Mike Gordon, "Overstep" (ATO Records)
When Mike Gordon steps away from his day job playing bass for mega jam band Phish, he tends to get even more experimental and weird than normal, which is saying a lot.
"Influx" by Daniel Suarez, (Dutton)
Imagine a world where scientific breakthroughs are kept under lock and key. This is the terrifying scenario in Daniel Suarez's innovative and thought-provoking new novel, "Influx."
Annual performance features creatures
Jefferson City’s figure skaters will head “Into the Wild” this weekend at the 52nd Annual Ice Show at the Washington Park Ice Arena.
A U.S. appeals court ordered YouTube on Wednesday to take down an anti-Muslim film that sparked violent riots in parts of the Middle East and death threats to the actors.
Now that the NHL season has resumed following the long Olympic break, hockey fans are about to get an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at what went on in Sochi.
The Goodrich Capital 8 Theater is throwing an Oscar watch party on Sunday. Admission is free, and will feature trivia contests and prize giveaways during the commercial breaks of the live broadcast, starting at 6 p.m.
Disney is launching a digital movies app that allows fans to store movie purchases online and play them back over Apple devices and computers.
President Barack Obama says the late actor and director Harold Ramis, a native of his hometown of Chicago, was one of America's "greatest satirists."
Even international spies have trouble balancing work and family life, according to "3 Days to Kill," the latest lightweight action pic from writer-producer Luc Besson, here forming an unlikely (or perhaps unholy) trinity with director McG and star Kevin Costner.
"The Counterfeit Agent" (Putnam), by Alex Berenson
"The Counterfeit Agent" is the eighth spy thriller penned by Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter with a keen eye for plot, telling (and often bloody) details and, perish the thought, well drawn but hardly overwrought characters.
Joseph Tran started his incredible journey as a 10-year-old with a deck of cards. He’s since become a student of theater and psychology, an actor and a theater set-builder. He’s worked in film post-production, toured the country as a performer and graduated from college.
Playwright Arthur Miller’s 1947 play “All My Sons” is the current presentation by Capital City Players. This was Miller’s first successfully produced play, and it won a Tony Award.
Scene One Theatre is presenting a mystery thriller for the first time in its history.
The Taste of Home Cooking School is coming April 3 to Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City. To purchase tickets, call 573-761-0277.
Oscar-nominated documentarian Danfung Dennis believes the next evolution in filmmaking will be to surround viewers with images in 360 degrees — directly on their noggins.