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February 27, 2014
The art of True/False is like a costume for the locations — a disguise that covers the walls of the @ction party at Tonic and fills the void in Jesse Hall’s three-story rotunda to make the fest a memorable experience.
Jump down the T/F rabbit hole with confidence; let Vox guide you through some of this weekend's flicks
Producers, directors, filmmakers, oh my! Match the name to the face.
"The numbers show that David Wilson and Paul Sturtz’s True/False Film Fest is a growing force. But the figures don’t capture the intangible energy that infiltrates the city during the annual celebration of nonfiction film. Vox calls it the True/False state of mind."
Need a break from True/False? Take a journey to one of these small-town dining destinations for a rustic retreat, romantic outing or a taste of home.
Web Exclusive) Denver’s chief purveyors of piano-based pop music stretch out a bit on their fourth release, Helios.(
February 22, 2014
Web Exclusive) Everything in the movie was pretty forgettable, partly because there wasn’t much story to it and partly because after seeing 10 guys in a black suit get shot up, they start to all mesh together.(
February 20, 2014
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Ever find yourself listening to conversations happening around you and feeling completely out of your depth? Learn how to impress the most cultured of any company and turn from a shrunken wallflower into someone enviable and experienced.
B.J. Novak is recognizable for his role as temp Ryan Howard on the Emmy-award winning comedy show The Office, or maybe even his small part in Inglourious Basterds. What you might not know is that he has written a deliciously witty short fiction novel called One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories that not only makes you laugh but also forces you to consider life’s serious side in a different way.
Web Exclusive) Good-bye book jackets. Book trailers are now being used more frequently to draw readers in.(
The New York Times bestselling author Lorrie Moore returns with one of the most anticipated compilations of the year;Adam Wilson tackles aspects of growing up, coping and relationships in his first published collection.
C.J. Huff goes beyond the call of duty in rebuilding a school district after a deadly tornado damages nine schools.
Columbia artist Dennis Murphy works in the style of hyperrealism, crafting large-scale images so deep and vivid that they easily could be mistaken for a hi-res photos.
Forget The Sims and other role-playing games of the past. Midnight Cities represents the next generation of gamer: the chic geek.
This week, we take a peek into the real and virtual lives of Jillian Hutton, an MU student who coded and designed a role-playing website. Creative writing fuels conversations between swanky celebrity avatars who discuss fictitious scenarios.
Johnny Cash, also known as the “Man in Black,” will soon have a margarita to match his nickname at Nash Vegas Bar.
Here are seven things you need to know about Bentley and his seventh studio album, Riser.
The grimy charm of the apartment mirrors the music produced within. Please Feed the Animals’ music is primal and stripped.