04/05/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

Omaha Election 2021: Get to Know the Candidates

Primary day is Tuesday. Though tens of thousands have already voted by mail, many more will select candidates to face off in May’s general election. Read our complete coverage of every race as well as our April cover story that explores what this election cycle means for Omaha’s future.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Happy National Nebraska Day

Honestly, today’s news IS for everyone: The Douglas County Health opens COVID-19 vaccination appointments to all residents 16 and older, a pilot program could add a bike lane to Harney street through midtown, and Nebraska sees an increase in younger people hospitalized for COVID-19.

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Reed Moore’s Things to Do in Omaha on 4/20

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Get Meta at 42 Degrees

With seven locations in Omaha and one in Council Bluffs, 42 Degrees has become a mainstay as far as head shops are concerned. Chances are you can find one near you, or “by your mom’s house,” as their salacious advertisements suggest.

Ultimately, 4/20 is in the company’s name. And as such, 42 Degrees is a no-brainer for anyone looking to make some celebratory purchases or admire fantastic glass art on the 4/20 holiday.

The reason 42 Degrees remains a staple in Omaha is because it simply has everything 4/20 related. From pipes and grinders to vitamins and vapes, there are plenty of tools to assist you in making this 4/20 the greatest one ever.

If you are feeling well enough to visit, then any one of 42 Degrees’ eight locations will make for a perfect stop on your quest to have a legendary 4/20 holiday experience. Mask up and party on.

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