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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 [...]

You Thneed to See The Lorax!

You Thneed to See The Lorax!

By Emily L. Domayer ~ Dr. Seuss wrote The Lorax in 1971. Forty-one years later, now on the big screen, it is still just as relevant to our culture. Between oil spills and too many plastic bottles, The Lorax hits home to everyday America. The movie successfully keeps the whimsical [...]

Cabaret comes to Sioux City

Cabaret comes to Sioux City

By Tasha Drey ~ The Lamb Arts Regional Theatre in Sioux City recently put on the musical Cabaret. Said to be one of the best musicals of all time, Cabaret, tells the love story of an American writer, Cliff (played by Matt Rixner), and an English cabaret performer, Sally (played by Jessie [...]

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games

  By Jazmine Dirks~ In a futuristic world, a young man and young woman are selected from twelve different districts to bring pride to their district in a fight to the death. Writer, Suzanne Collins’s popular book series titled The Hunger Games came out with a bang in its first motion [...]

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