This story originally ran on May 4, 2016.
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.
Ivanna Cone owner Amy Green found herself at a crossroads.
Wednesday night, Kelly Madigan will read from her new book of poems: “The Edge of Known Things.”
Until recently — like most of us — Ivanna Cone owner Amy Green knew very little about the craze that has sent clever crocheters and ambitious knitters to the streets, sneakily adorning everything from tree trunks to phone booths with cuddly yarn creations.
It's still tentative, but it appears Wahoo's Fish Tacos will open May 15, at 210 N. 14th St., the same building that houses Noodles & Co.,…
Good news for The Lodge at Wilderness Ridge: It recently hired Lincoln's own Joe Andersen as its new executive chef.