits on the top floor that change every few months. Their eyes light up the minute they walk in the door! We love Omaha!
  • TD Ameritrade Park; Home of the NCAA Men's College World Series and Creighton Blue Jays Men's College Baseball is just blocks from Omaha's famous Old Market consisting of historical brick roads and an impressive building architecturally with a mix of restaurants, bars, pubs, breweries, shopping and community events. Residents can also enjoy Omaha's CenturyLink center which features Creighton's Men's Basketball, UNO Men's Hockey, countless trade shows, concerts and corporate events. There are also a number of running and walking paths throughout downtown Omaha, Conagra Park and The Riverfront area which allow residents and visitors to take a sunset stroll and to enjoy a beautiful day in Omaha.
  • Press Box - Creighton Bluejays vs Fresno St. at T.D. Ameritrade Park Omaha, Nebraska - CWS Stadium in downtown Omaha, NE. Just blocks from the Old Market, a popular nightlife spot, the Omaha riverfront and a number of full service hotels.
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    If you are looking for quality work with beautiful results, this is the company you will want to work with. From new construction to existing homes, Artisan Tile creates stunning results at an affordable price.
  • The best Chinese food is located at 114th & Dodge. This is one of our favorite restaurants to eat at in Omaha. Everything is always fresh and delicious!
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    Anyone who grew up in Omaha and the surrounding areas probably has a memory of Funplex Amusement Park, just off of 70th & Q Streets. They have the only roller coaster in Nebraska and a wonderful swim area including water slides, lazy river, kiddie pool and motion ocean. They offer birthday parties, teen and adult summer events over the summer.
  • Player of the year candidate Doug McDermott and Creighton beats #6 Villanova for second time in the season to gain #1 seat in the Big East Conference NCAA Men's Basketball.
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    We had an awesome birthday party for our daughter at the Papillion YMCA. They handled everything in the party room and then the kids swam and had a great time.
  • Omaha, NE
    Village Pointe Shopping Mall in Omaha is a great place to window shop, see a movie and have dinner. They have wonderful musical entertainment in the summer and carriage rides around the holidays. It's a favorite place to visit by many who live here.
  • There are plans to raise the fees when purchasing homes during the spring of 2014. A borrower with a 30 year fixed rate mortgage and a credit score of 735 with a 10% down payment will see their fees rise from approximately 0,75 to 2% of the loan amount.

    Buyers with higher down payments will likely see an increase as well. Mortgage analysts predict the higher fees combined with rising interest rates could tighten mortgage credit in the new year, so don't wait.
  • Omaha, NE
    We took our children to visit the Rosenblatt Park for the first time and it was great. With Rosenblatt Stadium being such a part of Omaha's history, I think many of us were a bit sad to see it go. But if you are on the way to the Henry Doorley Zoo, it is great to stop by and see this little park. There are seats from the stadium and the kids can run around the mini bases. The kids had a ball.

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    16820 Frances St Ste 200
    Omaha, NE 68130

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    Omaha, NE 68154

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    512 S 91st Ave
    Omaha, NE 68114

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