Western Courier

Indie acts to play nearby

Indie acts to play nearby

September 19, 2012

Better with age

Better with age

September 19, 2012

Cat Power claws way back to top

steve lutz

September 19, 2012

Returning after a four-year break, Chan Marshall is back under her stage name Cat Power for the release of her ninth studio album, “Sun,” out Sept. 12 by Matador Records. Her last album of all-original material, “The Greatest...

Professor looks at the future of film

nolan porter

September 19, 2012

 When looking at recent advances in film technology, 3-D is the biggest advance that comes to mind. However, that is not the only change. Digital film and the internet have also changed film. Richard Ness, of Western Illinois U...

Whose Live Anyway?

Whose Live Anyway?

September 12, 2012

Upcoming play seeks justice

Hannah Schrodt courier staff

September 12, 2012

Murder. Social conflict. Gay rights. Justice. These are the subjects presented in the Western Illinois University Department of Theatre and Dance’s new production, “Execution of Justice,” by Emily Mann.It will be differ...

Cooking gets adventurous

Cooking gets adventurous

September 12, 2012

New novel plays with time

Petrillo Brittany courier staff

September 12, 2012

“The Time Keeper,” released on Sept. 4, begins with a man named Dor — or Father Time — being banished from Earth after basing his whole existence on measuring time and inventing the world’s first clocks. Finally, here...

Making classics modern

Kathryn Brostowitz courier staff

September 5, 2012

Since the 1940s, television has gone through countless changes. It has evolved from a prestigious news source, to a form of family entertainment, to a source of background noise while people write articles about television for their sc...

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