Neosho fireworks show leads off holiday displays
For the third year in a row, the City of Neosho plans to light up the sky this weekend with its annual Celebrate Neosho festivities.
Brutal vacation: Members of Brutally Frank kick off tour with album release
It's a working vacation -- the best kind for a band that has been playing together since 2002. They may come back having made a profit, but even if they don't, that's OK because they gladly save up to play across the country. Klyntt calls it "therapy."
Blue October singer booked for solo Joplin show
The lead singer of Blue October will make a stop in Joplin for a solo acoustic show.
Marta Churchwell: Some quilts belong on a wall, not a bed
I'm talking about quilts that have as much in common with fine art as they do with traditional quilt-making. These are works of art that are rich in texture, technique and statement. They may incorporate photographs and digitally printed fabrics or beadwork and thread painting.
Jeremiah Tucker: Jack White, Black Keys see red over blues rock, but who wins?
Recently, Jack White accused The Black Keys of biting his sound, saying to Rolling Stone, "There are kids at school who dress like everybody else, because they don't know what to do, and there are musicians like that, too."
Benji Tunnell: 'How to Train Your Dragon 2" dazzles with a great story
It takes a little work to get through to my hardened heart. Most of the time, a movie feels as though it is trying too hard to stir emotion or elicit some type of response. Yet, on occasion, something will get to me.
Joe Hadsall: iHeartRadio assists in synth-pop trip
A few weeks ago, I was all set to buy The Black Keys' new album "Turn Blue," but for some reason I got distracted by Capital Cities' "Safe and Sound."
Crowder to present the tale of two Irish Brothers
Frank McCourt isn't exactly synonymous with "funny." The author is well known particularly for his heartbreaking memoir "Angela's Ashes," about how he grew up in a poor Irish family.
Stone's Throw comedy highlights couple's opposites
The story features two people handling brushes with death in different ways. Bennie is a survivor of a car crash that killed his wife and children, and Merriam survived an attempt at suicide.
Artistic inspiration: Events, businesses pair painting lessons with wine
It's a national trend that has taken root in Joplin, from restaurants offering a monthly event to a business dedicated entirely to it. The pairing of drinking and painting is taking off, and is fast becoming a staple for a creative date night or an artistic girls' night out.
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