The Leavenworth Times - Leavenworth, KS
Posted at 1:00 AM

The best way to approach this film is to immediately dispense with its problems. The first half is stronger and more entertaining than what comes after it. Due to the surprising, and surprising amount of, twists it takes, a second viewing wonít hold up, because youíll know all of those twists. When itís over, youíll realize how much of it doesnít make any sense, that some of the twists might have looked good on the page, yet really have no business being in the story.

Updated at 11:09 PM

aralin McKain is the executive director of the Kansas City Kansas Community College-Leavenworth Center. She talks about a training and certification course for food handlers.

Updated at 11:06 PM

John Reichley talks about the Kansas City Military Collectors Club Show set for March 7 at the Riverfront Community Center.

Updated at 11:02 PM

Looking for a challenge? How about a walk across Kansas?

Updated at 10:59 PM

Roses aren't hard to grow, but they do require attention.

Updated at 10:55 PM

can appreciate the comments of Mr. Hammell's letter, "Opinion piece misses the mark." But I feel he has missed the mark a couple of times.

Updated at 10:39 PM

[WARNING: The following recap contains major spoilers about How to Get Away with Murder's season finale. Read at your own risk.]And it was...

Updated at 9:19 PM

Storybrooke's Savior is feeling the love!When Once Upon a Time returns on Sunday...

Posted at 10:05 PM

The clock is ticking for Dr. Herman (Geena Davis) on

Updated at 8:13 PM

This fake movie trailer "starring Fake Bradley Cooper" won't pull down $320 million in the box offices but it already has just under a million YouTube views.

Updated at 7:53 PM

City centers around the country are becoming younger, more affluent and more educated, while inner suburbs are seeing poverty rates rise, according to a new study from the University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.

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