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Everything about the Blue Fugue is folksy –the brimming book shelves that line the walls, the intimate bar atmosphere, and the DIY woven paper decorations that adorn the otherwise bare, brown stage. So, it was appropriate that three folk duos would perform there Saturday night for the True/F…
From the furious fiddling of Mountain Animation to the guttural punk screams of Toughcats, the performers at Café Berlin’s Toast/False Saturday Busker Showcase brought a veritable menagerie of hybrid-genre musical talent.
Art doesn't always begin with a punch, but today it did.
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“Does it sound good out there?” guitarist for the alt-rock group Rip Rap asked an enthusiastic audience in Café Berlin’s theater for the Friday Busker Showcase. “It sounds great out here!" An audience member yelled back after the band’s second song of heavy riffs.
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This year's Filmmaker Fête was hosted at the Perlow-Stevens Gallery in downtown Columbia. The event featured food from Mike Odette, the chef at Sycamore Restaurant, wines from Golden Barrel Distributing and some beers from Shlafly, a True/False sponsor.
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The True/False parade kicks off the film festival with crazy costumes and a good time.
Columbia native Ruth Acuff crooned soft melodies to a small but attentive audience as the gentle strokes of her harp and soft lyrics cast a tranquil aura over the room. This ethereal performance marked the first night of the True False Film festival, which got off to a swinging start at The …