8/28/20 • Day 68 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends


Prints of Darkness

As cultural institutions begin re-opening regionally in response to COVID-19, the Garden of the Zodiac Gallery has followed suit with a secure and calculated caveat of its own. Monte Kruse: Night Light runs through Sept. 27.  


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Today we have stories about Millard Public Schools starting 100% in-person learning, the groundbreaking of the new juvenile justice center and Nebraska football players suing the Big Ten.

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  • Nebraska football players have filed a lawsuit asking a jury to force the Big Ten Conference to reinstate a fall football season.
  • Nebraska voters will get the chance to decide whether to legalize medical marijuana in November.
  • The University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced 107 total coronavirus infections Thursday, offering its first detailed look at the pandemic’s spread since the school year started.

What to do during quarantine?


From our list of things to do during quarantine:

Okra African Grill
1303 S 72nd St #101
Even a pandemic couldn’t keep people from welcoming Nina Sodji back to business in Omaha. Having previously served the community via her African Market, Nina finally returned to the scene on March 14.

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