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Omaha Storm Chasers part of Minor League Baseball push to cultivate Latino market – Part 1

Baseball has long been an international sport. Its deep roots throughout Asia, Latin America, South America,Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico are well reflected in minor and major league team rosters in the United States. To see this Latin influence, look no further than the Triple A Omaha Storm Chasers. The current roster includes players with […]

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Salud y sanación a través de la cultura y la comunidad Parte 4

En todo lo que hace la NUIHC hay un gran énfasis sobre respetar las tradiciones de los nativos estadounidenses. En ocasiones incluso llevan a cabo servicios funerarios, recientemente para Zachary Bearheels, el hombre con enfermedad mental que recibió disparos de pistolas paralizantes y que fue golpeado en múltiples ocasiones por la policía de Omaha en […]

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Omaha Storm Chasers part of Minor League Baseball push to cultivate Latino market – Part 1

Baseball has long been an international sport. Its deep roots throughout Asia, Latin America, South America,Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico are well reflected in minor and major league team rosters in the United States. To see this Latin influence, look no further than the Triple A Omaha Storm Chasers. The current roster includes players with […]

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Positively no negativity | Nick Hernandez

  Some call it bliss. Others, serenity. For Nick Hernandez of Lincoln, Nebraska, the study and practice of positive psychology is both way of life and career. The 41-year-old couldn’t have imagined this two decades ago. Back then, the Olathe, Kansas native was a married post-graduate student who looked at people and life critically. Now […]

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Once more, with feeling South High and SNAP reteam for new musical

  (Pictured Left to Right: Zhomontee, Regina Palmer, Echelle)   A year ago, Omaha South High Magnet School and SNAP Productions set the local theater scene abuzz with their joint staging of the Tony Award-winning In the Heights. The all-star production of current and former South students, school performing arts staff, and community theater veterans […]

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Serrato finds balance as musician and educator

Grain elevators, not skyscrapers, fill the view outside Paul Serrato’s home now that the jazz pianist-composer is back in Omaha after decades in New York City. Serrato was a New York sideman, soloist and band leader. When not performing, he haunted clubs to see countless legends play. An avid collector, he helped himself to rare […]

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Nature photographer Joel Sartore taking cue from Noah with his National Geographic Photo Ark – Part 2

He’s already logged thousands of hours and tens of thousands of miles to photograph thousands of species, and yet he’s far from finished. “We are a little more than halfway done after 12 years with just over 7,500 species (photographed). Because we’ll now have to travel farther and wider to get the remaining species (an […]

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Mary Cano: Owner of Forever Quinceañera Boutique

When we talk about women entrepreneurs, we have to talk about Mary Cano, Latino mother who has successfully entered the business scene in Omaha. Back in 2017 she took on a project to open a business at the Crossroads Mall, a location that was not the most popular spot in the city but that, as […]

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Samuel Pulido: Owner of Out 2 Clean

Latinos are known for their tenacity to take on new crafts that they probably didn’t previously picture themselves working on, and yet they take on that new challenge and showcase the talent that makes them such great workers. An example of this is Samuel Pulido, a psychologist that graduated in Mexico City and who one […]

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