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Joshua LaBure

“Stay home” became a nationwide mantra in early 2020, but for the thousands of homeless men and women in America this is more complicated. As shelters across the country do their best to social distance within their facilities, still countless individuals sleep outside every night. The voices and stories of these individuals are not often heard as part of the pandemic landscape. So, in this edition of a portrait of a pandemic, we feature Daryl and his story of living homeless in a pandemic.

Six Feet of Science: Bugs and Bees (episode 1)

Apr 25, 2020
https://www.bountifulblossomsbeecompany.com/

In our first episode of Six Feet of Science, kids ask about viruses and honey bees. This week, we have a real life beekeeper and a doctor to help answer these curious questions! We owe a big thanks to Dr. Theodore Cieslak and Carol Fassbinder-Orth from the Bountiful Blossoms Bee Co. for their expert explaining.

Six Feet of Science: Trailer

Apr 23, 2020
Joshua LaBure

Episodes will be released early every Saturday morning so you can make us part of your new weekend routine! 

Our newest podcast series features local muscians including Collin Smith and artists from Culxr House. We are collaborating with both Omaha Public Schools and the Omaha Children's Museum on this project. 

Nebraska and federal health officials say a hepatitis A outbreak that includes Nebraska, Indiana and Wisconsin has been traced to blackberries sold in Fresh Thyme grocery stores.