David Letterman's departure from the late-night realm won't just end an unmatched run on television. It also will close the book on an era reaching almost to the birth of TV.
To say that a movie feels like a dream is not automatically a positive statement. It all depends on the dream.
"Frog Music" (Little, Brown and Co.), by Emma Donoghue
In 1876 in San Francisco, amid a heat wave and smallpox epidemic, an idiosyncratic frog-catching, pants-wearing, bicycle-riding woman is fatally shot through the window of a railroad boarding house.
What to make of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah"? Perhaps that's the wrong question. Indeed, what NOT to make of "Noah"? Because it is so many things.
"Love & War" (Blue Rider Press), by Mary Matalin and James Carville
"Love & War" is the unlikely love story of one of America's best-known power couples and how their marriage has survived despite their sharply different political views.
The annual spring show for JC Home Educators Teen Club is “Gone with the Breeze.” This is the 14th year the group has performed a show.
On Thursday, Animal Planet will officially unleash for advertisers the channel's programming for the coming year. Its stable of stars will range from puppies and kitties to killer whales, endangered rhinos and a family of snow wolves.
Errol Morris spent more than 30 hours interviewing Donald Rumsfeld. He sifted through thousands of memos — "snowflakes," Rumsfeld called them — from the former secretary of defense and architect of the Iraq war.
Taste of Home is bringing its cooking school to Mid-Missouri. The event, sponsored by the News Tribune, is at 4 p.m. Thursday at Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.
More than 40 students at Cole County R-5 High School will present “The High-Schooler’s Guide to the Galaxy” at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday.
Lars von Trier's four-hour "Nymphomaniac," which is being released in two "volumes," is a sexual odyssey that could be described as thoughtful, provocative, ridiculous, comically deranged, electrically composed, occasionally beautiful, unforgettable and terrible.
A Saudi Arabian man injured in the Boston Marathon bombings has filed a defamation lawsuit against Glenn Beck, accusing the conservative commentator of calling him "the money man" behind the attack.
CBS News says an editor made an "audio error" in dubbing the sound of a loud traditional car engine over footage of the much quieter Tesla electric car in a "60 Minutes" story that aired Sunday.
Kim Kardashian has waded into Syria's conflict, calling on fans through Twitter to save the ancient Armenian Christian village of Kassab, whose residents fled as rebels seized control of the hamlet in late March.
Even with slowing momentum for e-books and no new blockbusters such as "Fifty Shades of Grey," publishing held its own last year.