The first jewelry Kas Jacquot ever made was a simple, silver turquoise ring for her then 15-year-old daughter, Toni Michelle.
The last time we caught up with actor Avery Phillips, the 10-year-old was working on “Stockholm, Pennsylvania,” a full-length feature film about Leia, a young girl held captive for 17 years and is then reunited with her parents.
As the first day of deer season was well underway on Saturday, a group of area women gathered together for a special evening. While there would be dinner and dancing this was not your typical girl’s night out, but a Doe’s Night Out – The “Breast” Party in Town.
Anyone driving on Edgewood Drive or walking along the greenway may have noticed some unusually large flower art installations that have sprouted up in the past few weeks.
While he isn’t a household name or famous by any means, Charlie Weber Jr. is a working actor in Hollywood.
A 77-year-old employee at Lowe’s in Jefferson City was honored Tuesday as Missouri’s Region 5 winner in the 24th annual “Outstanding Older Workers of the Year” contest.
Strutting their style
The ladies who lunch came out in a big way to support breast cancer awareness at the Strut your Style fashion show/luncheon on May 5 at the Jefferson City Country Club.
After a successful run on the film festival circuit, two Mid-Missouri filmmakers will bring “We Always Lie to Strangers” to Capitol City Cinema in downtown Jefferson City.
A longtime advocate for the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, Judi Jecmen is one of 13 artists in the country whose artwork was selected to appear in the organization’s nationally distributed 2014 Creativity and Parkinson’s Calender.
Brenda Doyle, director of senior services for Cole Country, organized a party to honor and thank the volunteers of Cole County for their service to dozens of organizations in the community.