All posts tagged "AE"

  • ‘Mockingjay, Part 1″ takes box

    “Mockingjay, Part 1” was released on Nov. 21 and topped the charts over the five-day Thanksgiving holiday with an estimated $83 million. The third of...

  • Winter Life Hacks

    Winter is a tough time of year for both people who like it and those who don’t.  Here are a few hacks for keeping your...

  • Citizenfour: Snowden as hero not traitor

      If you followed the news last summer, you at least know this whistleblower is a historical and controversial figure. For those who aren’t aware,...

  • Arctic Anthems

    “Boy With A Coin” – Iron and Wine The hypnotic, stripped rhythm of singer-songwriter Samuel Beam’s “Boy With A Coin” pairs perfectly with a pair...

  • Bros, Kegs and Infidelity

    xxXArts&EntertainmentXxx_Fall Opera 1133 UMKC Conservatory’s Fall Opera hits a high note with “Cosi Fan Tutte” Senior Staff Writer As the lights rise upon the stage...

  • Hacks-giving

    Thanksgiving is approaching quickly, which can mean a chaotic mad dash for groceries, recipes, and tutorials on how to provide a perfect feast. Here are...

  • From Screen to Substance

    Last Thursday the UMKC Fine Arts Gallery hosted an opening of “Arcadia Bound,” a new collection by the Assistant Professor of Digital Art and Computer...

  • “La Cage Aux Folles” offers sincerity and sequins

    The Barn Players in Mission, Kan. have taken on the ambitious task of producing “La Cage Aux Folles” this fall. In the world of musicals,...

  • Anne Lamott’s new collection is funny and dark

    Anne Lamott’s newest work, “Small Victories: Spotting Improbable Moments of Grace,” is simultaneously dark, witty and optimistic. The long-awaited collection is spellbinding. It’s like taking...

  • You are the star in N.P.H.’s life story

    Anyone who is anyone who has written an autobiography has all done it the same way. It should not be a surprise that the person...