Stories by Shelley
The Goodrich Capital 8 Theater is throwing an Oscar watch party on Sunday. Admission is free, and will feature trivia contests and prize giveaways during the commercial breaks of the live broadcast, starting at 6 p.m.
Poker night has long been a popular male pastime, but for one group of friends it has been a tradition they’ve shared for the past 44 years.
After four years paying her dues in the entertainment business, Avery Phillips has landed her first big role in an upcoming movie. That’s impressive for any actor toiling away in Hollywood, much less one who’s only 9.
The first official screening event at Capitol City Cinema on Tuesday may have been a bit thrown together, but it served as a preview of the exciting potential for the permanent independent theater on High Street.
Jefferson City native changes focus to bolster acting career
After decades as an actor in Los Angeles, John Michael Herndon’s career seems to be finally taking off.
Sharing his vision with others
His belongings sit in a storage facility here in his hometown, but Jefferson City native Andrew Droz Palermo has been on the move. A graphic designer, photographer and cinematographer, the 29-year-old’s career has taken off this past year in a big way.
Capital 8 Theatres to screen 'Apparitional' on Saturday
A bit of Hollywood is coming to Jefferson City this Saturday when “Apparitional,” a supernatural thriller shot at the now closed Missouri State Penitentiary late last year, premieres with a red carpet followed by a midnight screening at the Goodrich Capital 8 Theatres.
What’s on the catwalk, JC?
A mix of styles from the past and present marked The Cole County Historical Society’s Finishing Touch Fashion and Vintage Accessory Show on Monday.
Like with our own health, a preventative approach to car maintenance can ward off some major problems down the road.
An evening of elegance, ambiance
There was no official Hollywood-style red carpet Monday evening at the Inaugural Ball, but I had no trouble finding fashion savvy guests roaming freely throughout the Missouri Capitol for this final event in a day full of activities.
Christie Thompson always thought she was the picture of health.