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These are the classics, according to me. I have reread Dandelion Wine more times than I can count. My copy is worn around the edges, loved in the sun at the end of every May since 8th grade. A new release can be exciting, but we can’t forget the ones that came before them.
The kids from Jersey Shore give great advice on certain things: gyms, tanning and laundry. Fist pumping, partying and good Italian food. What we don’t expect is Vinny, the mama’s boy, to give life advice. He says it himself in the intro to the book, “I mean, who do I think I [...]Continue Reading →
Baseball season is in full swing. Most Cards fans (or Cubs fans or Red Sox fans – whatever your colors may be) around here are fully aware of this fact.
If watching the games and perusing the stats isn’t enough for you, John Grisham’s most recent novel is set up around America’s favorite pastime. Calico [...]Continue Reading →
Let’s Pretend This Never Happened literally made me lol. Laugh. Out. Loud. I would laugh, and my dad would look at me wondering what was so funny and I would not say a word and continue reading. It’s totally worth it.
Jenny Lawson, The Bloggess, has written a memoir that is spastic, [...]Continue Reading →
Sean Radcliff and Jeremy Porter were alto saxophone players in Marching Mizzou and incredibly active members of the music fraternity Phi Mu Alpha. They were inseparable. They died from injuries sustained in a car accident in June 2011. The boys were driving back from a friend’s graduation from Air Force basic training in San Antonio.
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Looking for some enlightenment on a Saturday afternoon? Feel the need to find some culture after the end of March Madness and the beginning of baseball season? Search no further than your local library!Continue Reading →
As a proud member of Marching Mizzou, I could not be more excited for tomorrow. The band will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with the Irish by marching in the annual parade in Dublin. Around 240 people will be making the trip across the pond to represent the black and gold. For [...]Continue Reading →
Political mistresses are a topic that everyone would probably be happy to see off the newsstands for a while. Clinton, Edwards, Schwarzenegger – the list goes on. The tabloids publish the story, it hits the evening news, everyone hears about it, but these affairs are no longer kept secret. No political scandal is off limits.
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On the eve of T/F I headed to the Columbia Public Library to see a documentary. Let’s just think of it as a warm-up for this highly anticipated, whirlwind of a weekend. And boy, am I glad I did.
Robert Greene, a T/F veteran director visiting from New York, came to screen his film Continue Reading →
If you haven’t already heard by now, the True/False Film Fest is just around the corner. The documentaries in the line-up were announced last week to much anticipation.
In case you couldn’t go last year, there is a chance to see what you missed! If you did go and just loved the films shown, here’s a chance to watch your favorites all over again!Continue Reading →
Alex George will be signing copies of his latest book, The Good American, Tuesday at Barnes and Noble.Continue Reading →
Still looking for a dessert to take to your Super Bowl party? Look no further, because these cupcakes are the life of the party. Here are five recipes found on Pinterest that use mostly beer and champagne for a twist on cupcakes.Continue Reading →
There could not have been a more appropriately named tour coming through Columbia last night. Rascal Flatts’ “Thaw Out Tour” gave what the title promised, thankfully, after walking across the parking lot to Mizzou Arena in single digit temperatures – “feels like 9” to be exact. The last time I saw the band I was wearing a sundress, not trying to avoid hypothermia in my extremities.Continue Reading →
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