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75 years of Superman
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The Pie Five Pizza Co. which sells individual pizzas made to order and cooked in five minutes has picked a place for its first area location. Pie Five plans to open later this summer at 13366 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park.
Ivan Marquez has built a strong following with two Overland Park restaurants, one full-service, the other fast-casual. Now hes expanding with a third restaurant. But this one is on the other side of the metro area, in Gladstone.
The band, which recently released “Hokey Fright,” a collection of folky-pop and hip-hop tracks, will perform June 26 at RecordBar, 1020 Westport Road.
Iron & Wine, the project founded by Sam Beam will come to the Midland theater on Nov. 9, a Saturday. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Price: $35.
The “Would You Like A Tour?” tour, featuring hip-hop artist Drake plus R&B singer Miguel and rapper Future, comes to the Sprint Center on Oct. 6, a Sunday. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. June 28, a Friday.
One of the defining voices for the women in her generation, Blige’s combination of hip-hop and R&B has been thrilling fans for over twenty years.
Selma Blair is making a sudden exit from the Charlie Sheen sitcom "Anger Management."
'Terminator 2' star Edward Furlong has been charged with assault after a May 21 incident in which his girlfriend called police and reported he attacked her.
Thousands of screaming fans brought Times Square to a standstill as they waited to catch a glimpse of Brad Pitt at the premiere of his new thriller, "World War Z."
"Man of Steel" leaped over box office expectations in a single weekend. The Warner Bros. superhero film, retelling of Superman's backstory, earned $113 million in its opening weekend at the box office, according to studio estimates Sunday.
"Days of Our Lives" scored a rare win for best drama series at the Daytime Emmys in a show marked by an envelope mix-up, expletives and the constant din of audience chatter heard during the cable telecast that stretched beyond its time slot.
There is a line from the first season of Portlandia that quickly became the show's trademark: Portland is a city where young people go to retire. That's not the case for the creators and two stars of the show Portlander Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen of Saturday Night Live fame. They are always looking for new ways to keep the show from getting stale.
That The Front Page should remain the only well-known American play about newspapers has always puzzled me. I hoped Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy, starring Tom Hanks in his Broadway debut, could bring us up to date. She does, sort of, if you consider the 1980s and 90s up to date.
Most musicals are all about making theatergoers feel good, often by seducing them with sentimental tales of outsiders overcoming adversity. The writers of Venice have a different goal. Their intention is not to engender cheap feel-good vibes but to ennoble the audience and leave viewers in a state of reflective exaltation.
Some New York critics love Venice and others hate it; most are somewhere in-between. The reviews, while mainly positive, ran the gamut from undiluted praise to utter condemnation. Heres a sampling.
Photographer Laura McPhee, whose works are on exhibit at the Kemper Museum, found that the Sawtooth Valley offered a perfect microcosm of the issues at play in the American West, and the country at large, where resources once thought to be boundless are now endangered.