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Mixed Music Genres Create Mediocre Album for Justin Timberlake

Mixed Music Genres Create Mediocre Album for Justin Timberlake

Sam Klemme, Entertainment Editor

February 22, 2018


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment, Music

Justin Timberlake is a mystery to me. I know he has a couple popular songs and was the performer at the most recent Super Bowl halftime show that I didn’t watch. Other than that I’ve had little experience with his music. From what I know, he is one of those artists that has a song that everyone...

2018 Grammys Disappoint Fans

2018 Grammys Disappoint Fans

Blaine Wikoff, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Music

For decades, the Grammys have been held in high esteem by many, but this year failed to live up to expectations. The Grammys are an annual award ceremony, celebrating the best musicians, songs, and albums of the year. The Grammys started out as a fun way to celebrate praise-worthy musicians, but ove...

Look What You Made Me Listen to

Look What You Made Me Listen to

Emma Brisbois, Copy Editor

November 23, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment, Music

Originally, when I pitched this idea, I failed to realize that I would actually have to listen to Taylor Swift’s entire new album, Reputation. I haven't been a fan of her new music, since she had strayed from the country scene, but I was willing to give it a try because it was rumored to actually be...

Album Review: Foo Fighters’ “Concrete and Gold” Strikes Right Chord

Album Review: Foo Fighters’ “Concrete and Gold” Strikes Right Chord

Blaine Wikoff, Guest Writer

October 17, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Music

The Foo Fighters are back and better than ever. Since their hiatus, the Foo Fighters have returned with an explosive new album, much different from their previous albums. The Foo Fighters’ fans have been anticipating their comeback ever since frontman, Dave Grohl, fell off a stage while touring for th...

Grande Concert Has Omaha Saying “We’re So Into You”

Grande Concert Has Omaha Saying “We’re So Into You”

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Music

As far as concerts go, I usually find it difficult to completely freak out while an artist is performing, especially when I'm not a die-hard fan of their music. But when I walked into the Centurylink Center of Omaha last Tuesday night, I had no idea how shaken I would be when I walked out. Everyone ...

Twenty-One Pilots Misses the Mark

Twenty-One Pilots Misses the Mark

Molly Gubbels, Entertainment Editor

February 6, 2017


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment, Music

On the first of February, I made my way downtown to the Century Link Center to see the highly anticipated performance of Twenty-One Pilots, a band I had seen a year prior at a venue that was eventually rained out. This year, an indoor venue held the promise that I would not return home soaked, and...

New Vibrations

New Vibrations

Molly Gubbels, Entertainment Editor

December 5, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Music

Music, in my opinion, is without a doubt the most universal form of art there is. It holds the power to connect people whether they be different genders, different races, different religions, right next door to each other or millions of miles apart. Recently, I had the pleasure of discovering three unique...

Do Not Be Unaware of This Album

Do Not Be Unaware of This Album

Lara Keane, Guest Writer

October 3, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Music

A bright, iridescent light from the moon, darkness surrounding a barely lighten Fort Street, the slightly cold air rushing through the windows of my Honda Civic Coupe and the polished, but intoxicating, unknown modulation of “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It...

The Phantom of the Orpheum

The Phantom of the Orpheum

Molly Gubbels, Social Media Editor

May 9, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Music

The lights in the theatre dim and an eerie hush falls almost immediately over hundreds of people waiting patiently to be bombarded with beautiful music. Actors take their places, say their lines and, finally, the most beautiful chandelier I have ever seen is revealed, giving way to the first sym...

Photo Essay: All That Jazz

Photo Essay: All That Jazz

Allison Young, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Food, Music

Few authentic steakhouses are left in Omaha, but Anthony’ Steakhouse at 72nd & F is still remaining. On Monday, May 2, the Skutt Catholic Jazz Band had the opportunity to play in between the sets of Gooch and his Las Vegas Band at Ozone Lounge, adjoining with Anthony’s Steakhouse. Ozone has live big ...

The Dark Side of The Rainbow

The Dark Side of The Rainbow
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Sam Wiegand, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2016


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment, Movies, Music

Most great movies have incredible soundtracks that fit the meaning, purpose, and feel of the movie. Some people have decided that the original soundtrack isn't enough. This brings up the term movie synchronization, which involves playing music over a movie, and somehow it still works and syncs up. After...

Symphony Just Got Lovelier

Symphony Just Got Lovelier

Lily Yates, Copy Editor

April 4, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Music

It's a Sunday afternoon, the first really warm, beautiful day of spring. And I'm not doing my chemistry homework, no; I'm on the way to the symphony. Maybe this sounds odd: a high school sophomore voluntarily giving up weekend free time to go sit in a large, dark room with some old people for a few hou...

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