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From the monthly archives: February 2012
What’s in and out at this year’s fest.Continue Reading →
Columbia standby Sideshow is moving to the old Generic location at 1025 E. Broadway and will reopen in a few weeks.Continue Reading →
The True/False Film Fest is upon us once again, and documentaries will flood local movie and music houses throughout the weekend. Although documentaries aim to capture every facet of human life, some of the most compelling, frightening, sickening and entertaining films dwell in the realm of the rockumentary. Below are not necessarily the traditional favorites [...]Continue Reading →
Do you want to be a published poet? Well, if you’ve got the gift of prose and the copies to prove it, Mizzou Media is looking for YOU.
April is National Poetry Month and in celebration, Mizzou Media is accepting submissions to The Creative Writers Collection: We Are the Words We Write.
Those who submit [...]Continue Reading →
A relatively new website called Like A Little (LAL.com), which has infected college campuses nationwide faster than an STD, lets users anonymously post the hotties or hunks they’ve been ogling from across the quad. Faster than you can say, “I’ll be birdwatching at the Rec,” here are the 15 top picks from Mizzou that have Vox staffers scratching their heads.Continue Reading →
This week we are giving props to the Hickman Review, Hickman High School’s very own literary magazine.Continue Reading →
Being at the gym does not mean you’ve escaped the wrath of the fashion police.Continue Reading →
Jingo’s on Broadway will take over the soon-to-be vacated space below the restaurant to open an Asian foods market. The 5,000 square-foot space will be remodeled this spring and hopefully open in the summer, says Ru Zhao, owner of Jingo’s.
The space was occupied by Sideshow, which is moving further west on Broadway to the [...]Continue Reading →
It might as well be a device from a science fiction movie. In fact, it is, but instead of searching for John Connor and aiding the goals of a Terminator, Google’s augmented-reality glasses will project entertainment, information and advertising on the lenses of high-tech glasses.Continue Reading →
Want to try Greek yogurt? Check out this breakdown of four popular yogurt brands before you head down the yogurt aisle.Continue Reading →
The True Life Run is a 5k run/walk through downtown Columbia. It starts at 8 a.m. on March 3 in Flat Branch Park. Your $30 entry fee includes a T-shirt and breakfast, and a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit this year’s True Life Fund film directed by Lee Hirsch.Continue Reading →
Now that we’ve witnessed the Red Carpet struts, the tear-filled and hilarious acceptance speeches and lifetime achievement dedications, I think it’s safe to give out my own version of Oscars for tonight’s best-dressed. And the winners are:Continue Reading →
All the winners of the night.Continue Reading →
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