‘Blonde’ Review: How not to do a biopic

Eddie Okosi Staff Writer  I think it's fair to say that “Blonde” is not a biopic by any means. Biopics are a slippery slope. It's out of...

The mood of music: New and old tunes to get into this week

Eddie Okosi Staff Writer “The Time is Now” by Moloko – 2000 This track is a movie within itself and a perfect opening to a new season...

“Moonage Daydream” Review: Now There’s a Star, Man!

James Knowles A&E Editor “Moonage Daydream” opens with a long quote regarding the death of God, the ways people filled that vacuum, and an intellectual clean...

The Richard Hunt Retrospective: a monumental exhibit for a monumental artist

Eddie Okosi Staff Writer A Richard Hunt retrospective is coming to Omaha. The Chicago-based artist of sculptures that possess a life of their own will have...

The Notion app: the note-taking essential

Eddie Okosi Staff Writer No, this is not a hashtag ad or a paid partnership — this simply is out of natural interest —  though getting...

‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ Review: George Miller’s Genie is Out of the Bottle

James Knowles A&E Editor “There is no story about wishing that is not a cautionary tale!”  In George Miller’s “Three Thousand Years of Longing,” Alithea Binnie (Tilda...

Do the VMAs still carry their luster?

Eddie Okosi Staff Writer There are the formal Grammy Awards, where “music’s biggest night” is controlled, similar to its counterpart for the film industry, the Oscars....

‘Breaking’ Review: John Boyega Finds His Breaking Point

James Knowles A&E Editor  On July 17, 2017, Brian Brown-Easley held up a Wells Fargo location in Georgia with two employees inside, claiming to have a...