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St. Peter is just 'Singin' in the Rain'

Published Mar. 14 2019

It's an iconic movie scene and song — legendary actor Gene Kelly swinging around street lamps, dancing and "singin' in...

Cole County Historical Society earns 'Historic Preservation Recognition'

Published Mar. 10 2019

It was a first for the Cole County Historical Society and Museum and Jane Randolph Jefferson Chapter of the Daughters...

Giving girls confidence through mentorship

Published Mar. 9 2019

Local girls are building confidence and character using their voices and talents though the Girls Empowerment Zone, a program that...

'For those who wish to laugh'

Published Mar. 7 2019

The Joke Genies' tagline is: "For those who wish to laugh.""It is corny, but I love it," said comedian and...

MSU student wins Jefferson City Symphony Orchestra's piano competition

Published Mar. 7 2019

The Jefferson City Symphony Orchestra has performed Robert Schumann's "Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54" many times.

Everyone's favorite redhead to take audiences on NYC adventure

Published Feb. 28 2019

It's a "hard-knock life" for the young girls living at the New York City Municipal Orphanage during the Depression era.

'Learning to See' author stops by MRRL on national book tour

Published Feb. 28 2019

Elise Hooper's favorite photo from pioneering documentary photographer Dorothea Lange is not the one she is most known for.

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...

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...

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...

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...

Capital City Productions adds third week of shows for 'Million Dollar Quartet'

Published Jan. 31 2019

Start with Mr. "Blue Suede Shoes" Carl Perkins, and toss in the wild, rocking pianist Jerry Lee Lewis.

Hamlet's friends get the limelight 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead'

Published Jan. 17 2019

They are minor characters but play a significant role in William Shakespeare's iconic tragedy "Hamlet.

Learning on the fly

Published Jan. 13 2019

Dan Howard and his son Bob are avid fishermen.The Chamois residents enjoy cruising the waters of Mid-Missouri and beyond catching...

Midwest bluegrass musicians perform, honored at annual SPBGMA event

Published Jan. 10 2019

Its a weekend full of bluegrass music from the Midwest's top bands of the genre, awards for their continued talents...

JCMOMA asks 3-5 graders to paint 'making a better world' in art contest

Published Jan. 10 2019

Jefferson City area students' grades were encouraged "To Be Free" with their original art submissions during the Jefferson City Museum...

Improv group delivers show for CCP fundraiser

Published Jan. 10 2019

After a successful fundraiser featuring Off the Cuff Improv Group last fall, Capital City Productions is bringing them back for...

Flock to Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days this weekend

Published Jan. 3 2019

It is a annual tradition for eagles and humans.Celebrating its 18th year, Ameren Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days...