It took considerable skill to get all the odd elements in “The Night Before” to keep from canceling each other out or confusing the viewer to the point that the conclusion makes no sense at all.
Let me suggest an alternate understanding of the life of Freddie Steinmark, Texas football safety and subject of the hagiographic “My All American.”
Henry Strong built the home from native limestone in 1867. The open house will feature stories of Territorial Kansas, the Underground Railroad, and the Henry Strong family (including Grandma Hoerner who was Henry’s granddaughter.)
This turducken wasn’t as pretty as the one Martha Stewart made, but it sure tasted good. And as any gourmand will tell you, that’s what’s most important.
During his 27 years as conductor of the Gold Orchestra, David Littrell has kept his hands busy and his heart full.
I personally am a big fan of emojis, even if I regularly question whether I spend an unhealthy amount of time every day staring at my phone.
Christopher Linforth’s short story collection, “When You Find Us We Will Be Gone,” is a curation of short fiction that exemplifies the aesthetics of contemporary realism.
The song claims that it is the most wonderful time of the year, and in many ways it is, but we would be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge that for many it is also a time of great stress.
It has a strong thread of menace and suspense, provided by a deranged stalker (and perhaps more than one) out to seek brutal revenge for a perceived slight. As such, it is a compelling mystery as well as a love story.
Today we’ll learn about a rural Kansas community that took specific action to help a war-torn community halfway around the globe. That initiative began more than a half-century ago, and the relationship is being renewed again.
My Rocket Cherry snapdragons have continued to produce red blooms late into the season. Often the end of blooming comes in mid-October with a frost. I grew them in a container with Lobularia Giga White.
A world-renowned transgender advocate and K-State alum is returning home to present a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center lecture as part of a day of remembrance.
Remember “Love, Actually,” an English holiday-season movie (with a cast full of names) about a series of vaguely related romances? Well. It’s back. Sort of. In an American version.
Everybody has a weakness. Donna Elliott’s weakness is dogs — in more ways than one.
Ockrent and Ahrens have done a better than average job of adapting the original story. And the performing arts school talent at K-State has done even better in staging “A Christmas Carol: The Musical.” They’ve made it a thoroughly entertaining and often impressive show.
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