Daily Archive: Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Why we all need green in our lives

It’s the color of the Emerald Isle, the hue of sickness and envy, and a shade associated with grotesque monsters. And its most universal interpretation conjures imagery of nature, a vibrant symbol of the environmental movement and healthy living. Green, the mixture of blue and yellow, can be seen everywhere and in countless shades. In

Former UA president dies in Alabama

Former University of Arkansas President James “Jim” Martin died Saturday. He was 84. Martin oversaw five University of Arkansas campuses upon taking over as top administrator in 1980. Under his watch, a chancellor position was established to lead the Fayetteville campus, with B.A. Nugent named chancellor in 1981. Previously, the University of Arkansas president led

6 Filmmaking Tips from the Directors of Classic Universal Monster Movies

Are these the secrets to creating horror icons?  How do you make a great monster movie? Universal knew the secret for many decades, delivering numerous iconic characters, plus tons more creatures that don’t wind up in the monster mashes and crossovers and — starting with the latest remake of The Mummy — cinematic universes. Will the studio prove it’s still