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Brave New Brew

To the west, farther than the barren wasteland of Ames, rests the land of the Cornhuskers — more importantly, the home of Zipline Brewing Co.


Enter the slaughter house

Pass through the plastic-sheet doors and enter the slaughterhouse, in which blood stains the floor and raw meat hangs from the ceiling.


New spin on superstar

Religious films have struck movie theaters like a plague this spring, turning Biblical stories into spectacles of computer effects and melodramatic morality tales. But before Noah, The Bible, or even Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, there was Jesus Christ Superstar, and it rocked. Quite literally.


Young Adult author reads

The past decade has seen the rise of Young Adult books, stories written for children that were often disregarded and deemed as having minimal merit.


In the Aer

Four projects and just shy of 90,000 likes on Facebook, the "diverse duo" Aer remains unsigned with any record label.


More than red lipstick

While studying music and musical theater in college, Colleen Ballinger met a lot of confident people. Some of them, she believed, were too confident. Confident to the point of absurdity.


Your Next Brew: Zipline's India Red Ale


Ferreira to perform


Printmaking for a passion


TOUBA returns to FilmScene


Celebrating 101 years of Bill Sackter


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