- Entertainment: Jason Derulo, Jordin Sparks, Jay Z, Annie Leibovitz, Miley Cyrus
- Dancing with the Stars features Disney songs and eliminations
- Coachella 2014 first weekend brings musical favorites
- Entertainment: Mila Kunis, Flavor Fav, Johnny Depp, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William
- Red Carpet fashions on display at MTV awards
- The Evolution of singer Miley Cyrus
- MTV Movie Awards
- Entertainment Rihanna, Duchess Kate, Prince William, Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Nicholas Cage
- Entertainment: Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Kaley Cuoco, Emma Stone, Rihanna, Jamie Foxx
- Dancing with the Stars: Switching partners and no one voted off
- Prince George charms fellow toddlers in New Zealand
- Entertainment: Miley Cyrus, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Cameron Diaz, Robin Thicke
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A former child model and aspiring actor is accusing "X-Men" franchise director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him as a teenager in a federal lawsuit filed in Hawaii.
Court records show Will Arnett has filed for divorce from Amy Poehler more than 18 months after the comedians announced their separation.
Rob Magees barbecue restaurant and bar is scheduled to open Saturday at 1000 W. 39th St. His goal: Bring barbecue up to the next level full-service, competition barbecue with upgraded beers and wines and specialty cocktails.
In one weekend, The Stars Jeneé Osterheldt checked out the late-night drinks at Drunken Worm, 1405 W. 39th St., the light lunch at iPho Tower, 3623 Broadway, and the desserts at Baked in Kansas City, 706 Westport Road, and didnt break the bank.
Pianist Brad Mehldau and composer Nathan Davis put on competing shows Saturday. Each is guaranteed to draw some audience away from the other. The bad part is that the jazz fan faces a difficult decision. The good part is that neither choice is wrong.
Legendary blues guitarist B.B. King wants his St. Louis fans to give him another chance after an erratic performance led to a stream of audience catcalls and early departures.
Thousands of fans who were disappointed by the cancellation of the Miley Cyrus show on Tuesday can hope she will return on another date, but as of now, no plans have been announced to reschedule the Sprint Center show or tonight’s show at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
John Cale rarely caters to the desires of his fans. Throughout his extensive career, Cale has made iconoclastic music on his own terms. His appearance at the Lawrence Arts Center was no different. Cale focused on obscurities rather than performing the material that's generally considered to be his most important work.
This year, Inks Middle of the Map Film Festival boasts a lineup of 28 features (and a collection of shorts). The entries exhibit a strong anchor in musical themes. But there is comedy, action, mystery and fantasy to be found as well. Among the highlights is Every Everything: The Music, Life and Times of Grant Hart, a documentary about the former drummer/vocalist of Hüsker Dü (pictured).
Marlon Wayans isnt trying to change the world. He just wants to change your mood. He is known for kooky characters, but on a Friday afternoon he is no caricature. Decked out in jeans and a heather-blue sweater, he looks more athlete than class clown. Hes a hugger. And when he talks about his work, he talks about humility.
Still wondering why Channel 9 pushed meteorologist Lisa Teachman out the door earlier this year? So is she. I still dont know what happened, Teachman said Wednesday, the day after it was announced shell be joining KCTV-5s morning show.
Stephen Colbert will be paying a visit to CBS' "Late Show," his future home. The network said Tuesday that Colbert will be a guest on "Late Show with David Letterman" on April 22.
Robert Harlings classic tearjerker has enjoyed a long life since it become a long-running off-Broadway hit in 1987. It was the basis of a star-laden film in 1989, ran on Broadway in 2005 and became a TV movie with an African-American cast in 2012.
Kansas City Repertory Theatres 2013-14 season will end exactly the way it started: with a world premiere. The new musical A Little More Alive, a serious exploration of family secrets, began previews last weekend and officially opens Friday night. Chances are it will have a life after the Rep.
The Kansas City Symphony gave a solid performance for Friday nights concert in Helzberg Hall, led by guest conductor Gilbert Varga and joined by pianist André Watts. Varga directed the orchestra with full-bodied expressiveness and sympathetic gestures.
The 2014 Whitney Biennial the last biennial before the the Whitney Museum of American Art leaves its iconic Marcel Breuer structure on Madison Avenue for a new building downtown is overwrought and overthought, heavy on conceptual pretensions and light on passion and elan.