Canopy Street Market opened its doors at the start of the Husker football season with tailgaters coming in by the droves for extra lemons and paper towels starting that first weekend in September.
A mosaic of framed photos depicting great American innovators and explorers -- the Wright brothers, Amelia Earhart, Nikola Tesla -- are a constant reminder of Virtual Incision's central ethos.
Pinnacle Bank Arena continues to be one of the world’s top arenas, placing 119th on Pollstar's 2018 Year-End Top 200 Arena Venues list, a ranking based on ticket sales.
Last year, the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce marked new businesses, businesses with new owners, relocated businesses, expanded businesses, renovated businesses, business anniversaries, ground-breaking ceremonies and new chamber members with nearly 80 ribbon-cutting events.
In September, the new $85 million, 220,000-square-foot Scheels opened its doors, offering visitors to SouthPointe Pavilions not only more merchandise but also a Ferris wheel, aquarium and other amenities.
The Journal Star invited readers to share honors businesses or employees received in 2018 as best of state, region or nation. Also included is a recap of the major awards presented by business organizations locally.
Compared with 2017, when Hudl opened a new headquarters building and Lincoln startups brought in nearly $67 million in venture capital funding, 2018 was a relatively quiet year for the city's startups and high-tech companies.
The soft glow of a monitor reflects in their eyes as they flick the joystick back and forth. With each click, the iconic 8-bit character responds, climbing ladders and dodging barrels on a video game old enough to run for president.
Lincoln is home to dozens of growing startups all aiming to follow the success of stars like Hudl and Bulu Box. Here are four to keep an eye on:
It’s something of a truism that when a city’s population hits the 250,000 mark, it starts to be come a real city.