A collection of classic holiday canticles will emanate from the Capitol Rotunda during Capitol Caroling, put on by the Jefferson City High School Fine Arts Department, at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
"My Mistake: a Memoir" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), by Daniel Menaker
Don't bother using it to convince others of the legitimacy of your passion or to persuade those whose money you spend buying book after book that your enterprise is valid.
A deadly epidemic had gripped a gold rush town in the impenetrable U.S. territory of Alaska nearly 90 years ago, transfixing the nation. A new film, "Icebound," documents the race against death and is opening the Anchorage International Film Festival this week.
With no red carpet, no podium, no television broadcast and no commercial breaks, Spike is forgoing with all the trappings of a typical awards show for Saturday's 11th annual ceremony honoring the year's best video games by doing away with the ceremony part altogether, instead opting for a casual affair streaming live from a space in downtown Los Angeles.
Boston "Life, Love & Hope" (Frontiers)
Give Tom Scholz credit for knowing one of the core tenets of business success: If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
The vast majority of feature-length silent films made in America have been lost due to decay and neglect over the past 100 years, allowing an original 20th century art form to all but disappear, according to a study released Wednesday.
Spotify, the Swedish music streaming service, is set to announce a new feature that will allow users to pick specific tracks and listen to them on mobile devices for free.
A Jefferson City man recently won $126,000 playing the Show Me Cash game with Missouri Lottery. Robert Mueller plans to buy a new Christmas tree and some new work shoes.
Dancers’ Alley is presenting its eighth production of “The Nutcracker” Sunday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Jefferson City at the Miller Performing Arts Center.
Megan Sappington is a one-woman force -- a suburban housewife who is writing the annual Christmas letter to friends and family.
Garth Brooks, "Blame It All On My Roots" (Pearl)
Garth Brooks offers fans a Christmas gift with a discount-priced box set that takes another look back rather than moving forward.
"The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams" (Little, Brown and Company), by Ben Bradlee Jr.
Ted Williams would have loved to see his Boston Red Sox go from worst to first and capture their third championship in a decade. Arguably baseball's greatest hitter, Williams appeared in only one World Series during his 19 years with the team, and his lackluster showing contributed to its 1946 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.
December’s first weekend is very busy with holiday activities in Jefferson City, starting at 5:30 tonight with the mayor's tree lighting. Living Windows is set for Friday evening.
The Jefferson City Christmas Home Decorating categories are City’s Best; Best Use of Lights; Best Religious Display; Best Use of Christmas Characters, and Christmas Elegance. New this year is the People’s Choice Award.
The 2014 Official Missouri Travel Guide has just been released, giving Missouri travelers plenty of options for Show-Me State trips. Order a free copy at VisitMO.com.