The classic comedy “The Odd Couple” by Neil Simon is on the stage for The Little Theatre of Jefferson City.
The romantic musical “The Last Five Years,” with score by Jason Robert Brown, is the latest production by Capital City Players.
With a constant line out the gate, Harvest Fest featured complimentary food, drinks, pumpkin painting and tours of the mansion. Hundreds also turned out for the 15th annual Jefferson City Multicultural Fair that went on at the same time across the street.
In its 36th year Saturday, the Olde Tyme Apple Festival in Versailles proved why it still holds honors, with thousands of visitors in attendance for more than 20 different activities held throughout weekend.
One day, a patron came up to the information desk to express her disappointment the title “How to Survive the Loss of a Love” was checked out to someone else. She shared, “This book saved my life.”
New York City is marking the 150th anniversary of “Alice in Wonderland” with an array of events celebrating the adventures and characters in the beloved children’s tale.
Actors — men, women and of various ages — read lines from paper setting on music stands inside the Missouri River Regional Library Wednesday night in preparation for its upcoming Readers Theatre.
The 15th annual Jefferson City Multicultural Fall Festival is set for Saturday, along with the Harvest Fest at the Governor’s Mansion.
Festival celebrates 36 years
For more than 30 years, the annual Olde Tyme Apple Festival in Versailles has seen visitors enjoy its numerous fun-filled activities and contests, delicious apple-inspired and old-fashioned food, and true small town event aura.
The world of Nancy Meyers sure is beautiful. But her studied production design and dreamy interiors have become such a focal point, that they've almost eclipsed her storytelling.
"Can I Go Now? The Life of Sue Mengers, Hollywood's First Superagent" (Viking), by Brian Kellow
Movies that were brash and downbeat, mature and ambitious, even nasty and vulgar marked the New Hollywood of the late 1960s. Matching them in temperament was a new kind of talent agent, and Sue Mengers may have been the most colorful of the bunch.
Christina Aguilera has visited Haiti, Rwanda and Guatemala on relief effort trips, but last week in Ecuador she not only offered support to struggling and hungry children — she also connected with her roots.
The name of Apple’s new Mac operating system says a lot about what to expect.
Making a glass of Coke at home will soon be possible, if you don’t mind paying more than $300 for a machine that sits on your kitchen countertop.
"Why Not Me?" (Crown Archetype), by Mindy Kaling
Mindy Kaling may be gearing up for the fourth season of her TV show, "The Mindy Project," but that didn't deter her from writing another wildly entertaining and completely relatable book, "Why Not Me?"