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Letterman’s farewell show was the perfect valediction

With help from four presidents, David Letterman said farewell to late-night television Wednesday night, shedding no tears, but arousing plenty of laughter, nostalgia and melancholy. The finale of “Late Show With David Letterman” ran almost 18 minutes long, and it was filled lots of self-deprecating humor.

Dish With Gish: Dinner Lab supper clubs pop up in Kansas City

Dinner Lab, a social supper club that organizes pop-up restaurants in 30 U.S. cities, debuted in Kansas City this month with a Mexican meal prepared by Chicago chef Daniel Espinoza at a Crossroads District art gallery. Kansas City members pay an annual fee of $125 to get invites to Dinner Lab events in 30 cities. Members also pay to attend meals, which usually cost $50 to $80, with drinks and gratuity included. Each member can bring up to three guests to an event.

‘Tomorrowland’ points to an uncertain future: 2 stars

It’s overwritten, overcomplicated and overlong. But if you can get past its narrative muddle, really irritating dialogue and a plethora of unanswered questions, “Tomorrowland” offers a potent metaphor about the triumph of human hope and ingenuity.

Dish With Gish: Dinner Lab supper clubs pop up in Kansas City

Dinner Lab, a social supper club that organizes pop-up restaurants in 30 U.S. cities, debuted in Kansas City this month with a Mexican meal prepared by Chicago chef Daniel Espinoza at a Crossroads District art gallery. Kansas City members pay an annual fee of $125 to get invites to Dinner Lab events in 30 cities. Members also pay to attend meals, which usually cost $50 to $80, with drinks and gratuity included. Each member can bring up to three guests to an event.

‘Tomorrowland’ points to an uncertain future: 2 stars

It’s overwritten, overcomplicated and overlong. But if you can get past its narrative muddle, really irritating dialogue and a plethora of unanswered questions, “Tomorrowland” offers a potent metaphor about the triumph of human hope and ingenuity.

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Rolling Stones do a surprise show at small LA club ahead of tour

The Rolling Stones ripped through the intimate Fonda Theatre Wednesday with enough energy to fuel their entire 15-city North American tour. The band announced Wednesday morning it would perform a “club show” that night to kick off its Zip Code tour, which launches Sunday in San Diego. The surprise concert at the 1,300-person-capacity venue instantly sold out. And one fan outside the theater offered $4,000 for one ticket.