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John Galbraith Trio wins third round of Bands Battle 4 the Badges

Published Mar. 22 2018

The John Galbraith Trio will join Travis Feutz and Chemical Mass during the Bands Battle 4 the Badges music competition...

Bearly There team to throw final hoorah charity event

Published Mar. 22 2018

After eight years, the Bearly There Polar Plunge team will host a last hoorah for its annual "Flamin' Fellas" charity...

Salute to Veterans airshow planned in Columbia

Published Mar. 21 2018

The Salute to Veterans Memorial Day Weekend Celebration Airshow has come a long way since 1989.

Leonard Bernstein, social activist, is focus of new exhibit

Published Mar. 20 2018

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — In October 1979, Leonard Bernstein received a fan letter from a high school humanities teacher.

From the Stacks: Power of friendship found in 'Hello Universe'

Published Mar. 18 2018

Virgil is a shy child in a family of gregarious people. His parents call him Turtle because he never comes...

Photo Gallery: Bands vie for Battle 4 the Badges title

Published Mar. 18 2018

The Battle 4 the Badges music competition is closing in on the March 31 final competition.

It's the magical season for CDFY

Published Mar. 16 2018

It's magic time again in Jefferson City. The annual Gillam Family Illusions fundraiser for the Council for Drug Free Youth...

Travis Feutz Band wins second round of Bands Battle 4 the Badges

Published Mar. 15 2018

Travis Feutz and his band claimed the round two title March 10 in the inaugural Bands Battle 4 the Badges...

JC Community Symphonic Band concert on tap Sunday

Published Mar. 15 2018

The Jefferson City Community Symphonic Band will be performing their spring concert, "Big Band, No Strings Attached," on Sunday at...

A fairy tale ending for 'The Magic Flute'

Published Mar. 15 2018

A handsome, brave prince rescues a beautiful, innocent princess while evil powers try to stop him and newfound friends rush...

Do Oscars and Grammys indicate awards shows losing appeal?

Published Mar. 14 2018

NEW YORK (AP) — After Nielsen's brutal morning-after report cards for the Oscars and Grammys this winter, it's worth asking...

Downtown serving up dinner dash

Published Mar. 14 2018

Mid-Missouri residents will get to sample some of the best cuisine downtown Jefferson City has to offer next week.

How to stream March Madness when the boss isn't around

Published Mar. 13 2018

NEW YORK (AP) — March Madness begins today. And that may mean strategizing to sneak in some games when the...

Men's art on tap at Capital Arts

Published Mar. 12 2018

Growing up on a family farm in Vandalia, Alan Stoutz learned to appreciate outdoor structures, such as old barns.

High school musicals, teen angst star in new drama 'Rise'

Published Mar. 10 2018

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Even if you're trying to put the squeeze on a ballooning TV watchlist, consider the pedigree...

Helias' 'Beauty and the Beast' on tap this weekend

Published Mar. 8 2018

Mrs. Potts has returned to take charge of the beast's castle and to once again highlight the transformative power of...

'Dependence Day' returns to Scene One Theatre

Published Mar. 8 2018

Shortly after founder Mark Wegman opened Scene One Theatre in 2005, his original play "Dependence Day" hit the black box...

Chemical Mass wins first round of Bands Battle 4 the Badges

Published Mar. 8 2018

Chemical Mass claimed the round one title in the inaugural Bands Battle 4 the Badges music competition, which started March...