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Royal Wade Kimes Performs for Local Veterans [PHOTOS]

What a great night of entertainment at the Liberty Center on Saturday night (Nov. 10)! Taking center stage with his band was Royal Wade Kimes. Kimes has worked with some of the biggest names in country entertainment, including Loretta Lynn and Garth Brooks (Kimes helped write, "We Bury the Hatchet" which sold 17 million copies). Other giants he has worked with include Diamond Rio, Gene Watson and several others. He at one time signed with Asylum Records, where he had a top 10 dance record as well as a top video. The "Nashville Outlaw" has two Will Rogers awards and has been named the Best Living Solo Musician and Best Album of the Year from True West Magazine and XM Satellite Radio.

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New Movies: ‘Thor: The Dark World,’ ‘About Time’

It's a weekend filled with superpowers, as costumed heroes wielding magically-infused hammers return to theaters, along with a family of men who can travel through time.

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SFCC Choir Students to Represent Missouri at National Memorial Day Choral Festival

SEDALIA—The choir students of State Fair Community College have been invited to represent Missouri at the 2014 national Memorial Day Choral Festival May 25 at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

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Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Gravity’ is Out of This World

When a movie is sold as being the next incredible cinematic experience that will change the way we watch movies, expectations are huge. Audiences may scoff. It could all backfire. But Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' lived up to the hype and audiences responded in kind, giving it the biggest opening ever for a non-sequel October release.

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Weigh In on ‘The Voice’ Season Five Premiere by Live-Tweeting with Behka

NBC's The Voice returns for season five tonight (Sept. 23) with two familiar faces sitting in those big red chairs: Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green. After both stars took last season off and had Shakira and Usher filling in for them, they've returned to the fold, and Christina says reuniting with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton does, indeed, feel "so good."

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Missouri Native Finds and Returns BB King’s Stolen Guitar

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — An eastern Missouri native has written a book about the B.B. King' guitars after finding one that had been stolen from the blues legend.

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Dickie Doo Bar-B-Que’s Band Nights to Showcase Local Musicians in Sedalia

I talk about it a lot, but it's because it's something I'm really interested in: local music. I used to see a lot of local bands when I lived in Michigan, but I had lived there for 10 years and I knew everybody. Well, now I'm new to town, so I really don't know the local music scene at all. Luckily I found out about something that can help me with that: Band Night at Dickie Doo BBQ.

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The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival Draws Closer, Check Out Their Mobile App [INTERVIEW]

The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is coming up in Sept. 20-22. It's going to be a huge event with lots of music and food down in Columbia at Stephens Lake Park. They're going to have all sorts of huge performances from names you know including The Black Crowes, Blues Traveler, Steve Earle, Mavis Staples, Johnny Winter, Bela Fleck, Samantha Fish and more.

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Kansas City Chiefs’ “Chiefs Chop” Song: Love it or Hate it? [POLL]

I will always be a die-hard Detroit Lions fan. However, since I've moved only an hour away from Kansas City, I've decided to make the Chiefs my new adopted favorite team. I know they're not the best team in the league, but I really like everything about them so far. However, there's one thing I really am not a fan of when it comes to the Chiefs: Their "Pump Up" song.

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Queen of the Prairies Music Series to Premiere in Sedalia This Weekend [INTERVIEW]

There are many different types of creative minds in the world, and that's evident by all the talent we have in Sedalia and our surrounding area.  We've got singers, writers, dancers, painters, musicians, dancers; just about everyone has a little creative streak in them. That will definitely be put on display with the first Queen of the Prairies Music Series.

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