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The definitive guide to your favorite watering holes, from packed pubs to under-the-radar dives.
Search The Star's restaurant dining guide by type of cuisine, location, vegetarian options and more, then link with the restaurant's website to check out complete menus.
Browse more than 50 local spots that dish up delicious fare for $5 or less.
More than three years after it closed, Westport mainstay The Corner Restaurant has been resurrected in the same spot but with new owners, a new decor and new menu. Executive chef Natasha Sears said the kitchen uses many local vendors, and makes about 90 percent of the menu from scratch on-site.
Oak Park Mall said it has signed local fast-casual chain Ingredient for its food court. Menu items include salads, grilled sandwiches, soups, wraps and panini, burgers, and gourmet pizzas.
Burt Bacharach knew writing a memoir would be emotional not because of his never-heard backstage tales or his tumultuous marriages. The famed pop composer, who was born in Kansas City, knew that being honest would force him to come to terms with the death of his daughter.
Carole King isn't done with music - not yet anyway.
There is a video going viral via social media called “Start a Mumford Band!” It’s a parody by a comedy troupe called the Key of Awesome, and it mocks a growing trend in music that seems ready to reach its breaking point.
The folks with the Kanrocksas Music Festival have announced that a limited quantity of $99 single-day passes for the fest are going on sale Monday.
Robin Roberts will tell the story of her battle with a life-threatening illness in a new memoir.
Donald Trump's Miss USA pageant will be hosted by a Jonas brother and an E! News personality.
In the raunchy comedy “3 Geezers!” J.K. Simmons plays an actor who prepares for a role by hanging out with the residents of a nursing home. But he quickly discovers he’s the butt of their ribald pranks.
The Coen brothers' resurrection of the pre-Dylan folk scene in Greenwich Village serenaded Cannes with its period music and melancholy tale of a self-destructive, feline-toting musician.
CBS has taken the scheduled season-ending episode of "Mike & Molly" off the air because its plot line revolved around a tornado threatening the couple.
Deception takes on new meaning in Rick Beyers mesmerizing documentary The Ghost Army, premiering Tuesday on PBS. Put simply, the film tells the story of a group of American soldiers who were hand-picked to deceive the Germans by impersonating entire platoons of GIs.
In “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage,” which runs through June 23 at the American Heartland Theatre, the writers tap-dance right up to the brink of saying something meaningful about society and sexual mores. But in every case, they pull back in favor of audience-participation antics, stereotyped Desi-and-Lucy banter, a few bad puns and jokes that fall flat.
Spinning Tree Theatre serves up a classy production of Michael John LaChiusas Hello Again, an American musical that embraces sex like few others.
After guiding the transformation of the Kansas City Symphony for 18 years, Shirley Helzberg is stepping down as chairwoman of the orchestra’s board. William M. Lyons, a former president and CEO of American Century Investments, will replace her.
A first edition copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" that contains author J.K. Rowling's notes and original illustrations is going on sale at a charity auction.