There’s “clap back,” where celebrities go after haters on social media, and then there’s “clap back” Kim Kardashian West-style, where one of the biggest names in the game takes on a 19-year-old, actress Chloe Grace Moretz.
George Martin, the producer who guided the Beatles to astounding heights, has died, his manager says. He was 90.
Helias Catholic High School is presenting the British musical “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” and according to director Joyce Weber it is the first time it has been performed in this area.
There is trouble in River City, Iowa, and Lighthouse Preparatory Academy is staging the production of “The Music Man” to tell our “River City” audience the story.
A local musician is trying to enhance the Jefferson City music scene by bringing the community together through song.
In V.E. Schwab’s “A Darker Shade of Magic,” Kell is a royal emissary able to travel across the veil into the four different Londons.
A Jefferson City woman is the first person in 24 years to guess all award winners correctly in the News Tribune’s annual movie contest.
Jason Bateman’s new Lake of the Ozarks-based series, “Ozark,” has landed on Netflix.
Gayle McCormick, the lead singer of the group Smith, which recorded the 1969 top-10 song "Baby, It's You," has died in suburban St. Louis.
Joey Feek, who with her husband, Rory, formed the award-winning country duo Joey + Rory, died Friday, her manager said.
Story book characters come to life in the 54th Annual Ice Show, “Off the Pages,” this weekend.
Can you save money if you pay only for the TV channels you watch?
Like other cable and satellite companies, AT&T is trying to win new customers by making it a little easier to sign up for and watch TV.
The Rolling Stones announced Tuesday that the group will play a free concert March 25 in Havana, becoming the most famous act to play Cuba since its 1959 revolution.
Play based on Russian fables brings comedy, satire to the stage
An early Neil Simon play is the latest production for Scene One Theatre.