‘The Grey’ a brutal and intense thriller

A few winters ago, Liam Neeson began a new phase in his career. He went from dramatic Oscar-worthy performances in films like "Schindler's List" and "Michael Collins" to an unlikely action star in the hit film "Taken." It was an odd move and hasn't been without its bumps.

Just in time for finals: Stress release tactics for college students

Written by Jamie Retana For University of Nebraska at Omaha student Elizabeth Tippery, a “normal” day includes hitting the snooze button countless times in the...

‘Arthur’ remake won’t please fans of the original

Admirers of the original 1981 flick written and directed by Steve Gordon might want to steer clear of the recent remake of "Arthur." No longer filled with subtle humor, this rom-com remake is evidence of a clear generation gap.

Andrew McMahon opens up about new album

Sitting down with Andrew McMahon is just like sitting down with an old friend, except that old friend is the lead singer of California-based bands Jack's Mannequin and Something Corporate. By night, McMahon pounds out tunes on the piano, creating symphonies in front of sold out crowds.

Miley Cyrus’ New Album “Bangerz” Crazy or Cool?

In recent news, Cyrus has been known to stir up some controversy. With her evolving look, changed sound and upcoming album release, the 20-year-old and "Hannah Montana" star has continued to gain attention.

MTV Video Music Awards reward the best in this year’s music entertainment

The 2012 MTV Video Music Awards (VMA's), hosted by comedian Kevin Hart, took place on Sept. 6 in sunny Los Angeles at the Staples Center.

UNO student dazzles on violin

For Kaitlyn Filippini, success is always just over the bend. The 22-year-old violinist/artist has performed with musical greats such as Rod Stewart, Josh Groban, Mannheim Steamroller, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Michael Buble and Mary J. Blige. But she says she always feels as if there's something out there she can do better.

UNO production of ‘The Aliens’ was a story not to miss

Some productions at UNO are just made of magic. "The Aliens," directed by Steve Hartman, is one of those productions. Containing the perfect amount of humor, honesty and tragedy, Hartman's interpretation of "The Aliens" falls nothing short of a dazzling emotional ride.