How the Shows Went On After 9/11, With an Assist From Ovid

The following is an excerpt from the new book Rise Up! Broadway and American Society from 'Angels in America' to 'Hamilton' by Chris Jones (published by Methuen Drama), theatre critic for the Chicago Tribune, in which he strives to situate major cultural trends of the...

Cochran speaks to historical society

Successful historical preservation and community projects take time, planning and support, according to Michael Cochran of the Market House Theatre in Paducah. Cochran spoke to the Lyon County Historical Society during its annual meeting Tuesday at the Majestic House...

Our View: Good luck, Joplin Eagles

The Joplin High School varsity football team has had quite a season, the kind that hasn't been seen in about a generation. The team made history last week with a blowout victory over Kirkwood, marking the school's first entry into the final four in its Missouri State...

Wells Fargo faces long road to rebuild trust in…

A little more than two years ago revelations that Wells Fargo employees — under intense pressure to meet sales quotas — had created millions of unauthorized checking and savings accounts rocked the banking world. The bank has since reimbursed customers, wrestled with...

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Hope springs eternal for theater revitalization

LACONIA — There is reason to be optimistic that a much-delayed project to restore the 104-year-old Colonial Theatre will finally get underway next year, Mayor Ed Engler said.The project, intended to breathe new life into downtown Laconia, was originally slated to...

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Children’s Theatre Company Presents THE HOBBIT

Children's Theatre Company (CTC) presents its production of The Hobbit, based on the beloved novel by J.R.R. Tolkien, running from March 12 through April 14, 2019, adapted for the stage and directed by Greg Banks, with music by Thomas Johnson. The cast for this new,...

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Restoring memories one tear at a time

These two pairs of photos show what Baxley can do by appearing to erase rips and tears in old photographs. The soldier without a cap is Glen Hussein’s father, Durmoush. These two pairs of photos show what Baxley can do by appearing to erase rips and tears in old...

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