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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
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Today’s news thinks all of our readers are awesome: Omaha’s Sokol Auditorium will be renovated and renamed, Hy-Vee gives gift cards to people getting vaccinated, and the Nebraska History Museum features items from 2020 BLM protests.
- Sokol Auditorium will undergo a renovation costing upward of $2.5 million, as well as a renaming, by Omaha’s 1% Productions.
- Hy-Vee gives $10 gift cards to people who get vaccinated at Hy-Vee pharmacies or pop-up Hy-Vee vaccine clinics.
- Lincoln Highway’s historic, four-foot highway marker is stolen.
- Local temperatures rise as June kicks off.
- A house fire erupts on 16th and Locust, demolishing a vacant home.
- A 21-year-old pregnant woman from Omaha is fatally shot.
- A 77-year-old Omaha man gets ready to ride 20,000 miles by motorcycle.
- Bellevue Cemetery hosts its annual Memorial Day observance, conducted by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10785.
- A Nebraska man goes missing in Hawaii, where police are asking for assistance in finding him.
- Items from the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests are showcased at the Nebraska History Museum.
Reed Moore’s Things To Do
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The multiple award-winning Crescent Moon is a no-brainer for any Omaha-centric, late-night dining guide. Since 1996, Omaha has looked to the establishment for what now amounts to 75 classy beers on tap and the kitchen’s nationally famous, life-altering Ruben sandwiches for those who do not wish to take a DIY approach.
If you are in the mood for an always-friendly environment in which you never know what you will walk into, either something popping or low-key, stop in. There will be plenty of local and regional beers to drink while you wait for your tasty treats.
On top of it all, Crescent Moon is showcasing acoustic jams, for no cover, every Friday from 9 p.m. to midnight until June 11. So, if you enjoy live music of the acoustic variety, featuring some bright local acts, delightful eats, and electrifying drinks, a late Friday night visit to this place would seem to be in store.
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