Cake? Check. Dress? Check. Flowers? Check. Getting Jason Segel to come to some strangers' wedding? Not yet -- but this St. Louis couple is doing their best.
Adam Sandler is successful because he's lazy.
Have you ever watched a K-Drama? I'm not suggesting you should, or anything, it's just that the more Korean Wave stuff you're familiar with, the easier it is to understand why you might find PSY's "Gangnam Style" a little less annoying at wedding receptions in 2018 than LMFAO's own novelty pop, now ... More >>
Funky Butt Brass Band kicked off the series with The Music ManThe Grand Center continues its efforts to become an arts community hangout with the Thursdays @ the Intersection series, which launched its second season last night.KDHX and Grand Center have joined forces on the series. This year' ... More >>
It looks like Tattoogate has finally reached its end. The south-central Missouri tattoo artist who sued the producers of The Hangover Part 2 for copyright infringement has now reached a settlement for an undisclosed amount of cash. As far as legal narratives go, this was one of the wackies ... More >>
The tattoo that launched the lawsuit.An image used in the sequel to The Hangover could leave Warner Brothers with a wicked headache of its own. Last week a tattoo artist from the south-central Missouri town of Waynesville sued the film studio on claims that it used his copyrighted work in The Han ... More >>
Today's comment comes in response to a post revealing the 10 highest-paid CEO's in Missouri. No. 2 on the list, with 2010 compensation of $13.1 million, is Monsanto's Hugh Grant. That name caused a romantic-comedy flashback for commenter "Oh," who writes:The CEO of Monsanto deserves his 13.1 mill ... More >>
Image viaChubby dude or chubby movie star? You decide.Sharp-eyed St. Louis Twitter user mdw71 (an enigma, his user bio reads simply "man") spotted "The Hangover" star Zach Galifianakis -- or a close lookalike -- in our fair city yesterday. It's hard to tell whether it's the man himself without an ... More >>
Deathtrap returns to the stage