A Grrrr-ific Show

PBS hit series “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” is the legacy of “Mister Rogers Neighborhood.” Similar to the iconic childhood show filled with imagination, life lessons, and puppet friends, "Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood" is also centered in a make-believe world. Daniel, the animated tiger, wears a familiar red sweater and he and his friends learn social skills necessary for school and life. The show uses musical...

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Vintage Fashion Show

The Douglas County Historical Society’s (DCHS) will be hosting their sixth Annual Women Defining History Luncheon and Runway Show. Dazzling and Daring: Fashions of the 1920s and 30s is the theme for this year featuring vintage fashions from “Yesterday’s Lady,” a Susan McLain vintage clothing museum and salon. The DCHS will also be presenting their annual “Women Defining History” award to Carol Gendler. This award...

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5 Fellows Show

The Union for Contemporary Art strives to provide artists with an opportunity to share their work and the tools they need to develop professionally in the arts community. Each artist receives professional photographs of their work for their portfolio, a one-on-one critique with an art professional, and assistance with developing an artist statement. The current exhibition is artwork created by the Union’s...

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Bernie and the Bird

March 27, 2016. Easter Sunday.

Yesterday several primaries were held in the Pacific Northwest… I think. Certainly Idaho was among the states that caucused for the Democratic candidate for President of the United States, right?

Why the nonchalant attitude?

While everyone stands aghast at what's happening on the Republican side of the election, the real political junkies already have called the Democratic campaign...

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Ann Schatz on her own terms

Omaha native Ann Schatz swears she never meant to be a pioneer. She became one as her hometown's first female sportscaster in the late 1970s, repeating the feat in Portland, Oregon in 1989. From that Pacific Northwest base she's traveled to cover the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, where she broke the Tonya Harding story, and the 2000 Sydney, Australia Summer Games. She's covered everything from the NBA...

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Cinderella Surprises

The first 150 little girls who showed up for the opening of Cinderella got silver tiaras to go with their fluffy dresses. It’s all very adorable but not necessarily promising to a reviewer whose favorite shows are seldom the stuff that brings out the moppets.

But the fairy godmother must have slipped down the Orpheum Theater aisle and wanded me because I found the entire evening absolutely delightful. Like I’d died...

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Payne’s film about miniaturized human life tackles big themes

The high concept behind Alexander Payne's soon to shoot new feature, Downsizing, unfolds in a near future world where humans can opt to be miniaturized. Everything about the story, from the title to the characters to the plot-lines, gives Payne and co-scriptwriter Jim Taylor ample metaphorical opportunities. 

The $76 million budgeted Paramount picture starring Matt Damon, Reese Witherspoon, Neil Patrick Harris,...

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