Arts & Entertainment / December 9, 2019 Knight Before Christmas: cheesy goodness

by Kiki Bennett--Christmas, time traveling knights, and Vanessa Hudgens- a perfect recipe for a movie. Netflix released its latest Christmas movie, The Knight Before Christmas, which has been pulling at the heart strings of many Netflix users.

Arts & Entertainment, News / December 3, 2019 Arise All Nations: A Thematic, Unique Take on Christmas

by Dylan Ferguson--The Morningside Visual and Performing Arts Department will be hosting Christmas At Morningside on Friday, December 6th beginning at 7:30pm in Eppley Auditorium. Doors open at 6:30pm, with seating filling quickly.

Arts & Entertainment / November 29, 2019 Queer Eye special: new location, same positivity

by Abby Koch--Queer Eye returns for a special season of the series on Netflix, by redesigning people’s lives in Japan. The reality series is a quick watch for anyone that will have you laughing and tearing up every episode.

Arts & Entertainment / November 25, 2019 Quick Guide to Disney+

by Dylan Ferguson–When Disney+ launched in North America it made available hundreds of films and thousands of television episodes that spanned the almost 100-year history of Disney. With such a wealth of content, it may be hard to decide what to watch first. With this guide, your decisions on what to watch may just be...

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.

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Travis Scott’s Look Mom I Can Fly is mostly flat
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Travis Scott’s Look Mom I Can Fly is mostly flat

by Abby Koch–Travis Scott provides an inside look into his career and life in the new Netflix documentary, Look Mom I Can Fly. The film shows Scott writing and performing the Astroworld album and his development as an artist. Look Mom I Can Fly time jumps throughout the entire documentary, focusing on Scott’s process creating…

‘Falling Inn Love’ defines so bad it’s good
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‘Falling Inn Love’ defines so bad it’s good

by Kiki Bennett–Netflix recently debuted a new romantic comedy, Falling Inn Love, starring Christina Milan. Falling Inn Love is about a San Francisco woman whose life turns upside down when her career and relationship fall apart. So, what else was she to do but enter a contest and win an inn in New Zealand? She packs her…

American Factory: A Look at Work of Tomorrow
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American Factory: A Look at Work of Tomorrow

by Abby Koch–Different cultures and factory workstyles clash in the Netflix documentary American Factory. The film follows the conflicts of an automotive glass factory and hints at the future of factory work. The documentary is by veteran documentarians Steve Bognar and Julia Reichert. American Factory is the first film from the Obamas’ production company, Higher…

‘Striped Sounds’ Featured in Eppley Art Gallery
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‘Striped Sounds’ Featured in Eppley Art Gallery

by Abby Koch–The first art show of the year is “Striped Sounds,” an interactive installation, is up in Eppley Art Gallery. The show features found objects and mixed media pieces from adjunct art professor Shannon Sargent. “Striped Sounds” is Sargent’s first solo show at Morningside since his senior show when he was a student at…

Eco Art: Beauty With a Message
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Eco Art: Beauty With a Message

By Tracie Tuttle–Art can be many different things: pretty, expressive, abstract. Art can also lead to change in society. One example of this is through environmental — or eco — art. This is art that features themes revolving around the idea of reusing materials and using art to represent the damage excess waste has caused…

Paint By Number: Not Just a Child’s Pastime
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Paint By Number: Not Just a Child’s Pastime

By Tracie Tuttle–Known for its stress–relieving qualities, paint by number has made a lasting impression over the years. Paint by number kits initially became popular in the 1950s as a way for people to become involved in art. Creator Dan Robbins, who died early last month, was inspired to create these kits so everyone would…

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