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Radar: What we're talking about this week

Katie Wall

February 7, 2013 | 12:00 a.m. CST

1. How to True/False
Didn’t have time to go to the Columbia Public Library’s event on Saturday? Never fear; VoxTalk is here. We covered some released films, upcoming music events and buskers, and how to survive the Q. Bonus: We’ve got tips for making the most out of the fest from David Wilson, Q Queens and more.
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2.The historic Niedermeyer
Impending demolition hasn’t stopped public support from growing behind the Niedermeyer. Columbia’s oldest building is now on the list of Most Historic Properties this year, which shows that somebody still wants the Niedermeyer.
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3.Bold, bald and beautiful
Sini Stephan, an MU photojournalism student, did something drastic. She shaved her head in an effort to understand what beauty means. We support you, but your hair must miss you.
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4. Shakespeare as inspired by Hurricane Sandy
In her version of the stormy play The Tempest, visiting director Terry Berliner draws from her experience with Hurricane Sandy and witnessing the powerful force of water.
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