• The cast and crew for Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre’s production of “The Absent-Minded League” read through the script
before recording the show. Some actors do vocal warm-ups before they record, and others are ready to go after first read.
    Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre prepares for fifth season
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    New sales would fund parks and rec projects
  • MU students, faculty and staff march on
campus during the Take Back the Night event in
April. Photo by Hannah Baldwin
    Leading the charge
  • Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons/Montesbradley
    Review: Between the World and Me
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    Follow the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company
  • Gary Wunder, 60, is the president of the Missouri chapter of the National Federation of the Blind. He uses echolocation as a type of sonar to detect things in his environment.
    Seeing with Sound

Events

Pottery at MU Craft Studio
July 6, 2015 6:00 pm

TYPE: Art
AGE MINIMUM: All ages
COST: $120
LOCATION:  N12 Memorial Union
CONTACT INFORMATION: 573-882-2889

We Scream for Reading Ice Cream Social
July 30, 2015 4:00 pm

Brews for Blues Kickoff Party
July 30, 2015 5:30 pm

The Third Switch at The Roof
July 30, 2015 6:00 pm

Dustin Prinz at The Bridge
July 30, 2015 8:00 pm

News & Insight

MU students, faculty and staff march on
campus during the Take Back the Night event in
April. Photo by Hannah Baldwin

Leading the charge

MU administrators have been giving sexual assault prevention the old college try, but so far, students are the ones leading the way

Gary Wunder, 60, is the president of the Missouri chapter of the National Federation of the Blind. He uses echolocation as a type of sonar to detect things in his environment.

Seeing with Sound

Blind since infancy, Gary Wunder sought an alternative to sight. That's where echolocation came in.

Is kefir your next superfood?

This newly popularized dairy drink has healing properties that leave consumers with flat bellies, flawless faces and happy lives — or so expects say

Hallsville sisters adapt to microcephaly

Shelby Smith and Emma Self support each other to lead fulfilling lives

Let’s talk about the sexual politics of the STI-detecting condoms

How would these color-changing condoms play out in the actual bedroom?

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Food & Drink

Photo by Ryan Levi/Vox

The quest for the best crab rangoon in Columbia: Jingo’s

Ryan visits his favorite Chinese spot in Columbia, Jingo's

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Follow the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company

Our biscuit truck is traveling the country and sharing some of Columbia's favorite Southern fare

Learn the food labels

Decipher the meaning behind words such as organic and cage free

How to have a healthy diet on a college budget

Is it really possible?

The quest for the best crab rangoon in Columbia: Saigon Bistro

Saigon Bistro brings the flavor in every dish

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Music

(Photo courtesy of Wilco World)

Review: Wilco’s ‘Star Wars’

The indie rock staple's surprise ninth LP frequently sounds incredible but rarely thrills

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Lk5632

Wild Child’s Midwestern tour, new album, new label

Catch the indie group at Rose Music Hall on July 22

Sleater-Kinney delivers fiery performance Pitchfork Music Festival

Small things added up to make the punk band's headlining set every bit the equal of their Blue Note show

Battle of the college towns

Columbia and Lawrence's music scenes go head-to-head

More than any other band: An interview with Ought’s Tim Keen

Drummer for the Montreal group talks about strange band comparisons, recording a new album and being far away from your musical dreams

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Movie Reviews

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Mr. Holmes

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Pixels

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Paper Towns

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