“Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar” is stupid (in a good way).
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about motorists stranded by the record cold temperatures, parents suing Bennington Schools for violating Title IX, and a proposal for a new $230 million prison.
- Record cold temperatures in Omaha leave many motorists stranded with broken-down vehicles.
- Omaha North High School teacher Mark Gudgel announces his candidacy for Omaha mayor.
- Parents file a lawsuit against the Bennington School District, claiming school officials violated Title IX through unequal treatment of girls’ sports teams.
- Nebraska’s state prison director gives his pitch for building a new $230 million prison.
- A proposed bill in the Nebraska Legislature calls for multicultural education in private and parochial schools, expanding the state’s outdated requirements.
- Gov. Pete Ricketts says rolling blackouts in Omaha are “unacceptable,” and a state senator says now is the time to address climate change.
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Cozy Hideout Bars – The Nest Lounge
2638 S. 158th Plaza
It can be seen off West Center Road and looks somewhat nestlike, perched on a hill. There is no direct road or access from the main street, giving The Nest its allure of isolation. This bar has a nicely lit patio that during the summer can get pretty busy. The inside has plenty of seating and a long walk-up bar. The random pictures, scattered neon wall lights and the blue bar seats can remind you of a maritime dive bar on the East Coast. This neighborhood bar serves free food during Husker game days. You also can’t go wrong with the prices, ranging from $2.75 to $10 a drink. The Nest Lounge is open seven days a week starting at 2 p.m.
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