Carol Feineman

New restaurant could open by December at Beermann’s

John Drust and his father, Mike Drust, want to open a new downtown restaurant and nightclub by December at the former Beermann’s Restaurant. It depends on final negotiations with ...

Hiring a new city attorney is a major responsibility

It’s easy to overlook the importance of some City Council agenda items placed on the consent agenda. I was reminded of that by the July 26 consent agenda item regarding a reque ...

We can help the Carnegie soon reopen

It’s sad walking by the distinguished-looking but vacant Carnegie Library on Fifth and F streets. The heavily-frequented Carnegie Library closed June 29 due to budget cuts rec ...

New tax committee members need to work together

A new Lincoln tax measure might be on the next ballot. And like last year’s Measure K, it is creating dissension, in this case with four members on a new grassroots committee fo ...

We need more residents/business owners like Campbell

Lincoln resident Leslie Campbell is the kind of business owner every downtown needs. She is a cheerleader for the city's success. Campbell opened the popular The Green Goat on 660 ...

City: Please provide a good home for the Archives Museum

Know and Go: For more information on how to volunteer at the Lincoln Area Archives Museum, call 253-9972. City: Please provide a good home for the Archives Museum I’m a big fa ...

Nonprofit organization leaders need the community’s help

Some of my most meaningful work moments were gained while running a nonprofit organization for five years. My top priority in the first half of the ’90s was making a Grass Valley ...

Happy Father's Day to my amazing dad!

I love talking multiple times daily to family members. That especially includes my 88-year-old father and my 85-year-old mother. So I call them at least every day and night to ...

Good luck and best wishes to our Lincoln High graduates

KNOW AND GO: What: Lincoln High School graduation When: 7 p.m. Friday Where: Lincoln High School football stadium, 790 J St. Admission: Tickets required this year from graduating s ...

Downtown to get a facelift by next summer

G Street. Or Lincoln Boulevard. The first line doesn’t conjure up special images; it sounds like just another generic street name appearing in numerous cities across the United ...

Lincoln Arts tours highlight city

Know and Go: What: Annual Feats of Clay juried art show tours When: May 4 through May 30 Where: Gladding, McBean Factory on G and 7th streets Admission: $10 Lincoln Arts me ...

Love your neighbor applies to all races and religions

Hate is wrong, no matter what “side” you’re on or how “right” the issue is. It still kills. Case in point is the two recent murders of elderly and unsuspecting Elk Grov ...

Earth Day isn't just another greeting card-created holiday

Earth Day, created 41 years ago on April 22, isn’t just another greeting card-created holiday. The inaugural Earth Day in 1970 “activated 20 million Americans from all walks ...

Together, let's figure how to keep Lincoln alive

The city of Lincoln must drastically change the way finances are handled. That message at the April 5th special City Council budget meeting, though, was missed by many audience me ...

Life continues after devastating fire

Life can literally change in mere seconds. While we often forget that fact as we run through our everyday routines, it sometimes takes a neighbor’s misfortunes to remind us not ...