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Jason Mraz

By Shelby Powell ~ With the release of his album Love is a Four Letter Word, Jason Mraz has once again solidified his place as the voice of summer. Most know him as the crooner behind the smash hit “I’m Yours”, but the 34 year old Mraz has proven himself much more than a one hit [...]

Theater to present Rumplestiltskin

Theater to present Rumplestiltskin

By Tasha Drey – Are you looking for a bit of silly entertainment as the semester comes to and end? Morningside College Theater will be presenting the children’s musical Rumpelstiltskin Saturday April 21 at 7 pm and Sunday April 22 at 2 pm. This charming fairytale tells the story of [...]

Beethoven’s Last Night!

Beethoven’s Last Night!

By Sean Roberts ~ Trans Siberian Orchestra, or TSO as they’re known, rolled through Sioux Falls April 16 as part of their “Beethoven’s Last Night 2012 Tour.”  This tour is a smaller, more toned down version of their traditional, large arena, Christmas tours. The Sioux Falls arena, with [...]

Death Cab for Cutie rocks Omaha

Death Cab for Cutie rocks Omaha

By Sean Roberts ~ When one thinks of the indie music scene in the Midwest, they often think of Omaha as being the central hub for concerts.  This may be true for most bands, but the quintessential indie band Death Cab for Cutie has seemed to overlook this. Luckily for indie fans, Death Cab came [...]

A Reviewer’s Regret: New Girl

A Reviewer’s Regret: New Girl

By Shelby Powell ~ In September, I wrote a rather harsh critique of an advanced viewing of the Fox television show New Girl. Zooey Deschanel stars as the titular character, Jess Day. Jess is a quirky young woman who wears thick-framed glasses and sings her way through her daily chores. After a [...]

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