Arts & Entertainment / November 22, 2019 Just skip on the new Charlie’s Angels

by Kiki Bennett--This past weekend, the newest Charlie’s Angels premiered. The Angels were beautiful, tough, and fierce. Except, they weren’t a team.

Arts & Entertainment / November 22, 2019 Blink of an Eye is a challenging show

by Mari Pizzini--Life goes by in the blink of an eye. Or, it does according to Billy, the main protagonist in Engels Perez’s original play “Blink of an Eye.” The show was performed in Klinger-Neal from November 14-17.

Arts & Entertainment / November 18, 2019 Bad Wolves improves with new album

by Steven Cutler--Bad Wolves, the heavy metal super-group from the City of Angels, has released their second studio album N.A.T.I.O.N. N.A.T.I.O.N., in my opinion, is a much more quality album from top to bottom than the previous studio album, Disobey.

Arts & Entertainment / November 6, 2019 Gallery 103 hosts their Seasonal Showcase

by Tracie Tuttle–Sioux City artists showed off their talents at the bi-annual Seasonal Showcase at their downtown gallery. Gallery 103 artists, located on the ground floor of the Ho-Chunk Centre, opened up their gallery for the public to see the new art they’ve been creating. The bi-annual Seasonal Showcase, which was held November 1st and...

Arts & Entertainment / November 6, 2019 HBO’s Watchmen caters to the fans

by Dylan Ferguson--For those itching for a faithful adaptation of Watchmen, the time has finally come. On October 20th, the new Watchmen series premiered. Titled “It’s Summer, and We’re Running Out of Ice,” the new series provides continuation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s 1986 limited comic series.

Arts & Entertainment / October 30, 2019 Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is a guilty pleasure

by Abby Koch--Jim Henson’s Dark Crystal universe has returned with the Netflix prequel series Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. The series is surprisingly addictive, enchanting, and fun as you witness a battle between good and evil.

Arts & Entertainment / October 21, 2019 My Life as a Zucchini is a wholesome time

by Abby Koch--Claude Barras’ French stop motion film, My Life as a Zucchini, is a heartwarming tale about learning to love and trust again. My Life as a Zucchini is a short, wholesome, and a somber film for those who love animated movies.

Arts & Entertainment / October 16, 2019 Morningside Alumni Art Show: art past graduation

by Tracie Tuttle--The Morningside Alumni Art Show is currently on display in the Eppley Art Gallery. The show, which takes place every other year, consists of art work completed by Morningside alumni who graduated with a degree in photography, graphic design, studio art, or art education.

Arts & Entertainment / October 14, 2019 Searching: Skewis-Arnett’s Evolution as an Artist

by Tracie Tuttle--Betty Skewis-Arnett, Morningside theater professor and alum, is showing off her artistic talents in a new art show at Vanguarde Arts.

Arts & Entertainment / October 14, 2019 Big Mouth is back with the same themes

by Dylan Ferguson--Netflix recently released the much anticipated third season of the Nick Kroll led cartoon, Big Mouth. With this new season came more of the same, more raunchiness and more social commentary.

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Tall Girl is another mediocre high school tale
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Tall Girl is another mediocre high school tale

by Mari Pizzini–High school is full of bullies, friendships, and foreign exchange students, and Netflix’s new romantic-comedy-drama Tall Girl has all that and more. The story follows Jodi, played by former Dance Moms star Ava Michelle, as she fights her insecurities about her height. Standing at 6’1, and having been 4 feet in fourth grade, Jodi has been…

Art in the Park returns with variety for the family
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Art in the Park returns with variety for the family

by Tracie Tuttle–On Saturday, September 14, members of the community attended Art in the Park, a fundraiser to keep Latham Park, where the event is held, maintained and looking just as beautiful as ever.   The event boasts a variety of things for patrons to do: from enjoying the live music, sampling the food from concessions,…

MTV’s Awkward is slightly believable
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MTV’s Awkward is slightly believable

by Mari Pizzini–High school can either be the time of your life, or four years of crazy misadventures. Many have even gone as far as to say that the high school years are the peak years. But have these people forgotten the crazy, uncomfortable, awkward times of high school? MTV’s mid-2010’s show, Awkward, goes about reminding…

An experimental Slipknot returns
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An experimental Slipknot returns

by Steven Cutler–On August 9, 2019, just a day before their emotional homecoming performance at the Iowa State Fair, one of metal music’s titans, Slipknot, released their sixth studio album, “We Are Not Your Kind.” The “Knot” hadn’t released an album since 2014’s “.5 The Grey Chapter,” a somber addition to their discography that honored…

Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding is mediocre
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Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding is mediocre

by Abby Koch–Post Malone recently released his third album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, on all music platforms. The new album is a darker and grittier mix of genre combinations compared to his previous album. There is an obvious change in tone and feeling with Malone that results in this pop/rap album. Malone’s first two albums definitely had…

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