Club owners and tour bookers are looking to late fall 2021 for the return of live music, as the COVID-19 vaccine slowly makes its way across the country.
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Today we have stories about key Democrats endorsing Kimara Snipes’ campaign for Omaha mayor, Preston Love Jr. encouraging North Omaha to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse responding to the state GOP threat of censure.
- Kimara Snipes is endorsed by four key Democrats in the race for Omaha mayor.
- The Drug Enforcement Administration announces the new head of the Omaha Division covering five states in the upper plains.
- Activist Preston Love Jr. receives COVID-19 vaccine and urges the rest of the North Omaha community to do the same.
- U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse responds to the state GOP threat of censure, criticizing “weird worship” of Trump.
- The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services lists high-risk medical conditions that qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine in Phase 1B of distribution.
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Mardi Gras Open Jam
5059 S. 108th St.
7 p.m. to 11p.m.
Therapy Bar and Grill has been holding it down for live music in Omaha throughout the pandemic. The establishment not only serves great drinks and tasty food, but it also hosts a weekly event considered crucial in Omaha music.
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