Carol Feineman

Police aren’t thanked enough for their work

It’s all about perspective. My bad days don’t come close to a peace officer’s bad days. The most I’ll feel is anxiety about meeting a shortened deadline. ...

Please vote Tuesday

The Nov. 4, 2014 Statewide Direct General Election is only five days away. For Lincoln-specific races, this has been a relatively quiet election year. No one ran against the th ...

Sometimes we forget about the ‘good old days’

For those of us who did not grow up in Lincoln, it’s easy to forget that Lincoln’s streetscape has drastically changed in the last few decades. And many businesses sti ...

Baking unselfishly to help strangers, animals

If I were 11-year-old Caitlin Stevens, I would be mad at The News Messenger for an error we made. We wrote about the generosity of Caitlin, her 9-year-old twin sisters, Lea and R ...

Art League of Lincoln’s comments regarding The News Messenger March 21 column on page 4, “Art league needs to consider Lincoln residents"

  TO ALL OUR VALUED ART LEAGUE OF LINCOLN MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS: This letter was written by our President, Paul Apfel, to be shared with all of you: I read the Thursday, M ...

Art league needs to consider Lincoln residents

The 1-year-old Art League of Lincoln needs to change the way it does business. If it doesn’t, the nonprofit arts organization formed to take the place of the closed Linc ...

Burglar alarms becoming more prominent in Lincoln neighborhoods

  For weeks, I’ve been looking forward to receiving my new house purchase. What I bought, after months of deciding to do so, was a customized alarm system. And while ...

Don’t take life, loved ones for granted

  Life is so fragile and unpredictable. And full of life-changing challenges when least expected. At least in my case, I take the day-to-day routines for granted. Until I& ...

Art League of Lincoln needs a home, community support

  The new Art League of Lincoln deserves the community’s thanks and now support. The nonprofit organization is working hard to bring art and culture to the community. ...

Let’s start a suicide-prevention dialogue

  No one likes talking about suicide. But it’s something we have to discuss. On Jan. 19, Alexis Herrera was Lincoln’s fourth young man since summer 2011 to kill ...