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Ships Ahoy! for JCHE Teen Club's 'The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree'

Published Apr. 12 2018

Looting ships at sea for gold and treasures, holding important prisoners for ransom and forcing enemies to walk the plank...

'Ameri-CAN-flag' wins first place in MOMA youth art contest

Published Apr. 7 2018

Seventh-grader Levi Yoder approached the Jefferson City Modern Museum of Art youth art contest's theme, "To Be Free," patriotically by...

'Jessica' shows 'every life matters'

Published Apr. 5 2018

It's a story of struggle, of life, of love. To its creator, veteran Christian playwright Curtis Wayne Treat, "Jessica" also...

Reuniting through dance

Published Mar. 31 2018

When talking about Lincoln University Dance Troupe, director Theressa Ferguson is reminded of a quote from a young American poet...

Foodies to unite at first Food Truck Friday

Published Mar. 29 2018

Imagine indulging in a smoked, saucy pulled pork on an all-beef hotdog, a buttery homemade biscuit hugging thick sliced ham,...

'From the Page to the Screen' compares book and film

Published Mar. 29 2018

Claudia Cook believes many film lovers are also readers; they love stories."They love to watch the stories they've read on...

Young artists encouraged to enter contest

Published Mar. 25 2018

Thornton Dial once said "my art is evidence of my freedom."He is known as a pioneering African-American artist whose body...

Jefferson City Community Concert Association to disband

Published Mar. 23 2018

The Jefferson City Community Concert Association announced Thursday the 2017-18 season will be its last.

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...

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...

Community events celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Published Mar. 9 2018

Those looking to celebrate their own Irish heritage or absorb a little luck of the Irish can partake in two...

'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...

Bands battle for an honorable cause

Published Mar. 1 2018

The inaugural Bands Battle for the Badges event begins this Saturday, inviting the public to enjoy three local bands' music...

Bands battle for an honorable cause

Published Mar. 1 2018

Hard rock, country, blues and many other genres regularly fill the weekly live music schedule of the increasingly popular Jefferson...

Lighthouse Prep, SGT present 'greatest story ever retold'

Published Mar. 1 2018

Audiences learn "somethin's a-brewin' in Gainesville," Georgia, from the opening song in the musical "Cotton Patch Gospel.

Telemedicine to allow SSM to remotely link to patients, hospitals

Published Feb. 27 2018

Connecting patients directly to top specialists at home is the idea behind telemedicine.

Hermann wine trail offers food pairing events

Published Feb. 18 2018

Imagine biting into a chocolate chip scone with brie cheese and berry black reduction complimented with a sip of Berry...

Teens deliver local plays during 24-Hour Theatre Project

Published Feb. 15 2018

Directing a play is on Amber Webb's bucket list. When the 14-year-old learned registration opened for the first session of...

Capitol City Cinema expanding after digital conversion

Published Jan. 31 2018

Since Capitol City Cinema announced late last year it would screen the critically acclaimed independent film "Lady Bird," audience anticipation...