Carol “Kelly” Holst is a letter writer. (For millennials out there in the audience, a “letter” is like an email, except it’s written on paper, and physically transported from here to there by a governmental agency known as the ” United States Postal Service.”)
Consider yourself the artsy type? Well buckle up, because the next two weekends probably couldn’t handle any more events and performances than what’s already been planned.
Pale blue around the brim, the foggy liquid filters into a teal green; tiny specks of yellow dust the concentric discs.
Mad Max: Fury Road is some kind of movie magic trick.
By Sam Solano Why will your friends not shut up about which summer music festival they are going to? They want you to spend hundreds of dollars to go with them and it all seems a little silly to be honest. You could just go see your favorite bands when they go on tour, right?…
Steve Yates knows how to write a metaphor.
The Internet is a pretty ridiculous place. At least that’s what the minds behind the Artist’s Laboratory Theater think.
In the bestselling book “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate,” journalist Naomi Klein investigates power as the issue.
One of the best Academy Awards I’ve seen in a while, thanks in no small part to the excellent and veteran hosting skills of Neil Patrick Harris.
Ronnie K. Stephens will be the featured writer at the monthly meeting of the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24.