Tours on the USS Arizona Memorial have been suspended indefinitely after a vessel struck and damaged the structure’s dock Wednesday, the National Park Service said.
They couldn't be rattled. They couldn't be denied. Gokul Venkatachalam and Vanya Shivashankar had worked too hard and come close too many times not to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Jefferson City’s two public swimming pools are open for the next almost three months of business, beginning at noon today.
A man once exposed on MTV’s “Catfish” reality show about online scams was charged Wednesday with calling in fake threats against Metro stations, buses and trains in the nation’s capital.
Martin Duggan, longtime editorial page editor of the old St. Louis Globe-Democrat and host for 23 years of the local TV public affairs show "Donnybrook," has died.
An impressive field of 283 young spellers was narrowed to 49 semifinalists during Wednesday's preliminary rounds of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The remaining spellers will compete on Thursday for more than $37,000 in cash and prizes.
Dennis Sheehan, U2’s longtime tour manager, has died at a Southern California hotel, a day after the band kicked off a five-night stint in the Los Angeles area.
Hugh Ambrose, who wrote the World War II history “The Pacific” after years of researching for his father, the renowned historian Stephen Ambrose, has died at age 48.
Leaving behind the youth-skewing perspectives of "Monster House" and "City of Ember," director Gil Kenan not only delivers on the promise of Tobe Hooper's "Poltergeist," but significantly raises the stakes for similar PG-13 fare.
Keith Jarrett, "Creation" (ECM) and "Barber/Bartok/Jarrett" (ECM)
Keith Jarrett is celebrating his 70th birthday this month by simultaneously releasing two albums on the ECM label that show why he is in a league of his own as both a jazz and classical pianist.
Ad executives looking for a celebrity to endorse their product can’t do much better than actor Liam Neeson.
"The Lives of Robert Ryan" (Wesleyan University Press), by J.R. Jones
Actor Robert Ryan spent a good deal of his life promoting peace, civil rights and other social causes. In his long film career, he did something more daring: He willingly became the face of the very evils he denounced.
"The Perfect Letter" (Dey Street Books), by Chris Harrison
Leigh Merrill appears to have it all. She's an accomplished book editor at a prestigious publishing house who lives in a fabulous New York City apartment with an ideal boyfriend. But when she's faced with a marriage proposal, the only thing Leigh can think about is her one true love, Jake, who broke her heart.
The latest production for Scene One Theatre is the drama “ Flowers for Algernon.”
The 68th Cannes Film Festival was brought to a surprising close Sunday with Jacques Audiard's Sri Lankan refugee drama taking the festival's coveted top honor, the Palme d'Or.