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Fried Food, ‘Que Contest, And A Creole Festival

Get Fried

Omaha’s first Fried Food Fest takes place June 20th at River’ Edge Park. Admission is free and gets you all you can listen to live music. A beer garden, mechanical bull, and kid’s zone will entertain for hours while local restaurants and food trucks wow you with their craziest fried creations. Vendors and food trucks from all over the metro will be on hand to satisfy your cravings for all things crunchy.
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Toasting A Hero, Urban Farming, A New Upscale Eatery, and Junk

Raising a Glass to Officer Orozco

The Corky Canvas hosted a special fund raiser event for Officer Kerrie Orozco on June 5th, with all proceeds from the event benefiting the family of the fallen Mother and Omaha Law Enforcer. The event titled “Stars and Stripes” was a 2 hour wine and painting class honoring the life of the 29 year old, as well as her contribution to our community. Tickets sold out within 24 hours,...


Beer fest

Omaha Knows How To Brew Up A Good Time

Something Delicious is Brewing at Stinson Park

50 Breweries will be represented at the 5th annual Omaha Beer Fest this weekend. Food vendors will be on site to handle your hunger pains and beer academy sessions will run hourly to enlighten and entertain. Your 1 day general admission ticket buys your tasting glass at the door and unlimited samples of hundreds of craft beers. This event is 21 and over
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Help for the Hungry and All The Beer You Can Drink

National Hotline Answers The Call To Help The Hungry

One in Seven Nebraskans are unsure of when or how they will see their next meal. The Department of Agriculture is aiming to put an end to this food insecurity by spreading awareness of a USDA funded hotline connecting residence to food providers and nutrition assistance programs. With a few more meals and one less worry on their plate, more Nebraskans will be...


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