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! 

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.

‘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.

Evil Dead: The Musical is a job well done

Halloween is several months away, but if you're looking for a blood and gore fix, the Omaha Community Playhouse has what you need.
"Evil Dead: The Musical" opened on Feb. 8 at the Omaha Community Playhouse.  The show will be running Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm until March 17. Tickets are $40 for adults and $18 for students.
The musical is based off of the 1981 cult classic film about five college students that break into a cabin in the woods, hoping to have a spring break full of beer, sex and partying.  But ancient demons locked away in the cabin are released, sending the trip on a downward spiral from hell.

UNO Theatre presents “Or,” a play about conflict

"All women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of Aphra Behn, for it was she who earned them the right to speak their minds," says Virginia Woolf in "A Room of One's Own."
Sarah Fogarty Campbell, director of UNO's production of "Or," did a fantastic job executing the story of Aphra Behn with three actors participating in the performance.  The play starred Elizabeth Nye, Victoria Luther and Scottie Pace.  Luther and Pace each played three different characters, while Nye was the main character, Aphra Behn.

Now Showing: Film Streams continues to present films as art

In a world where college students rediscover the value of a dollar, Students Nights at Film Streams Ruth Sokolof Theatre, located on 14th and Mike Fahey Streets, provide affordable movie-viewing options to area students. 

‘Oblivion’ good on cinematography, effects, confusing on plot twists

'Oblivion' isn't impossible to follow but it has plenty of confusing plot twists.

Florence + the Machine stunning in new album, ‘Ceremonials’

It's rare that a musician releases an album and every track is brilliant, but Florence + the Machine has done just that with its latest album, "Ceremonials."