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Regional Poetry Reading April 15th

You are most likely aware by now that April is National Poetry Month, yes? If you do only one poetry-related thing for this most auspicious of months, may I suggest that it be attending a reading by three up-and-coming young poets from right here in Kansas? April 15th, from 7-8:30

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KSPOETS

Poetry is Alive and Well, Right Here

Meet these writers carrying on the proud tradition of poetry in the state of Kansas on December 6th, from 1-5 pm at our second annual literary fair! Denise Low Low, 2nd Kansas Poet Laureate, has over 25 books, including Mélange Block (Red Mountain Press) and Ghost Stories (Ks. Notable Book; The Circle -Best Native American […]

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MusicNerdFeatured

David Bowie For Dummies

Bowie is an artist who has tried on so many diverse styles, there’s really something for everyone in his catalog–it’s just a matter of knowing where to look. Luckily, your friendly neighborhood Music Nerd is here to help.

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DraculaWelcome

Music Nerd: 5 Early Goth Albums for Halloween

A macabre journey to the darkest, most blood-curdling and downright spooky era in human history–the early 1980s–to witness the birth of a beast whose reverberating moans can still be heard today. Behold, a beginner’s guide to the origins of gothic rock!

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musicforstudying

Music Nerd: Music for Studying

The perfect sonic backdrop for studying has to be mellow enough that it won’t stress you out, but not so much that it will put you to sleep.

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Music Nerd: Sharon Van Etten and The Antlers

Are We There by Sharon Van Etten This album marks the first time I’ve really taken notice of Sharon Van Etten. I have heard her music before, and her previous album, Tramp, was produced by Aaron Dessner of my beloved The National. For whatever reason, her music just hadn’t clicked. That all changed when I […]

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