Joplin part of Israeli orchestra's first U.S. tour
Well established in its home country, a symphonic orchestra is making its first tour stops in the United States, and Joplin is on its itinerary.
Silver Dollar City highlights new creations, old favorites during spring break event
Joyce Burnett remembers her first roller coaster ride at Silver Dollar City. "I was just a kid," Burnett said, standing on Branson landing. "I might have been 10 or 11 years old. Fire in the Hole scared me so much. It was fun."
Jeremiah Tucker: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' should've featured real wolves
Like many people, I have Oscar fever. So this week I wrote about what "The Wolf of Wall Street" would've been like if it had been about an actual wolf who lived on Wool Street instead of Wall Street.
Benji Tunnell: 'Winter's Tale' causes introspection about review style
I took some flack recently for my review of "Labor Day." A very nice woman, whom I will leave anonymous so as not to taint her with any association with me, let me know in no uncertain terms that I wouldn't be married too long with my callous and adolescent view of women, marriage and children.
Marta Churchwell: Artists take risks when moving to self-employment
It's tough to turn your back on the security of a good job. I know. I've done it. It's scary. But if the desire is burning in you, it has to be done or you'll be haunted by regret.
Joe Hadsall: Old browser favorites export list like a time capsule
While searching through some old folders on my computer, I found a gem: an export list of favorites from Internet Explorer. The file was created back in 2001, before Google Chrome, before Mac OS X, before my obsession with sleight of hand.
Concert for a cause: Five bands to play in benefit for Miami food pantry
The First Baptist Church of North Miami Food Pantry has a walk-in freezer. It just can't be used. Yet.
Artists coalition members featured in exhibit
"What is Red?" is the theme of an exhibition by members of the Joplin Regional Artists Coalition to start Friday in the Hyde House Gallery of Carthage artCentral, 1110 E. 13th St.
Hypnotist Michael Anthony to mesmerize at MSSU
A board-certified hypnotherapist will put his mesmerizing skills on display next week.
Fundraising cabaret on Saturday to raise funds for Pridefest
A cabaret show will help raise funds for an upcoming event organized by Joplin Pride.
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