Liv Schulman; Partial view of the exhibition The Gobernment, 2020; Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE;Courtesy of the artist and Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts; Photo: Colin Conces.

7/30/20 • Day 39 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends


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Liv Schulman; Partial view of the exhibition The Gobernment, 2020; Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE;Courtesy of the artist and Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts; Photo: Colin Conces.

Art Center Reopens with Chance to View Two Shows Cut Short by COVID

The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts announced its closure due to the pandemic, but the center has announced its availability to view in person under new guidelines through Aug. 15.

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Today we have stories about the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts opening up to in-person viewings, a bill to ban second trimester abortions stalling in the current legislative session and the state legislature rejecting a late introduction for a bill to enforce stricter coronavirus safety measures in meatpacking plants.

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What to do during quarantine?


From our list of things to do during quarantine:

Get Reacquainted With Your Children

You’ll be surprised what they’ve learned behind your back. Go “speed dating” with your family and get to know one another a little better. Find out who they want to become, what they’ve been reading, and what they’re most excited about in the coming year.

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