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BRAVO! Sing for the Cure

BRAVO! Sing for the Cure

It used to be the mere mention of cancer connoted a fatal prognosis. Thanks to medical science advances, however, many forms of the disease are highly treatable and survivable today. While it’s true the “Big C” doesn’t mean a sure death sentence anymore, it’s still a scary, serious, and often life-threatening condition. Indeed, cancer is so prevalent in America that almost everyone at some point is affected by it directly or indirectly. The diagnosis, even the word, still conjures feelings of anxiety, fear, resentment and other intense emotions.

October 2010
Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen

Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen

How many years have you been a chef? 15 What or who inspired you to be a chef? Since I was 3 I was running around professional kitchens with my father helping out by peeling asparagus, making kabobs, peeling potatoes, etc…

August 2010
A Champion Among Clubs

A Champion Among Clubs

Omaha’s boundaries have expanded by leaps and bounds in the last thirty years, and it is an established fact that most of this growth has been westward. In the 80s, “West Omaha” was synonymous with the Westroads Mall, the drive-in at 114th and Dodge Streets, and the Burger King at 120th and Center. Boys Town was a remote location in the country. Oak View was a mere gleam in some developer’s eye. West of 132nd Street was nothing but farm fields.

July 2010
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