A local look at a global scare
The world's runnin' out of oil. While such a problem can seem too big and tangled to deal with on a local scale, Tim Hjersted, director of the Films for Action project, wants city leaders to take a serious look.
You wouldn't know it from the mainstream media's coverage of rising gas prices, but the squeeze we're all feeling at the pump is just a small part of a much larger picture. The current price of gas is more than a just a little rough patch that might get worked out by the markets or policy wonks in Washington.
*...based on actual news
Coat Party is going to burn your f*cking house down
Coat Party exudes enough vim and vigor to melt the eyes out of your sockets. This Lawrence dance-rock foursome-especially when performing live-will mash punked-up Gang of Four style rhythm, Gameboy soundtrack atmospherics and dual shout along vocals all over your face!
Nelson-Atkins Director Marc Wilson on all things art in K.C.
It's springtime, reader, and what better time to go for a visit to a fine art museum?
The Reinvention of Greensburg
Last May, immediately after the tornado hit, talk of rebuilding Greensburg began.
As Jennifer Chiaverini wrote on page 246 of her latest novel, "The Winding Ways Quilt":