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Meet the Candidates of Omaha’s District 3

These stories are in-depth profiles of two of the four candidates running for Omaha’s City Council District 3 seat. For coverage of other races, check out The Reader’s 2021 city election hub.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about ORBT busses remaining fare free until summer, Gov. Pete Ricketts opposing new gun-control laws, and a California variant of COVID-19 discovered in central Nebraska.

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Reed Moore’s Things To Do On 4/20

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Celebrate With Some Sky-High Fun

The Tequila Brothers @ Little Ricky’s Rooftop Bar

  • 148 S. 39th St.
  • April 20
  • 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.
  • No cover

Patio season has arrived, and that is wonderful news. And while patios are wonderful, there’s nothing like a rooftop.

If you are inclined to agree, head to Little Ricky’s Rooftop Bar this 4/20 for fantastic festivities. The Tequila Brothers will be playing a free show in the historic Blackstone district.

All audience members & barflies can experience the band’s live debut. This duo – comprised of Danny Garcia from Lemon Fresh Day & Dave Bontrager from Fishheads – will play your favorite covers, especially if you enjoy alternative rock.

What’s more, Little Ricky’s Rooftop Bar places visitors eye-level with the beautiful Blackstone horizon. There’s nothing like being outside, yet also in a drinking establishment, drinking down the glasses, atmosphere, and music. You can bet it will be a perfect 4/20 spot to visit.

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