Silence is anything but golden when a young voice is taken — and, with it, the truth.
The Jefferson City Community Symphonic Band will host a traditional fall concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Missouri Capitol Rotunda.
"The Crossing" (Little, Brown and Co.), by Michael Connelly
Michael Connelly brings back both of his series characters, now retired detective Harry Bosch and criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller, in his latest novel, "The Crossing."
Various artists, "We Love Disney" (Verve Records)
"We Love Disney" takes thirteen of some the most iconic Disney tracks and puts them in the hands of contemporary hitmakers such as Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani and Fall Out Boy for a fresh update, but the album feels more like a pleasant hodgepodge.
"The Last of the President's Men" (Simon & Schuster), by Bob Woodward
For Bob Woodward, former President Richard Nixon and "the president's men" who surrounded him are the gift that keeps on giving.
Scene One Theatre is presenting the classic drama “Ordinary People.”
The story of a Springfield woman who allegedly faked a man's death to avoid paying a loan will appear on the Judge Mathis show Friday.
Def Leppard, "Def Leppard" (Mailboat Records)
With a diverse set of songs that range from potential arena anthems to driving rock ballads, it seems pretty obvious that Def Leppard wasn't taking any chances on their eponymously titled new album.
"Avenue of Mysteries" (Simon & Schuster), by John Irving
John Irving didn't manage to weave wrestling or New England into his 14th novel, "Avenue of Mysteries," but he ticks all the other boxes that will keep fans turning the pages.
Trey Anastasio, "Paper Wheels" (Rubber Jungle/ATO Records)
When Phish frontman Trey Anastasio settles into a groove, his latest solo record "Paper Wheels" shines.
Some light up, others are pretty in pink and still more burst forth like fireworks.
Legendary New Orleans musician Allen Toussaint, who racked up hits like “Working in a Coal Mine” and “Lady Marmalade” as a behind-the-scenes songwriter and producer before he gained new fame as a performer, died Tuesday, not long after a performance in Spain. He was 77.
They say history repeats itself, and that's never been truer than with the "Assassin's Creed" series. No matter where and when each game takes place, you know you'll get a hearty historical romp loaded with breathtaking acrobatics, bewildering conspiracies and beautifully realized re-creations of the world's great cities.
Edie Brickell and Steve Martin, "So Familiar" (Rounder Records)
Edie Brickell and Steve Martin weave a warm, endearing and lush musical landscape in their second record together, the perfectly titled "So Familiar."
"The Japanese Lover" (Atria Books), by Isabel Allende
Isabel Allende is partial to strong women, courtly manners and leftist politics. In her latest novel, "The Japanese Lover," she delivers all three in a stirring romance about a passionate love affair between a Jewish refugee from Nazi-occupied Poland and a Japanese-American gardener.