The student news site of Emporia State University.

Granada has a Bad Hair Day

Granada has a Bad Hair Day

January 29, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Hornet Life

  All Photos by Jenny Pendarvis... Read more »

Palate Pleaser

March 15, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment

Whether you’re a true Irishman or a once a year wannabe, these drink ideas will help anyone get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. But as always, remember to drink responsibly. The Bulletin does not endorse underage drinking.   Green Dublin Apple Cocktail 2 oz Michael Collins Irish whiskey 1 oz sour... Read more »

“John Carter” is old-school adventure

“John Carter” is old-school adventure

March 15, 2012
Filed under Archives, Opinion Columns, Reviews

Bounding into theaters on a wave of hype, Andrew Stanton’s “John Carter” is a rousing adventure tale the likes of which can only come from old-school, sci-fi pulps. John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) is a post-Civil War era confederate cavalryman from Virginia who’s grown tired of war. But when he... Read more »

“The Lorax” is entertaining, enlightening

“The Lorax” is entertaining, enlightening

March 8, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment, Reviews

With an all-star cast of voices, brilliant visuals and a great message, “The Lorax” is an entertaining return to a classic Dr. Seuss tale. Ted (Zac Efron) is a young boy who’s searching for the one thing – a tree – that will help him win the affections of Audrey (Taylor Swift). But in the... Read more »

Students jam to Karaoke LIVE

Students jam to Karaoke LIVE

March 1, 2012
Filed under Archives, Coverage, Entertainment, News

Black Student Union kicked off its first annual Karaoke LIVE event Tuesday night. About 30 people showed up to either sing or watch. The event was co-sponsored by BSU and Kappa Sigma. “We thought it would be cool to bring everyone together to do something fun and exciting that we hoped everyone... Read more »

EAC brings fresh acts to Emporia

March 1, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment, News, Previews

In order to spice up Emporia’s culture, the Emporia Arts Center is bringing two unique acts to the Granada Theatre. The Kenya Safari Acrobats are set to perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The second show is Black Violin, which will be at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday. “We thought that (these acts) would have a br... Read more »

“Act of Valor” is ultra-realistic thriller

March 1, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment, Reviews

What originally began as a recruitment film has evolved into something more, although, not much more, mind you. Wrapped in patriotism and clichés, “Act of Valor” doesn’t do much to disguise its origins, but the action is good enough that it more than makes up for that. “Act of Valor” tell... Read more »

“Safe House” is forgettable spy flick

February 16, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment, Reviews

“Safe House” is one of those movies that you’ll find in 10 years and think, “Oh hey, I didn’t know those two did a movie together, I should check it out.” Then after watching it, you’ll realize why you’d never heard of it before. Denzel Washington plays the shadowy and epically name... Read more »

Broadway dancers illuminate Granada stage

February 9, 2012
Filed under Archives, Coverage, Entertainment, News

Families and students flocked to the Granada Theater on Saturday for a light show performance of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Ugly Duckling” and Aesop’s fable “The Tortoise and the Hare.” The show was presented by the Emporia Arts Council and was produced by the Corbian Visual Arts and ... Read more »

“The Woman in Black” is chilling tale of horror

February 9, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment, Reviews

Terror and chills abound in James Watkins’ new film, “The Woman in Black.” Classic techniques of horror are used to terrifying effect as we see Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) menaced by the eponymous woman in black. Stealthy noises in the night, a glimpse of a shadow out of the corner of your ... Read more »

“It’s Not You, It’s Me"

February 9, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment

“It’s Not You, It’s Me” Top 10 Worst Breakup Lines Compiled by The Bulletin staff 1. I’ve been seeing a lot of your sister lately. 2. I guess I’m just into girls now. 3. This might be the booze talking, but I think we should break up. 4. You look at lot different with the lights on. 5. I ju... Read more »

“The Grey” is harrowing tale of survival

February 1, 2012
Filed under Archives, Entertainment, Reviews

While we might have some unseasonable warmth around here, “The Grey” brings unrelenting cold to the bigscreen, and I don’t just mean the temperatures. A group of workers, including Ottoway (Liam Neeson), from a hellish oil pumping station are flying out for leave when their plans are de... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

The student news site of Emporia State University.
Entertainment