Comedy takes stage in Missouri Shakespeare Festival with "Twelfth Night"
Eventually, Jim Lile, producer of Missouri Southern State University's annual Missouri Shakespeare Festival, would like to put on a comedy and a tragedy each year.
Up stream: Bar owner starts Internet station featuring local music
Jon Buck thinks the music that plays in his bar, JB's Downtown Joplin, is outstanding -- so much so that he wants everyone to hear it.
Kansas City band featured at Joplin Pops concert
A Kansas City brass band will be featured to close out Pro Musica Joplin's annual season of chamber music.
Marta Churchwell: Internet, social networks open new markets for artists
I'm no social media enthusiast. I don't text, tweet or post Instagrams, and I consider the Internet to be a stalking game for hackers and advertisers. But I know what social media and the Internet can do for an artist.
Jeremiah Tucker: Report reveals costs of booking bands, but are they bargains?
You ever wonder how much it would cost to book your favorite band? Who doesn't?
Benji Tunnell: 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' kills with boredom
MacFarlane parlayed the good will he generated with the success of his previous film to get this movie green-lit and on screens.
Attraction allows guests to try out a Segway
Seven days a week, Hager and Jose help Branson visitors master the unique vehicle and navigate the two-acre paved course. Hager remembered his first Segway experience. It wasn't a smooth ride.
Pridefest planners celebrate sixth year
But for attendees of an annual festival celebrating LGBT lives, it's good to get away from politics and enjoy a day at the park, said Terie Caliguiri, treasurer of Joplin Pride.
Joplin band LiveWire to headline Friday Galena Days events
Joplin band Livewire, which has been recording in Nashville with the Way Out West Records label, will kick off a month-long tour today at Galena Days.
Comedy clarity: A.J Finney finds sobriety expands what he can joke about
Clean and sober for five months, Finney has observed a dramatic change on his comedy. His material has grown exponentially, and his life experiences have blossomed.
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