Omaha’s mask mandate expires, Ralston family draws attention to racism, Grand Island announces $ 15 million sports complex
05/26/21 • Nebraska Vaccine Data. • Nationwide Case Trends
It would be pretty hard to find another jam band that has more fun than Leftover Salmon, who are having their good times at Bellevues Falconwood Park on May 27th.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
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With a flick of the wrist, you’ll get to today’s news: Omaha’s mask mandate is expiring, a Ralston family raises concerns about racism in the classroom, and Grand Island is preparing to build a 200,000-square-foot indoor sports complex.
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Eating out after dark in Omaha
Since 2014, the late night food and drink scene has benefited from the existence of Nite Owl, whose standard of excellence goes well beyond midnight. With a cozy, often dimly lit atmosphere, a spacious, fairy-lit terrace, and plenty of size to eat, it’s all too easy to see why this place has flourished.
If you want to dine after midnight, flock here. Thanks to solid portion sizes, prices, and delicious content, Nite Owl’s menu is a hit late into the night. And the drink selection is pretty impressive too, with lots of different ways to suckle among friends and friendly strangers.
If you’re looking for a great place to eat and drink in style until the wee hours of the morning, the gem of the Blackstone District is well worth your time. The rock and roll atmosphere, fast service, and quality selection make Nite Owl a must for any local or foreigner.
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