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Bodega Bops and Other Families’ Photos

In the Heights is a vibrant romp through a specific nostalgia.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Happy National Go Fishing Day!

Read today’s news while waiting for a bite: Get ready to commemorate Juneteenth with Saturday’s Omaha Freedom Festival, watchdog groups voice opposition to the Buffett Early Childhood Institute’s optional racial training, and how to navigate the College World Series this weekend.

~ Harper’s Index Facts of The Day ~

  1. Average percentage by which the rate of police killings in a U.S. city decreases one year after its first Black Lives Matter protest: 14
  2. Average percentage by which the rate of police killings in a U.S. city decreases five years after its first Black Lives Matter protest: 30

Source: Travis Campbell (Amherst, Mass.)

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Omaha Farmers Market Guide

It’s All About Bees!
(402) 216-4545
Saturdays at Old Market | Sundays at Baxter Arena

Once you become aware of their natural and multi-faceted powers, it’s easy to be in awe of bees. It’s All About Bees! is a local vendor that’s rekindling a regional appreciation for these busy insects and impressing Omaha Farmers Market visitors through an artful and environmentally conscious collaboration on Saturdays and Sundays.

From such delectable edibles as honey, jams and butter to lip balms and skincare items, It’s All About Bees! features creative and fun products, both at its booths and online. If you’re looking for a unique present for your loved one, there is perhaps no other vendor that boasts such universal appeal, with goods ranging from food to beauty products.

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