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2011 has been a big one for breaking news. These range from international events to those close to home. Here are the top 10 stories you should remember from this year, according to Vox.Continue Reading →
Didn’t make it to the mall on Black Friday? There’s no need to worry because the Alzheimer’s Association Mid-Missouri Chapter has your back. On Tuesday, Dec. 6, grab your gift list and head over to the Alzheimer’s Association Education Center, 2400 Bluff Creek Dr., from 4 to 7 p.m. for A Memorable Marketplace.Continue Reading →
Every year, my family participates in the Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk. We then cook dinner together, set up the Christmas tree and take our family Christmas photo.
But [...]Continue Reading →
Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year, is less than a week away. And in order to get the best deals, you’re going to have to get up even earlier this year. The Columbia Mall is opening at 6 a.m., but there are a handful of stores that are trying something new this [...]Continue Reading →
Do you remember Derrick Washington? You know, the former tailback for the MU Tigers who was accused of deviant sexual assault last year?Continue Reading →
Rascal Flatts, Sara Evans and Hunter Hayes will be at Mizzou Arena on Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.com.
Venue pre-sale tickets are available until today at 10 p.m. The password is TRUMAN.
Tickets go on sale to the public tomorrow at 10 a.m. Tickets range from $25.75-56.75.
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Want to help out with True/False Film Festival 2012? Sign up before Dec. 15 for one of two positions.
If you have 15 hours to spare next semester, then being a general volunteer is for you. You’ll get a volunteer pass and T-shirt — the pass gets you into films via the Q at all [...]Continue Reading →
As a child, I had to watch Beauty and the Beast before I took a nap, and if I wasn’t asleep by the end of the first song, I wasn’t going to sleep. For my senior prom, I wore a yellow dress that looked very similar to the one Belle wore at the [...]Continue Reading →
Ragtag Cinema brings yet another great miniseries to Columbia. This time, it’s comprised of six films from the genre of film noir — movies from the 1940s and 1950s that emphasize cynical attitudes and sexual motivations. The series, No Happy Endings!, begins Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 6:30 p.m.
The films will [...]Continue Reading →
The era of Harry Potter is over. Maybe officially.
According to an article from Entertainment Weekly, Warner Bros. will no longer ship the Harry Potter movies to stores after Dec. 29. This idea is much like that carried out by Disney, which has rereleased many of its classics on DVD but put the [...]Continue Reading →
Today’s the day: Fat Chicks Chow Wagon becomes a taco truck. Stop by Eighth and Locust streets for something outside the norm.Continue Reading →
The owner of Fat Chicks Chow Wagon, Lisa Nichols, is loaning out her food truck to Scott Rowson and a friend Friday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The pair won’t be serving Fat Chicks’ food. Instead, they’ll be serving tacos. That’s right folks, Columbia is jumping on the taco wagon.Continue Reading →
I didn’t get a chance to go to Ragtag’s first ever 20-20 Night yesterday, but Paul Sturtz, programming director for the theater, gave me the lowdown on the event.
About 100 people came out for 20-20 Night — a full house. For those that don’t know, 20-20 means 20 images shown in 20 seconds while [...]Continue Reading →
Need something to do tomorrow night? Head on over to Ragtag Cinema for its first ever 20-20 Night. This event brings together Columbians from different professions to talk about their latest ideas. It’s like show-and-tell for adults.
Tomorrow night’s line-up is as follows:
Steven Carrel, songwriter Angela Speck, astronomer Kerry Hirth, visual musician Benyamin Schwarz, environmental [...]Continue Reading →
Facebook changed. Again. Did you notice?
I’m not a big fan of change, but the new layout of one of my most visited sites is growing on me. I used to spend about 20 minutes a day scrolling through my newsfeed, and I found more than status updates. I didn’t like this. Now, Facebook has [...]Continue Reading →
Fall isn’t my favorite time of year because of the cooler weather, but because all of my most-watched TV shows are back with new episodes.
I absolutely have to watch Bones on Nov. 3 to see what happens between Brennan and Booth, but there are lots of other shows that I might have [...]Continue Reading →
Instead, the Great American Burger Challenge features one burger a week, which were created by six local celebrities. After you’ve tried the burgers, you can vote [...]Continue Reading →
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