By Davis Johnson Inside Out is Pixar’s 15th feature film and arguably one of its best. Instead of being targeted strictly for children, Pixar managed to add in adult humor for the parents in attendance (which was a great relief). Unlike its competitor Disney, Pixar typically tries to stay clear of the cliché warm and […]
The local residents know, the historians and archaeologists know, but do you know where the oldest European inland settlement and fort in America is?
By Barbara Petty I was raised in Colorado as many of you know, and I never heard of race relations, except with what was happening to the American Indians in our state. My parents had separated and my mother was left raising four children alone. Even as a bookkeeper, her pay did not provide us […]
Tinseltown Talks by Nick Thomas Released in the summer of 1964, Marnie wasn’t a typical Alfred Hitchcock thriller. While a moderate success at the box office, the eponymous psychological mystery was panned by some critics at the time. “People didn’t understand the film when it first came out,” said Tippi Hedren, who starred as Marnie, […]
By Brittany Burchett Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie was one of the most anticipated movies of the summer in the months leading up to its release. In keeping with the current trend of “villain origin stories” that emerged into the public eye with Gregory Maguire’s Wicked, about the Wicked Witch of the West, this movie tells […]