Culture of Omaha, Nebraska
The culture of Omaha, Nebraska has been partially defined by music and college sports, as well as local cuisine and community theatre. The city has a long history of improving and expanding on its cul...
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Jews and Judaism in Omaha, Nebraska
The history of the Jews in Omaha, Nebraska, goes back to the mid-1850s.The Jewish community in Omaha, Nebraska, has made significant cultural, economic and social contributions to the city. The first ...
Media in Omaha, Nebraska
This is a list of media serving the Omaha metropolitan area in Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Ethnic groups in Omaha, Nebraska
Various ethnic groups in Omaha, Nebraska have lived in the city since its organization by Anglo-Americans in 1854. Native Americans of various nations lived in the Omaha territory for centuries before...
Tourism in Omaha, Nebraska
Tourism in Omaha, Nebraska, United States offers visitors history, sports, nature and cultural experiences. Its principal tourist attractions are the Henry Doorly Zoo and the College World Series (CWS...
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Zvi Hirsch Grodzinsky
Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Grodzinsky (1857? in Minsk, Belarus – 1947 in Omaha, Neb., United States) was an American, Jewish, Orthodox Rabbi and author. His English name was Henry.Zvi Hirsch studied unde...
Omaha Bee
The Omaha Bee was a pioneer newspaper in Omaha, Nebraska founded on May 8, 1871, by Edward Rosewater, a Bohemian Jewish immigrant who supported abolition and fought in the Union Army. The Bee was rega...
Christianity in Omaha, Nebraska
Christianity in Omaha, Nebraska has been integral to the growth and development of the city since its founding in 1854. In addition to providing Christian religious and social leadership, individually...
Czechoslovak Museum
The Czechoslovak Museum is located at 2021 U Street in South Omaha, Nebraska.
The original Sokol Hall was established in 1911. It did not contain a Czech museum at that time, but was specifically ...
Florence Mill (Omaha, Nebraska)
Florence Mill, also known as the Weber Mill, is a historic mill located at 9102 North 30th Street near the 30th Street exit on I-680 in the Florence community in North Omaha, Nebraska. It was built in...
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General Crook House
The General George Crook House Museum is located at 5730 North 30th Street in Fort Omaha. The Fort is located in the Miller Park neighborhood of North Omaha, Nebraska, United States. The house was lis...
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KKCD
KKCD (105.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock format. Licensed to Omaha, Nebraska, USA, the station serves the Omaha area. The station is owned by Journal Broadcast Group.
The st...
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Opera Omaha
Opera Omaha is a major regional opera company in Omaha, Nebraska. Begun in 1958, the professional company is widely known for the International Fall Festival events it held in the 1980s and 1990s, whi...
KEZO-FM
KEZO-FM (92.3 FM), better known as Z-92, is a mainstream rock radio station in Omaha, Nebraska. It is owned by Journal Broadcast Group.Todd-n-Tyler host the station's morning show, with a replay start...
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Indian Hills Theater
The Indian Hills Theater in Omaha, Nebraska, USA, was built in 1962 as a movie theater showcasing films in the Cinerama wide-screen format. The theater's screen was the largest of its type in the Unit...
Holland Performing Arts Center
The Holland Performing Arts Center is a performing arts facility located on 13th and Douglas Streets in downtown Downtown Omaha, Nebraska, Nebraska in the United States; it opened in October 2005. Des...
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Nebraska Zen Center
The Nebraska Zen Center at the Heartland Temple is a Soto Zen Buddhist Temple located in the Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District of Omaha, Nebraska. Established for Zen practice in 1975, the Nebrask...
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College World Series
The College World Series or CWS is an annual baseball tournament held in Omaha, Nebraska, that is the culmination of the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, which determines the NCAA Division I col...
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Sports in Omaha
Sports in Omaha, Nebraska are supported by a high attendance at events and tax support from the City of Omaha. Omaha is home to several professional sports teams and modern sports venues. The city has...
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Livestock Exchange Building (Omaha, Nebraska)
The Livestock Exchange Building in Omaha, Nebraska was built in 1926 at 4920 South 30 Street in South Omaha. It was designed as the centerpiece of the Union Stockyards by architect George Prinz and bu...
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KIOS-FM
KIOS-FM (91.5 MHz) is a National Public Radio member station in Omaha, Nebraska, USA, owned and operated by Omaha Public Schools.The station signed in on September 1969 as the first educational r...
Florence Depot
The Florence Depot at 9000 North 30th Street in the Florence community of Omaha, Nebraska. Originally built in 1887 at 28th and Grebe in downtown Florence, the Depot closed in 1966. It was moved to it...