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With two burgeoning film festivals in Columbia, it’s no secret that CoMo is becoming a hotbed for filmmaking. Get the scoop on the what-and-where of this showcase.Continue Reading →
May 3, 2012 8:01 am by Rachel Krause
Saddle up the horses, it’s time to hit the trail for Kingdom City. Boster Castle, an outdoor venue that was built to look like a castle fortress that has also been host to the Steampunk Festival and the Central Missouri Renaissance Festival, will be the home of the Wild West Fest [...]Continue Reading →
If poorly-dubbed, violent martial arts films are your cup of tea, then you need to be at Ragtag Cinema this week. Ragtag is hosting Kung Fu Nights on Thursday and Friday, with two double-feature screenings filled with ninjas, villains, sword fighting and even chess boxing.Continue Reading →
Ragtag Cinema will host a free screening of a locally-shot short film Saturday at 11 a.m. “Pitch”, produced by Mitch Thompson, is about a movie studio executive struggling to balance his work and private lives.
For the month of April, Ragtag is trying to raise money to send the 15-minute film to festivals [...]Continue Reading →
If you’re looking to avoid any hairy situations tonight, steer clear of Cafe Berlin, which is hosting a beard contest tonight to benefit KOPN 89.5 FM.
Yes. That’s right. A beard contest.
Hirsute entrants will be judged on “symmetry, color, texture, styling details and je ne sais quoi”, according to the Continue Reading →
If this burst of warm weather has inspired you to get out of the house and onto the city’s trails, parks and roads, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve been passed by swift and speedy runners and bikers racing past you in a blur.
Don’t envy them. Join them.
With a wealth of races [...]Continue Reading →
Poet Matthew Hart reads his work like a minster reads his sermon. So, it is fitting that his new collection of poems is called Sermons and Lectures Both Blank and Relentless.
“Words all by themselves could be music and also at the same time say something critical with passion and force, just like in punk [...]Continue Reading →
Although it’s always a good time to hop on a bicycle, spring is prime pedaling time.
You’re finally able to bike without having numb fingers and a wind-chilled face, but it’s not so hot that you’re left drenched in sweat and curled up in a ball as you try to catch your breath. Local cyclists [...]Continue Reading →
Bridget Jones is a hot mess. Her love life is a disaster, she struggles with her weight, can’t cut a nicotine habit and her news career is a joke. Despite this, millions of readers and movie-goers are in love with her. Perhaps it’s because her short comings make us feel better about our seemingly defunct [...]Continue Reading →
February 17, 2012 12:17 pm by Rachel Krause
Support local farmers with The Root Cellar’s bounty box program.Continue Reading →
February 9, 2012 7:49 am by Rachel Krause
Irish artist Caoimhghin Ó Fraithile, who creates imaginative, large-scale installations, will be heading up efforts for a collaborative installation for this year’s True/False Film Fest.Continue Reading →
February 4, 2012 12:55 pm by Rachel Krause
Contrary to what some die-hard MU fans may have you believing, there is life beyond College Game Day today in Columbia…especially if you’re into live music. Week after week The Bridge continues to satisfy music-lovers’ appetites for hearty live performances by talented local and regional bands. Tonight’s lineup, which consists of Skadelic, Mr. History and Gas Pump Talent, is no different.Continue Reading →
January 24, 2012 10:51 am by Rachel Krause
Greig Thompson is the featured artist at Orr Street Studio’s weekly art discussion series, “Seeing Vision” tonight at 7 p.m.Continue Reading →
In the mood for a good story? The Porchlight, a bi-weekly storytelling series that’s been in existence since the summer of 2010, is ringing in another year of stories Jan. 11 at Café Berlin. The night’s theme is “My Grandma, the Witch.”Continue Reading →
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