"The Man With the Iron Fists" allows first-time director and Wu-Tang Clan member RZA to play pretend with a massive budget.
Hi there! Candi here. Alright, you got me, my name isn't really Candi. But behind this mysterious alias and accompanying silhouette, I'm one of you. I'm a student walking amongst you on the sidewalks, sitting next to you in class and beating you out of that parking spot. Nice to finally meet you!
I'm here to talk to you about the "L" word. You know what word I'm referring to. But first let's clarify that this is not an advice column (however if you'd like my not-so-expert advice anyway, feel free to tweet me- Candi_Dates_). This is an observation, discussion, inferential column regarding common woes of the dating world. We can figure this out together, people! Have an idea you'd like me to talk about? Let me know!
Slightly Stoopid still has a following. Proof of that was at the band's Omaha concert.
International cuisine has become a staple in most cities. It introduces us to a new kind of flavor and food experience without having to spend a lot of money.
Entertainment technology is constantly evolving. From the new D-Box seats in select Rave Motion Pictures theaters at Westroads Mall to 3-D showings of the biggest films of the season, the entertainment industry wants the audience to be part of the action.
Movie theaters must have installed feel-o-vision when screening "Beasts of the Southern Wild." That or Behn Zeitlin, writer/director, has discovered a direct line to people's hearts.
The Maha Music festival, an all-day music showcase designed to display Omaha's rich creative culture, took place this year on a breezy, overcast day that provided a much needed break from the heat. The crowd grew to over 4,000 and as the day progressed, it became obvious that showcasing diversity is exactly what Maha does.
This November, the UNO Theatre Department will present Mary Zimmerman's play "Mirror of the Invisible World."