Twee Hehe

Editor’s note: We need your help! Support content like this by becoming a Reader member here. From its barrage of close-ups where people open and close whimsical boxes to its overly affected characters behaving and talking like no one ever has or will in real-life, The Planters is an unrepentant Wes Anderson homage with slightly more explicit […]

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Antifa-la-la-la-la

Editor’s note: We need your help! Support content like this by becoming a Reader member here. Three things I didn’t know before watching White Riot: Eric Clapton has said some crazy racist shit. I’m not talking about the kind of “Grandpa’s from another era” insidious evil that we white people pretend we don’t hear because it doesn’t […]

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Page 5

Attention Photographers: The Reader loves great photos, so we are keeping a full page open to showcase local photography in our monthly print edition. Page 5 will feature full color or black and white work by local photographers.  Photographers will be paid $150 for the photo. The emphasis should be on photojournalism, portraiture and spot […]

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Utopia Will Be Dope to Ya

Editor’s note: We need your help! Support content like this by becoming a Reader member here. Binary thinking is stinkin’ thinkin’. That said, you will either (A) love or (B) hate the idea of watching a show about the malicious intentional spread of a deadly virus right now. Understandably but irritatingly—Understatingly? Irritandably?—every review of Utopia has to […]

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Omaha Explained: Redlining

The Reader recently collaborated with two local comedian/writers, Cameron Logsdon and Alex Preston, to bring attention to a shadow on our city that we need to deal with: our legacy of racial segregation. To this day, Omaha remains one of the most racially segregated cities in the U.S.  This (long-ass) video explores the history of […]

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Get Out The Vote

2020 has already proven to be historic and yet more history could be written this year with Nebraska as the author. With election day quickly approaching and ballots rolling out, all eyes are on Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District. According to polls published by the New York Times and CNN, the margin of victory in this […]

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