Lincoln held its first Distinguished Gentleman's Ride on May 23, attracting 30 riders who raised money and rode the streets as part of an international fundraiser for fans of vintage bikes.
In the Haymarket, business was booming, at least in post-pandemic terms. The Railyard was packed -- so busy that one customer said he struggled to buy a drink, just like on any other Husker gameday.
The four-level, 2,500-square-foot unit has an attached two-car garage and its own private elevator.
If a user cannot park the scooter at a designated parking area, they are encouraged to park it next to bike racks, trash cans or flowerpots on the city sidewalk.
The current agreement requires South Canopy to get a building permit by November and substantially complete the new building's foundation by May 2022. The new agreement, if approved, would give WRK until May 2029.
Newman Creations opened a few months ago in the Creamery Building at Seventh and P streets.
Amy Green has spent the last couple of weeks preparing for Ivanna Cone's Friday reopening, a date that was circled on the calendar way back in December when she called for "an ice cream sabbatical."
Amy Green, the owner of Ivanna Cone, was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer in May and given six months to live. She's still here and this month her friends celebrated her giving spirit by giving back.
After closing its Haymarket bookstore, Indigo Bridge is in the process of renovating a former laundromat at 1245 B St.
They cheered for touchdowns, lamented fumbles and their cold beverages tasted ever so slightly like normalcy.
The district, bounded by Sixth and Ninth streets from J to N streets, is seen as the next key area for downtown planners as full development of the West Haymarket nears.
The permits for the expanded space at both businesses will expire Sept. 30.
Restaurants in The Railyard including Bourbon Street, Gate 25, Hiro 88, Mellow Mushroom and Longwells added additional outdoor seating and activities that will include movie nights and pickleball.
Old Chicago, which has been at 826 P St. since the fall of 1996, shut its doors for good Sunday night with little notice.
The Haymarket's Old Chicago location appears to be closing, according to reports.
A liquor license application suggests that a new bar will be taking over the former McFarland & Sons Pub location in the Haymarket.
The site will become a store called Haymarket Mercantile that will carry some higher-end items and more "touristy" things that will complement the Nebraska products the gift shop sells, Jim Ballard said.
The former Misty's location in Williamsburg Village will be getting a new tenant.
As part of its plans to move out of its longtime home at 803 Q St. in January, the candy store will be adding an additional location.
Leonard Mozer opened Leonard’s House of Color on Feb. 5, 1958. He and Reva — his business partner and his wife — spent a lot of years working side-by-side. She’s having trouble remembering now, he said last week. That’s why he’s been closing the doors early.
A plan to install a bicycle rental dock in the Haymarket has a store manager and building landlord pushing back against the city.