Broadway-goers this fall will get a special treat — James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson sharing the same stage again.
While Super Bowl XLIX commercials were more sensitive and less gender offensive than in past years, women and people of color remain vastly underrepresented among the creative directors who are producing those ads, according to a diversity study released Wednesday.
"American Warlord: A True Story" (Alfred A. Knopf), by Johnny Dwyer
Chucky Taylor's 2008 trial in Miami federal court was a sort of homecoming for a young man whose adolescence in Florida had been like so many others bored with the suburbs and longing for absent fathers.
Halestorm, "Into the Wild Life" (Atlantic)
Grammy-winning rock band Halestorm is out with its third studio album, "Into the Wild Life," 13 tracks of edge-free power rock, spurred on Lzzy Hale's strong vocals — if anything else.
Verizon is defending its new, cheaper cable packages that let customers choose groups of channels as media companies protest.
Late last spring, a doctoral student worked late into the night.
The aging actress has always been a deliciously potent subject for movies, from Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard" to Margo Channing in "All About Eve" and way beyond.
"Blood on Snow" (Alfred A. Knopf), by Jo Nesbo
From its stunning opening line — "The snow was dancing like cotton wool in the light of the street lamps" — to its surprising and poetic ending, Jo Nesbo's latest novel is a dream.
"Ex Machina" establishes itself as a unique and deeply unsettling psychological thriller that's both necessary and unforgettable.
"Coal Wars: The Future of Energy and the Fate of the Planet" (Palgrave Macmillan), by Richard Martin
Fierce conflicts over coal are taking place around the globe, but author Richard Martin says the decline and ultimate demise of the fuel that powered the Industrial Revolution is inevitable and cannot be reversed.
The ninth annual Capital City Cook-Off and the Buck-a-Bone barbecue and rib competition fundraiser has been scheduled for Friday, April 24 in Jefferson City.
Returns home to pay homage to his late father
When Steve Sturm was a kid, he loved making music so much he would stack up books and magazines from the family collection to create a drum kit of sorts in the living room.
Bachman, "Heavy Blues" (Linus Entertainment)
Where has THIS been for the past four decades? Randy Bachman, who made classic rock history with Bachman-Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who, has recorded his best album since 1976.
“Quill prevails when the strong survive” is the motto of the isolated island of Quill.
Musical chairs is a common game on "The Voice." Pharrell is sitting in a seat originally owned by CeeLo Green and once occupied by Usher, while Shakira and Gwen Stefani have filled in when Christina Aguilera took a hiatus from the show.