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Posting about your weekend? @PrivacyPrivee makes a good point that you should check in with others before posting about them (photos & videos or emails).— DuckDuckGo (@DuckDuckGo) October 6, 2018
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There’s always something or someone to be grateful for right this second. Do what you do and slap a hater in the face with success. There’s always someone doing a lot better than you and there’s always someone doing much worse. If there’s something you want, but it’s high risk, high reward — take that chance before you’re no longer able to. Learn more.
Housed in a 1911 NeoClassical building and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA) celebrates the history of Nebraska’s visual art. MONA collects, preserves, researches, exhibits, and interprets the work of artists who were born, lived, trained, or worked in Nebraska or who created artworks that reflect the culture of Nebraska. Source Visit Kearney
.@NebraskaArt has added 300+ artworks to its permanent collection including representational and non-representational paintings, sculpture, photography, prints & other media. Check it out, open 10am-5pm. pic.twitter.com/G3Z3aQG0Vw— Kearney CVB (@VisitKearney) January 16, 2018
Spanning I-80 at Exit 275, the Archway in Kearney, Nebraska, brings American history to life. Since prehistoric times, the path along the Platte River through Nebraska, once known as the Great Platte River Road, has served as a migratory route across the continent. From the Oregon Trail era to today, the Archway's family friendly exhibit tells the story of the adventurers who followed the trail and helped to build America. Source Nebraska Tourism Visit Nebraska
Westward expansion and the fragmentation of the Great Plains saw the migration of the American bison disappear, leaving the sandhill crane migration as the last great animal migration in America. Every year, over half a million sandhill cranes converge on a 75-mile stretch of the Platte River for a layover before heading to their breeding grounds in Canada, Alaska and Siberia. Source Outdoor Photographer
As we approach peak sandhill crane migration in mid-March, Chema Domenech shares his experience photographing the rhythms of the last great American wildlife migration in Kearney, Nebraska. https://t.co/5qwPlos2tl pic.twitter.com/eZEmiWt9oH— Outdoor Photographer (@OutdoorPhotoMag) March 13, 2018
Harmon Park Amenities: Swimming Pool, 6 Lighted Tennis Courts, 2 basketball courts, Sand Volleyball Courts, Concession stand, Ball Diamond, Drinking water, Grills, Picnic tables, Historical Sonotorium stage, 3 Shelters, Activity Center, Formal Fountain, Rock Garden, Gazebo, Playground equipment, Inclusive playground, Restrooms, Electrical outlets. Source City of Kearney
Harmon Park on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) since December 10, 2010. The park is roughly bounded by 29th and 33rd Sts. and 5th and 7th Aves. in Kearney, buffalo County, Nebraska. Park was built with funds from William E. Harmon, an installment real estate marketer and philanthropist in the 1920s. Impressive rock garden (shown here). Source Wikimedia Commons
Downtown Kearney: The Bricks is the core retail district in Kearney. Centrally located southeast of Highway 30 and 2nd Avenue, The Bricks is the destination for shopping, dining and culture. Old Town: Kearney Junction is the original business district in Kearney. Located one block east of 2nd Avenue and south of East Railroad Street, Old Town is home to unique, local retail and a rich history of the Kearney’s relationship to the railroad. Source Kearney Downtown Improvement Board
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