Over the course of more than a dozen studio albums, the quintet from East Los Angeles has covered folk, blues, R&B, film scores, and traditional and experimental rock. But on Friday night, the set list focused on traditional Tex-Mex and Latin American songs, with a few originals tossed in for good measure.
The King County medical examiner has confirmed that a body found in a ravine in the Seattle suburb of Auburn is that of missing actress Misty Upham, known for her roles in "August: Osage County," "Frozen River" and "Django Unchained."
Let the silliness begin. Some San Francisco radio stations have banned Lorde’s monster hit, “Royals,” during the World Series. In response, 99.7 The Point in Kansas City announced Sunday that it will play the song “on the hour, every hour, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.”
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In second place, but far behind DiDonato, is former “American Idol” David Cook, a Blue Springs native. Third is Lorde, whose hit “Royals” was inspired by a picture of Royals great George Brett in National Geographic.
U2 singer Bono says his ever-present sunglasses are not a rock-star affectation – he has suffered from glaucoma for 20 years. The condition – a buildup of pressure that can damage the optic nerve – can make the eyes sensitive to light.
AMC’s upcoming “companion project” for “The Walking Dead” has entered the casting phase. Still untitled, the spinoff to the cable network’s ratings monster is expected to debut in 2015. It will focus on an entirely different set of survivors than the original series, and it won’t be based in Georgia.
Police in the Seattle suburb of Auburn said Thursday that they believe they have found the body of missing actress Misty Upham, known for her roles in "August: Osage County," "Frozen River" and "Django Unchained."
On Nov. 8, Mehari and the semifinalists will perform for 15 minutes before a panel of judges to include Randy Brecker, Roy Hargrove, Quincy Jones and Arturo Sandoval. The competition will take place on the campus of UCLA.
Several Royals players -- including Eric Hosmer, Billy Butler and Salvador Perez -- maintain active Twitter and Instagram accounts. We look at the team's postseason run to the 2014 World Series through their posts.
Actor Paul Rudd, who grew up in Overland Park, was at game four of the American League Championship Series and was thrilled to see the Royals win. “I can’t believe it,” Rudd said with a smile. “This is incredible.”