The new wave dance party at The Blue Note wasn’t just old punks. Although the music was a throwback to the ’80s, the crowd was a good mix of young and old. New wave music seems to appeal to people of all ages; it’s timeless.Continue Reading →
Looking for some quality barbecue, but don’t feel like dragging yourself off the couch? Look no further than Hickory Hills BBQ. Although located at 1210 Prathersville Rd, this family-owned eatery primarily distributes their food through Tiger’s Take-Out, so they’re just one phone call away.Continue Reading →
Officials at Republic High School banned Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five because of crude language and adult themes. They similarly nixed Sarah Ockler’s Twenty Boy Summer for sexual promiscuity, drunkenness, crude language and lying to parents.Continue Reading →
The book title could be the difference between manuscripts that cash in and publications that flop. Some titles, however, prompt readers to wonder, What were they thinking?Continue Reading →
It’s a time traveling week with a soldier who is trying to change the future, a group of medieval warriors defending their castle and some gold miners in the Wild West. Plus, a teenager learns the hard way that people aren’t always who they say they are on the Internet.Continue Reading →
Fans of Alfred Hitchcock are in luck because tomorrow the MU Summer Rep Theatre is offering buy one, get one free tickets to The 39 Steps for the final performances.Continue Reading →
This week, Amor Towles writes of debutantes, jazz and self-discovery in the 1930s, Felix Francis conjures a fictional murder at a horse race, rock icon Jerry Blavat releases his memoir and Clyde Edgerton explores race in the South during the 1960s through friendship and music.Continue Reading →
Let me preface this blog post with a disclaimer: I’m a vegetarian.
This fact might make me a little unqualified to write about the latest addition to Columbia’s restaurant scene, Mad Cow.Continue Reading →
Anthony Napoli is going to make you an offer you can’t refuse.
“Tony Nap” will be signing copies of his book, My Father, My Don: A Son’s Journey from Organized Crime to Sobriety,” Saturday afternoon at Barnes & Noble.Continue Reading →
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