Newspapers and Magazines
Lincoln's daily newspaper is the Lincoln Journal Star. Several neighborhood newspapers and shopping guides are distributed weekly.
A number of special-interest magazines are based in Lincoln. The Sandhills Publishing Company publishes four national trade magazines plus Smart Computing. The Christian Record Services publishes magazines for blind adults and children and has a lending library as well. Letras Femeninas is a journal of contemporary Hispanic literature by women published two times a year in Lincoln; Prairie Schooner is a quarterly literary magazine published by the University of Nebraska. Other publications pertain to such subjects as agriculture, medicine, education, college engineering students, outdoor recreation and conservation, Nebraska history, and literature.
Television and Radio
Four television channels, including a PBS affiliate, a CBS affiliate, and an ABC affiliate, broadcast in the city, which also has cable and receives channels from nearby communities. Fourteen Lincoln AM and FM radio stations schedule a complete range of musical programming such as rock and roll, classical, country, big band, jazz, blues, and gospel. Lincoln radio listeners can also tune into a several Omaha stations.
Media Information: Lincoln Journal Star, 926 P St., Lincoln, NE 68508; telephone (402)475-4200; email email@example.com
American Historical Society of Germans from Russia. Available www.ahsgr.org
City of Lincoln Home Page. Available www.ci.lincoln.ne.us
Lincoln Arts Council. Available www.artscene.org
Lincoln Chamber of Commerce. Available lcoc.com
Lincoln City Libraries. Available www.lcl.lib.ne.us
Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau. Available www.lincoln.org
Lincoln Journal Star. Available www.journalstar.com
Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development. Available www.lincolnecdev.com
Lincoln Specialty Care Home Page. Available lincoln.specialtycare.org
Nebraska Economic Development Information. Available sites.nppd.com
Nebraska State Historical Society. Available www.nebraskahistory.org
State of Nebraska. Available www.nebraska.gov
Cather, Willa, O Pioneers! (Boston, New York, Houghton Mifflin, 1913)
Cather, Willa, The Song of the Lark (Boston, New York, Houghton Mifflin, 1915)
Keteyian, Armen, Big Red Confidential: Inside Nebraska Football (Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1989)
Lincoln Star Journal, A Salute to Nebraska's Tom Osborne: A 25-Year History (Sports Publishing Inc., 1998)
Neihardt, John Gneisenau, The End of the Dream and Other Stories (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1991)
Osborne, Tom, More Than Winning (Nashville: T. Nelson, 1985)
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