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Top 5 springtime activities in Omaha

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019


Filed under arts & style

Hike at a State Park Around the Omaha metro, there are several state parks that offer many opportunities for people to experience the outdoors and have fun while doing so. These parks hold very scenic views to enjoy and nature to interact with. The springtime is a primal time for many to get out...

Review: 2019 Live Action Oscar Shorts

Review: 2019 Live Action Oscar Shorts

Molly Ashford, Editor-in-Chief

April 8, 2019


Filed under arts & style, reviews

As the 2019 Oscars came and went, one of the hottest topics was the short films. The critically acclaimed Oscar-nominated short films made their way to Omaha theatres from mid-February to early March. Omaha’s resident art-house theatres, Film Streams’ Ruth Sokolof and Dundee, showed the short film...

Keren Lopez

Keren Lopez

Sophia Sidzyik, Student Photographer

April 2, 2019


Filed under Humans of Central

"Yo soy bilingüe. Yo nací en Mexico y soy un immigrante. Yo aprendí el inglés a los 6 años. Tengo un amor profundo por Shrek. Es muy chido y mi mejor amigo se llama Sophie." Translation: "I am bilingual. I was born in Mexico and I am an immigrant. I learned english at 6 years old. I have a...

Emily Engle

Emily Engle

Sophia Sidzyik, Student Photographer

April 2, 2019


Filed under Humans of Central

"My name is Emily Engle, I am a sophomore at Central High School. It's super inconvenient, but we drive 20 minutes to get there because I'm from West O. I don't go to high schools out there however because I don't believe they could give me as well rounded of an education as Central. I am fifteen but...

Tea Smith Review

Kween Alabi, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019


Filed under arts & style

Before entering the Tea Smith, I decided to research the Tea Smith online to browse the menu before going into the store. While a menu was not available online (only loose-leaf teas were available for online orders), I stumbled upon what the mission of the store was. Their website claims that one ...

Broadway musical ‘On Your Feet’ dances into Omaha

Emma Whaley, Executive Editor

March 29, 2019


Filed under arts & style, features, reviews

On Your Feet is a Broadway musical depicting the lives of Cuban-American popstar Gloria Estefan and her husband Emilio from their first meeting to her 1991 performance at the American Music Awards. The show came to the Orpheum Theater from February 26 through March 3 and brought with it a storm of La...

Five Feet apart Movie Reveiw

Molly Huibregtse, Staff Writter

March 23, 2019


Filed under arts & style, reviews

Based on the novel by Rachael Lippincott, Five Feet Apart came into theaters on March 14th, 2019, and has already blown away audience members of all ages. Five feet Apart is your usual Young adult star- crossed lovers' story, but with a twist.   The twist being the young love birds are both termin...

Isle of Dogs review

Simon Bullerdick, staff writer

March 20, 2019


Filed under reviews

Wes Anderson returns to animation for the first time since his work on ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ in 2009 with this canine adventure story set in a fictional Japanese city. Anderson follows his same formula of witty humor, satisfying rich animation and original story telling. This story of abandoned mutts...

Zen Coffee

Simon Bullerdick, staff writer

March 20, 2019


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Zen Coffee Company is one of Omaha’s smaller, but most cozy cafes. Like the name, they try to capture that peaceful calming ‘zen’ vibe. With home brewed coffees and teas that are periodically rotated and changed every time you go it there are new options to choose from, along with a variety of...

Review: The Lego Movie 2

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien, managing editor

February 27, 2019


Filed under arts & style, reviews

“The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” is a film that exists. I am not certain why it exists, but it very much does. It is a perfectly fun film, though it is far from matching the first in quality. To begin, the good. The animation style from the first film carries over to this one, with some minor...

Escape Reality at Infinite Loop

Kween Alabi, Staff Writer

February 26, 2019


Filed under arts & style

Nebraska’s newest arcade takes a spin on the traditional means of gameplay. Infinite Loop, the state’s largest virtual reality arcade, features nine 100 square-foot virtual reality bays that can be shared by up to 4 people. These bays are rented by the hour, each furnished with a 55-inch 4k TV, a couc...

Thirst tea

Olivia Gilbreath, Staff Writer

February 26, 2019


Filed under reviews

Boba tea has become a popular beverage in Omaha in the past couple years and Thirst Tea’s popularity has only grown since. The shop offers many different types of tea in addition to boba and bubble tea. Customers can order from the menu or mix and match flavors of tea and boba. Thirst Tea is in Midtown surrou...

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