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(Web Exclusive) With a collection of groups, The Blue Note transformed into one giant dance party as the Ready Set and electronic-pop duo Breathe Carolina took the stage.
Don’t be alarmed by groups of people running around Columbia saying they’re on a mission to save the world. They’re telling the truth; biking to work, donating an old shirt or even going to the library can make Mizzou a more sustainable place through a new game, Reboot Mizzou.
Hollow moans, rotting flesh, blood dripping from jagged teeth, bits of brain clinging to cold, gray faces — everyone knows what this means. The zombie apocalypse is here! Well, sort of. It’s here in the form of Zombies, Run!, an app that is scaring people off their couches and into shape.
Spring break. For students, those are two of their favorite words. Time to forget all things school and get away from campus for a week to hit the beach, slopes or wherever else you fancy. It’s also a great occasion to toss aside those academic textbooks and do some much-needed pleasure reading.
You might not know that much about Frank Langella, but he’s sure you know his friends, icons such as Princess Diana, Charlton Heston and Marilyn Monroe, just to name a few. In his memoir and first book, Dropped Names: Famous Men and Women As I Knew Them, Langella gives readers an intimate look inside the many encounters with famous men and women who changed his life, his goals and ultimately, his career.
Greg Steinhoff is a Mizzou fan, but he’s not the kind of fan who orders wings, grabs a beer and wears his favorite Mizzou gear. Instead, Steinhoff has spent his time organizing a fan zone downtown, an idea he borrowed from the University of Oklahoma’s Campus Corner.
Stars from across Missouri are foxtrotting their way to victory.
The greatest show on Earth, direct from China.
Columbia is home to 19 dance studios, but these eight represent the diversity of their dance styles. With a combined 40 types of dance, there is a studio and a groove for everyone.
Talent without creativity shows skill but is rarely memorable (think karaoke). Creativity without talent is usually a mess (think kindergarten). Sometimes it’s hard to get the two in the same room together, but when everything clicks, cool things happen.
(Web Exclusive) The Fried Buttermilk Cake at 44 Stone Public House is not for the health freak, dieter or lover of all things savory. It is, however, for the connoisseur of delicacies that are sweet, fried and potentially detrimental to your waistline.
The perfect barrel race run feels like sitting on a controlled runaway horse, local barrel racer Kaylee Krekel says. Once the time starts, racers leave the alleyway and circle the three barrels in a cloverleaf pattern without knocking any over. They return as fast as possible. Although they have to maintain control over the horse, it has to be running as fast as it can to get a decent time. It’s a bit of an adrenaline rush.
Katniss Everdeen knew exactly what she was getting herself into when she volunteered to take her sister’s place in the Hunger Games challenge. Twenty-four people enter an arena, but only one comes out alive.
Middle Class Fashion started in 2010 in order to pursue musical interests that didn’t jibe with the styles of any of their other musical pursuits. The band will travel to The Bridge on Wednesday.
Got headphones? Vox has song suggestions from the city’s musical masterminds. When Brad Snow, MU athletics band director, isn’t listening to orchestral melodies through the walls of Loeb Hall, he enjoys a wide range of other tunes.
Representing a stranger side of music, Madonna and The Mars Volta seek to push the boundaries of their genre with new albums this week. One with club pop, the other with jazz fusion.