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Omaha Food Truck Directory

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Written by Sara Locke. Published in The Reader.



Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Happy Guinea Pig Appreciation Day!

Those huggable furballs are tops with today’s news: The Union for Contemporary Art will begin renovations on a 107-year-old building on 24th Street, one of Change.org’s most-signed petitions was created by a Lincoln educator and political activist, and read the latest installment in the Black Church in Omaha series.



~ Harper’s Index Facts of The Day ~

  1. Portion of commercial air travel emissions caused by the most frequent 1 percent of fliers: 1/2
  2. Average portion of the global population that does not fly in a given year: 9/10

Source: Stefan ssling, Lund University (Sweden)


Around Omaha

Around Nebraska

  • One of Change.org’s most-signed petitions is for the Hands Up Act, which calls for a mandatory 15-year sentence for police officers who shoot unarmed civilians. The petition was created by Lincoln educator Travis Washington.
  • Lincoln’s Lancaster Event Center will host the National High School Finals Rodeo, beginning Sunday, July 18.
  • A WWII Navy fireman who died at Pearl Harbor will, after almost 80 years, be buried in his hometown of Atkinson, Nebraska.
  • Nebraska collected almost $6 billion worth of taxes this past fiscal year, allowing the new property tax relief program to increase from $125 million to $548 million.
  • Here’s what might happen in Nebraska when the federal eviction ban expires at the end of July, according to the Associated Press.

Reed Moore’s Things To Do

Find more on our Things To Do page.

Omaha Farmers Market Guide

~ Tap Dancers Specialty Coffee ~

Since 2015, Tap Dancers Specialty Coffee has consistently won the Best of Omaha award for Best Coffee Roaster — and for good reasons. That recognition for coffee greatness makes this vendor an essential visit for any self-respecting coffee connoisseur in a city that loves coffee.

Tap Dancers is a profound local coffee company because it employs the finest strategies to procure ethical, healthy and specialty-grade coffee for you to enjoy in several contexts. It is also a brand that knows who, when and where its coffee comes from — so you can rest assured your morning, afternoon or even nightly cup is making a positive impact on the world in which you sip.

Curious visitors can sign up for a coffee subscription and delivery services. And with booths open at the Old Market and Baxter Arena locations, Tap Dancers offers the opportunity to dive into its next-level blends.

Omaha Farmers Market Guide written by Matt Casas. Published in The Reader. Mark McGaugh’s Discover North O! guide will return on Monday!



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