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There are all sorts of casting and acting surprises in “Criminal,” a political action thriller with a science fiction edge.

Posted at 1:01 AM

“Barbershop: The Next Cut” — the third film in the franchise — tries a little too hard to be more than it is, and that’s OK, especially if it gets moviegoers motivated to effect change. On the surface, the film is a broad ensemble comedy featuring...

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The 2002 film “Barbershop,” the first in what’s turned out to be an honest-to-goodness franchise, was a film that made me laugh, and earned a review that was of the thumbs-up variety. I didn’t see “Barbershop 2,” but with the release of “Barbershop:...

Updated at 12:05 AM

The Lee’s Summit North boys tennis team doubled its fun Thursday afternoon at Santa Fe Trail Park by claiming must-win victories in all three doubles matches to edge Truman in a tight 5-4 contest that pleased coaches from both...

Updated at 12:04 AM

Missouri’s Josh Robinson entered this season with one goal, to be the best goaltender in the ECHL. Mission accomplished. The ECHL announced Thursday afternoon that Robinson is the 2015-16 Warrior Hockey ECHL Goaltender of the...

Updated at 12:02 AM

Five games. Five shutouts. Five wins. That’s been the formula the Blue Springs South its last five contests. The latest one, Jaguars coach Todd Findley admitted, was the most impressive when his team blanked No. 8 state-ranked...

Updated at 12:01 AM

The William Chrisman boys 1,600-meter relay team had “an extra chip” on its collective shoulder when it came time to run at Thursday’s Fort Osage Invitational, said leadoff runner Ronnie Cravens. For a stretch of the...

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Leigh Anne Bartlett had herself a game. The Fort Osage senior notched a hat trick during 7-1 a Suburban Middle Seven home win over North Kansas City Thursday. Aspen O’Neal, Emily Jungmeyer and Karlee Tatum also scored goals for...

Updated at 11:58 PM

Even missing one of its top golfers, the Truman boys golf team managed to stay unbeaten in matches Thursday. With Zach Davenport out, Tanner Beuttgenbach led the charge by firing a 3-over-par 39 to earn medalist honors and lead the Patriots...

Updated at 11:58 PM

After giving up the go-ahead home run in the top of the seventh, Oak Grove’s Jacob Pavlica got revenge. The Panthers relief pitcher ripped the game-winning double to help the baseball team erase a 5-4 deficit and claim a 6-5 victory...

Updated at 11:57 PM

For the first time this year, the William Chrisman boys tennis team got a clean sweep. The team didn’t allow Belton to win a game as it earned a 9-0 victory in a non-conference matchup Thursday. No. 1 singles player Taniela...

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