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A newly formed music entertainment business is rocking on with the scheduling of a few concerts slated for the next few months.  Julissia Davis formed Jay Tunes Entertainment this year and is … more
Adversity often makes one stronger and more resilient and so it is for dance students who have faced the pandemic this past year while working hard to produce the annual “Nutcracker” … more
Public nominations are open through March 22 for Missouri’s next Poet Laureate.  The Missouri Poet Laureate fosters the art of poetry, encourages literacy and learning, and encourages … more
The University of Central Missouri Bands invites the campus community and the general public to attend its first concert performance of the Spring 2021 semester at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, in … more
A pandemic, brutally cold weather and snow have not stopped the music for the Sedalia Symphony Society. Members will present the third concert of the 86th season this Sunday. The Symphony’s … more
Smith-Cotton High School theatre students will present a play with a purpose this Friday evening with proceeds going toward the Mercy Rest Stop. Each year SCHS presents Theatre for a Cause where … more
State Fair Community College’s Theatre Arts program will present an adaption of “Oedipus” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 25-27 and 2 p.m. Feb. 28 in the Thompson O’Sullivan Studio Theatre … more
University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance will present a free virtual production of the play “Sucia: A Cinderella Story for the Real World,” by Nicole Jost.  “Sucia: … more
Mid-Missouri Artists will host a program by Lanie Frick, one of Missouri’s outstanding artists.   Frick will discuss how she makes animals come to life on canvas after a brief business … more
Due to the continuing concerns about COVID-19, LCAA will be postponing its production of “Legally Blonde” until the 2021-22 season. In its place will be “Too Much Light Makes the … more
From its territorial days to present times, Missouri has been influenced by African Americans. Now more than 100 of those stories are part of the book “Extraordinary Black Missourians,” … more
Since its inception a couple of years ago, By the Fire Media has continued to evolve and grow even during the COVID-19 pandemic. The podcast, originally began by Daniel Williams (Danger Dan), of … more
Once again, the pandemic is the cause of the cancellation of the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festive slated for June. The festival was canceled last year due to the pandemic and a decision … more
As the Show-Me State prepares to celebrate its bicentennial, a new guidebook, “100 Things to do in Missouri Before You Die,” paves the path to adventure all over the state. … more
State Fair Community College Theatre Arts students and staff received commendations and nominations at the annual Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) for Region 5 that was … more
University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance will present its Spring Mainstage season, consisting of “Sucia,” “In the End,” the UCM Theatre and Dance New Play Series, and … more
Although artist Rachel Willis, of Sedalia, began wood-burning three years ago, it was the COVID-19 pandemic that opened the door for online sales this past year. A gift-giver at heart, she feels … more
Theatre and Dance faculty and staff members at the University of Central Missouri attended the virtual Region V Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Jan. 16-23 and were … more
A new book by Rose Marie Kinder, of Warrensburg, “A Common Person and Other Stories,” the winner of the Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, was released Feb. 1.  The 16 … more
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