Christmas movies to enjoy over the holiday season

Angelica Kitchen, Plainsmen Post Staff

December 1, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion

There are a lot of movies out there to watch during the holidays. There can be a lot to choose from all ranging in different genres like comedy and drama. Don't know what movies to start with? Here is a list of some movies, channels...

The Morley Theatre gets a makeover

Angelica Kitchen, Plainsmen Post Staff

October 29, 2017

Filed under A&E, News

The Morley Theatre, located on Main St in Borger, was bought by Mitchell Theatres back in May of this year. They have closed the theatre down temporarily for renovations to change the overall look. The renovation list includes; the concession stand, flooring, seating areas as well...

Houses haunt the Amarillo area

Alexis Love, Plainsmen Post Staff

October 29, 2017

Filed under A&E, News

Halloween is a festive time of year where people can pretend to be someone else and receive free candy. Not only are there costume parties and trick or treating but another popular feature of Halloween is haunted houses. Haunted...

Opinion: New Aaron Carter fits in the mainstream

Mercedes Ott, Plainsmen Post Photo Editor

February 28, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion

Aaron Carter // LøVë “LøVë” is the newest EP of songs from singer, songwriter Aaron Carter. “Fool’s Gold” was the first single released on April 1. The EP includes four other songs and is the first set of mus...

Opinion: ’50 Shades’ shows genuine love story

Lilie Adkins, Plainsmen Post Social Media Editor

February 28, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion

The long awaited second part in E.L James’ erotica trilogy hit theaters on Feb. 10. As a reader of the books and a watcher of the first film of course I had to watch it. The film continues the “love” story of Anastasi...

Opinion: The best and worst of February

Jared Brown, Plainsmen Post Staff

February 28, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion

I was hoping that February 2017 would be uneventful. I knew Valentine’s Day was going to be disappointing no matter what because Persona 5, like a decent amount of games in recent memory, was delayed another two months. But on F...

Review: Vessels has sci-fi sound

Mercedes Ott, Plainsmen Post Photo Editor

February 1, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion

Vessels // Starset The album Vessels is a new and exciting piece of work that has come from American Cinematic Rock band, Starset. The album was released on Jan. 20th and immediately made the iTunes charts within hours. ...

Choir showcases area talent

Luke Wyatt, Plainsmen Post Staff

February 1, 2017

Filed under A&E, Showcase

For the first time in several years Frank Phillips College is home to a local choir. The choir is not necessarily a college choir, yet does accept college students into it’s ranks. The Panhandle Youth Choir (PYC) was officially...

Scales and Tails on Display at Show

Emory Elliott, Plainsmen Post Editor In Chief

December 1, 2016

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Geckos, snakes, and frogs – oh my! Amarillo Civic Center is home to different events during the year. One of these many events is the Amarillo Tri-State Reptile Show where reptile and other exotic animal vendors gather to...

Album Review: Starboy

Mercedes Ott, Plainsmen Post Photo Editor

December 1, 2016

Filed under A&E, Showcase

Canadian artist The Weeknd has been at the top for years now, and once again, he has taken over the charts with his new album Starboy. The two singles “Starboy” and “False Alarm” were almost released back to back, in Septe...

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