Jefferson City, MO 30° View Live Radar Fri H 43° L 37° Sat H 54° L 31° Sun H 42° L 22° Weather Sponsored By:

Student-led plays make up annual One Act Festival

Published Feb. 21 2019

For nearly four years, three students have portrayed a plethora of characters in various dramatic productions on the Calvary Lutheran...

‘Jitterbugs’ and ‘Go Dog Go’ deliver theatre for young children

Published Feb. 21 2019

Dogs work, enjoy lunch, play baseball, sail in boats and race in cars. It brings back childhood memories while reading...

‘No One Fights Alone’

Published Feb. 21 2019

Helping support local music lover and business owner Jenny Babcock, seven bands will volunteer their talents during the “No One...

Healthy Life: Reducing memory loss in men

Published Feb. 20 2019

According to the American Academy of Neurology, there is a definite connection between foods frequently eaten and retaining memory.

First-ever 'Jeopardy!" team contest draws top champions

Published Feb. 19 2019

CULVER CITY, Calif. (AP) — Glance around the "Jeopardy!" set during rehearsals for its first team championship and it's easy...

Capitol City Cinema presents animated short films, the live-action shorts

Published Feb. 18 2019

Several moviegoers at Capitol City Cinema watching Oscar-nominated films Sunday agreed that short films shouldn't get shorted during this year's...

On Display: Lorraine McFarland's love of art continues to develop and grow

Published Feb. 17 2019

This week's featured artist, Lorraine McFarland, is a gifted teacher who brings her joy for art, nature, heart and soul...

1st Amendment Flow spotlights independent hip-hop, raises money for veterans

Published Feb. 14 2019

Marco Patterson is an advocate for causes close to his heart, and he uses his passion for and talents in...

Last weekend to screen Oscar Nominated Shorts at Capitol City Cinema

Published Feb. 14 2019

Screenings of the 2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts will continue through Sunday at Capitol City Cinema.For more than a decade, ShortsTV...

Healthy Life: Grapefruit and medications

Published Feb. 13 2019

While I have many memories of my dear grandmother, many of the more vivid memories involve standing with her in...

Female acts, rap songs win big at the Grammy Awards

Published Feb. 11 2019

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Women returned at the Grammys on Sunday as female acts won album of the year and...

Mariia and Tom Wade: A real love story

Published Feb. 10 2019

"Patience, trust and a little bit of magic."This makes the perfect foundation for a romantic love story fit for the...

Ask a Master Gardener: Moth flies, growing grapes and a stressed maple tree

Published Feb. 10 2019

Q: We are seeing little flies in our house. Are they anything harmful, like termites?

On Display: Contrasts in life are important to artist Jim Dyke

Published Feb. 10 2019

This week's featured artist is Jim Dyke.While attending Jefferson City High School, Dyke was able to take classes at Nichols...

An unforgettable journey involving spies make up 'The Alice Network'

Published Feb. 10 2019

Kate Quinn has written a captivating novel alternating between the historical periods of 1915 and 1947.

Grammy weekend kicks off with honor for Dolly Parton

Published Feb. 10 2019

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nobody pokes more fun at Dolly Parton — all hair, sequins, nine-inch nails and five-inch stilettos...

The Little Theatre presents ‘Mamma Mia!’

Published Feb. 7 2019

Natalie Wittenberger has only seen the jukebox stage musical “Mamma Mia!” once. However, the 20-something remembers being 9 years old,...

SPO partners to present ‘Baroque Concerto: Encore’ concert

Published Feb. 7 2019

The definition of a concerto is a musical composition of three movements where one solo instrument is accompanied by an...

Healthy Life: Handling nutritional curveballs

Published Feb. 6 2019

Working in the medical field and specifically in dietetics, we are bombarded on a daily basis with nutrition information.