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7 Ways To Make Thanksgiving Memorable (And Safe) This Year

Thanksgiving is shaping up to be memorable, no doubt about it. We’re faced with a choice of being disappointed about current circumstances or making an effort to choose our mindset, and this year, I’m determined to make this a happy (albeit weird) Thanksgiving. I’m dreaming up unique ways to celebrate Thanksgiving that are both socially …

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Holiday Promotions At Midwest Bed & Breakfasts

Twenty-four inns, beds and breakfast, and boutique hotels across the country are banding together to encourage travelers to go it alone, fill their tanks, and seize the season. Some of the participating inns are in the Midwest, including Minnesota, Missouri, and Michigan. “If this year has taught us anything, it’s that happiness is a choice,” said …

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12 Outdoor Holiday Lights Shows, Drive-Thrus & More In Omaha

No doubt about it, Christmas looks different in 2020. There are a ton of events planned, most with significant changes to reflect social distancing & mask requirements. But if you’re looking solely for outdoor holiday events in Omaha, this is the list for you. Holiday Lights Festival Lighting Display – North Omaha When: Nov. 20 …

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Travel Dinners & Snack Subscription Boxes: How We Revived Family Nights

Travel these days has been – how should I put it? – non-existent. But, if you’re like my family, you’ve craved a change of scenery, a change of experiences. So we created the next best thing: Travel dinners (with a box of treats for dessert). Here’s how we do it. Disclosure: This post includes affiliate …

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Everything You Need To Know About Omaha’s Little Bohemia

South Omaha has long been the melting pot of the area, with immigrants settling in Omaha, Neb., from eastern Europe, Ireland, Germany, and Latin America, in addition to others. In the mid-1880s, Czech immigrants coming to Omaha eventually created a community along 13th Street that became known as Little Bohemia. Businesses, restaurants, and bars sprouted …

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