Like a big, consensual hug from a nonbinary person dressed in a sheep costume, “Queer Japan” is the very best kind of documentary: The kind that leaves you feeling very intimately connected to its subjects. Writer Anne Ishii and writer/director Graham Kolbeins opt not to lecture or preach, not to anchor the film on a linear timeline filled with historic milestones.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about an off-duty OPD officer shooting at a shoplifting suspect, Douglas County releasing its vaccine rollout timeline and a possible expansion to Nebraska’s gun laws.
- On Wednesday, the OPD said an off-duty officer shot at the vehicle of a shoplifting suspect.
- The Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce is launching a program that uses a survey to gain insight on employees’ satisfaction.
- On Thursday, the Douglas County Health Department released the latest information on who is getting the COVID-19 vaccine and when.
- A Nebraska state senator is looking to expand the state’s gun laws by extending the castle doctrine to include vehicles.
- Nebraska legislators rejected a proposed rules change that would have ended secret ballot selection of committee chairs.
Reed Moore’s Things To Do
Treat Your Eyes at Joslyn Art Museum
If you need some color to break up the grey skies and snow, the Joslyn Art Museum is still offering free admission. Just reserve your ticket and see temporary exhibits such as Tuan Andrew Nguyen’s The Boat People or Revisiting America: The Prints of Currier & Ives, the latter of which will have a $10 admission. Permanent collections are also on display.