Rob Lowe says he has seen Bigfoot in the Ozarks, and it made him very afraid. The actor has a new show called “The Lowe Files,” which premieres at 9 p.m. Aug. 2 on A&E. He and his sons, Matthew and John Owen, investigate mysterious phenomena across the nation.
The new staging of George Orwell’s “1984,” which opened June 22, doesn’t omit the graphic torture scenes from Room 101. During these scenes in London, several audience members fainted and others vomited.
British singer/songwriter James Blunt will open all 48 shows of Sheeran’s 2017 North American tour, which begins Thursday in Kansas City. “I kind of think that perhaps three and a half months as the opening act for the world’s biggest male solo artist could end up being one of the most fun things I’ll do.”
It’s official: Alec Baldwin tells CNN that he will bring back his now-iconic Donald Trump impersonation to “Saturday Night Live” in the fall, though his appearances will be less frequent than they were last season.
Chow Town Live gets crazy with Pete and Janna Linde, owners of a second Meshuggah Bagels location in Overland Park. We’ll discuss bagel making, what makes a bagel “kosher” and then sample their new menu items.
The American Royal is emphasizing it is the world’s largest barbecue competition with a giant inflatable billboard featuring Smithfield ribs. The ribs may be larger than those of a blue whale’s. It can be seen by drivers on I-35.
“The Lowe Files” follows Rob Lowe and his two sons, Matthew and John Owen, as they travel through the country to explore infamous unsolved mysteries, a curiosity that Rob has had since his early childhood days and has now been passed down to his boys.
Official trailer for A&E's 'The Lowe Files'
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