Travis Fischer

06/27/2017 - 4:19pm
When is a children's property no longer for children? A couple weeks ago I finally caught the "Power Rangers" movie that came out earlier this year. It was fine. Not great. Not terrible. I would watch another one if another one gets made, but who knows if that will happen. The movie didn't tank, but it definitely underperformed. Last week, in an interview with Screenrant,...
06/20/2017 - 2:20pm
Another E3 has come and gone. The Electronic Entertainment Expo is the annual showcase of what gamers can look forward to for the next year and while this year's event may have been milder than ones in the past, there were still plenty of standouts and surprise announcements. Here are six of the most interesting games that were either...
06/13/2017 - 5:36pm
The Golden Age       It's hard to believe how far Marvel Studios has come since 2008.      Once upon a time, in the early 2000's, characters like Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor were b-list heroes that had long since been overshadowed by Spider-Man and the X-Men. Today they are household...
06/06/2017 - 4:55pm
This year's Independence Day could be more explosive than most. Earlier this year the state legislature passed a law that would make firework sales legal in Iowa for the first time in nearly eight decades. However strict rules and regulations still apply. While firework sales are legal, they aren't legal all the time. Instead, the state...
06/06/2017 - 4:44pm
They did it. They finally did it. With "Wonder Woman," Warner Bros. has finally made an unquestionably good super-hero movie for the first time since Christopher Nolan was helming the Batman franchise. For the past six years Warner Bros.' attempts at crafting a DC Cinematic Universe to rival that of Marvel Studios has been met with...
05/30/2017 - 4:52pm
The Hampton Tree Board held another planting day on Thursday, May 25, seeding the city with another wave of saplings. Two White Oak trees were planted on behalf of Ron Paine. One at the Franklin County Law Enforcement Center, where there was once an old baseball field, and one at Waterworks Park, donated by Darin Schrader. "We chose the white...
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