Week of April 10, 2022: It's the KPR Presents Book Club!
When Kevin Willmott was in fifth grade, a comic book gave him his first lesson in Black history.
A familiar face in Kansas filmmaking who has ties to Salina is returning to the city this week for a free screening of his latest film.
Five years after installing a Neve® Genesys Black G32 console in its Film & Media Studies Department, the University of Kansas has made its desk even more powerful by installing two 8-channel Neve dynamics cards.
There are two sides to Kevin Willmott. One writes films, wins Oscars, and works with Hollywood superstars like Spike Lee and John David Washington. The other teaches in a small Kansas town, laughs at his own jokes, and enjoys nothing more than kicking up his feet to the TV.
The figure of the gargoyle is key to appreciating the early 20th-century British writer G.K. Chesterton, author John Tibbetts believes.
Last summer, Chloe Burns was looking for an outlet.
Former residents of La Yarda, the East Lawrence housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers from 1920-51, and many of their descendants attended a screening of a film about the neighborhood Saturday evening.
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