Red21 Boys’ virtual shelves abound with durable, comfortable threads that dress infants, toddlers, and kids in classic styles designed by Wes and Willy. Parents can deck out their little dudes in a variety of graphic shirts, including a T. rex skeleton, a long-sleeved thermal top ($32) that expresses the wearer’s love for archaeology and disdain for Barney the Dinosaur. The navy corduroy blazer with ribbed cuffs ($56) outfits youngsters in duds that rival those of their adult counterparts, and a collection of cargo pants, jeans, and sweats ($27+) completes the sophisticated ensemble. The uniform store garbs bite-size scholars in institute-appropriate polos ($8.70), cotton twill chinos ($38), or lava-proof regulation wetsuits.
We all have a Mad Gringo deep down inside. (He's the one telling you to chuck it all and go sleep on a beach in Mexico. Or Brazil) Refuse to be a robot. Wear a tropical shirt. Watch more sunsets. And if you can't go slow, at least go slower. Whatever you do, don't ignore your Mad Gringo. He might do something crazy.
Flight! Nebraska's well-groomed fleet of Piper aircrafts can accommodate one licensed pilot, one aspiring altitude seeker, and two wide-eyed guests. During a 30-minute scenic flight tour, one of Flight! Nebraska's experienced instructors will regale passengers with aviation lore as he or she guides the plane through the wild blue yonder like a noble bald eagle or a very lost tiger shark. The discovery flight allows adventurous aviatrixes who receive 30 minutes of on-the-ground instruction to taste the excitement of self-guided volitation when they take the wheel, masterfully gliding the sky buggy through the air, leaving their guests white-knuckled but duly impressed.
Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission that traces its roots back to 1954, when an influx of railroad workers contributed to a stark, sudden rise in homelessness in Omaha. Pastor Jerry Dunn opened the original Open Door Mission on 13th and Douglas Streets to provide food and shelter for the workers. In the ensuing decades, the mission has grown into a multifaceted support system for those in the cycle of homelessness, providing food and shelter, personal and professional development programs, permanent housing, and outreach for women and families.
At each of the two Discount Laundry locations scattered around Omaha, orderly rows of Maytag and Speed Queen washers and dryers await dirty laundry like a phalanx of soldiers awaiting orders. The large capacity machines work quickly to rid duds of dirt and grime, allowing owners to get in, get out, and get back to their soccer game before the coach notices they're gone.
Though few people need to stick around long, those who stay can take advantage of amenities such as snack machines, cable television, video games, and wireless Internet. The licensed, bonded, and insured staff at each location also offers pickup and drop-off services, with same- and next-day turnaround available.