Manhattan High School teacher Pat Lamb stumbled into teaching. Now, after more than three decades in education, he’s stepping out gracefully.
The movie is over-long—144 minutes, including a scene following the credits. It is not always active. Its plot is a simple take on the stock team-of-super-heroes story we’ve been seeing a lot lately.
Opening reception for MAC Watercolor Studio: Exploring Our Color World and MAC Oil Painting Studio and Clay Studio.
Even with severe weather in the area the past month, Manhattan gardeners are ready to show off of their labors of love.
Beyond this bare bones account of tea knowledge lies a fabulous, romantic history of geographical exploration, botanical discovery and the ambition and greed of colonial expansion.
“The Ark” is a murder mystery that unfolds in an environment in which a murder hasn’t been committed for decades, perhaps a couple centuries.
Though it was published some 15 years ago, Nathaniel Philbrick’s “In the Heart of the Sea” has remained a terrific account of 19th century whaling adventures, complete with day-to-day details of the hardship, cannibalism and mayhem c used by a violent sperm whale.
Eight miles into my first ever 10-mile run, I arrived at an existential crossroads. The question I originally had posed to myself was simple — keep running or take a walk break?
A true Kansan, my first response upon hearing tornado sirens is to go outside and look at the sky. But I’m not crazy.
The film’s animation is high grade—not up to the recent version of “The Jungle Book” but better than most of the stuff not computer-generated from real-life photography. But the movie has substantial weaknesses, too.
The Manhattan Municipal Band, under the direction of Frank Tracz, will begin its 96th season with two Memorial Day concerts.
Consider “Neighbors 2,” the most cynically-made and utterly calculated movie I’ve maybe ever seen. The new comedy hedges its bets. For edge, it gives us coarse language and unpleasant images in place of jokes.
If you like action pictures or detective stories, you may want a plausible but fairly complicated story. Movie-goers will get one when they go to see “The Nice Guys,” one of the best half dozen movies in general release.
The pastor of Redemption Lutheran Church knows about hard work.
School was out, and one of the things I learned during the week is that some area residents are more likely to buy tickets for McCain shows when they aren’t afraid on-campus parking will be limited.
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