“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.
Big Slick Celebrity Weekend hosts Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle and David Koechner, along with their famous guests including comedian Seth Herzog and singer David Cook, entertained the Midland crowd and helped raise a record $1.75 million for Children's Mercy.
Big Slick Celebrity Weekend hosts Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle and David Koechner, along with their celebrity guests, greeted fans on the red carpet Saturday morning before heading in for their bowling tournament in Overland Park.
Actors Paul Rudd, David Koechner, Eric Stonestreet and Rob Riggle visited patients from Children's Mercy Hospital on Friday, the benefactors of the Big Slick celebrity fundraising weekend, in its 8th year of raising money for the hospital.
Jason Seber, an assistant conductor with the Kansas City Symphony, talks about the intricacies of playing John Williams' score for the Harry Potter movie. He is not the conductor for this show but has conducted other such concerts.
Adam West, whose straight-faced portrayal of Batman in a 1960s TV series lifted the tight-clad Caped Crusader into the national consciousness, has died at age 88. West died on Friday night after "a short but brave battle with leukemia," his family said in a statement.
Actor James Marsden was a highlight of last year's Big Slick Celebrity Weekend red carpet, where celebrities greeted fans before heading into their bowling tournament outside Pinstripes in Overland Park. David Koechner, one of the five Big Slick hosts, then tried to show him up. Marsden will return for this year's charity event.
Los Angeles Police Department motorcycle Officer Booker hopped off his bike at the downtown Cuban American Music Festival last weekend and showed his moves. "Who knew LAPD Motor Officers could move like this when they get off their bikes," tweeted LAPD HQ with the video.