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  • Photo from Sept. 24, 2009

    Junior Catie Wilson bumps a ball during the game against UM-Kansas City on Wednesday at the Hearnes Center. The Tigers defeated the Kangeroos in three consecutive matches during the game. (Sept. 24, 2009)

  • Photo from April 21, 2009

    The Columbia Police Department is investigating counterfeit clothing at the New York Fashion store on Business Loop 70. During the execution of a search warrant last week, more than $50,000 of counterfeit clothing was confiscated. (April 21, 2009)

  • Photo from March 2, 2009

    Retired roller derby athlete Renee Maxwell waits for her fellow Derby Dames before the start of the True/False Film Fest March March parade Friday. The parade began at The Blue Note and ended at the Macklanburg Playhouse at Stephens College. (March 2, 2009)

  • Photo from March 2, 2009

    True/False Film Fest volunteers John Roberts and Sarah Bantz hold a large bird during the parade. Jazzy horns, marching bands and quirky art projects filled the streets. (March 2, 2009)

  • Photo from March 2, 2009

    'Afghan Star' Director Havana Marking talks with 'Rise Up' Director Luciano Blotta during the Filmmaker Fete on Saturday at Sycamore. The event gave ticket holders a chance to talk with filmmakers while sampling food and drinks from the restaurant. (March 2, 2009)

  • Photo from March 2, 2009

    Host Jonathan Gotsick introduces himself and judges Havana Marking, Kimberly Reed and Yael Nahlieli during Gimme Truth! on Saturday at The Blue Note. Gimme Truth! is a game show in which contestants guess whether documentaries made by Missouri filmmakers are true or false. (March 2, 2009)

  • Photo from March 2, 2009

    Gimme Truth! host Jonathan Gotsick adresses the crowd after local filmmaker Chip Gubera anounces his film, 'Jeremy Higgins: Animator,' was actually fictitious. (March 2, 2009)

  • Photo from Feb. 28, 2009

    Retired roller derby girl Renee Maxwell waits for her fellow Derby Dames before the start of the True/False parade Friday afternoon. (Feb. 28, 2009)

  • Photo from Feb. 28, 2009

    True/False Film Fest volunteers John Roberts and Sarah Bantz hold a large bird during the True/False parade Friday. (Feb. 28, 2009)

  • Photo from Feb. 28, 2009

    True/False Film Fest volunteers John Roberts and Sarah Bantz hold a large bird during the True/False parade Friday. (Feb. 28, 2009)

  • Photo from Feb. 27, 2009

    Mucca Pazza bandleader Mark Messing pauses during the True/False Film Fest parade on March 3, 2008. The festival, now in its sixth year, has thousands of attendees and hundreds of volunteers. (Feb. 27, 2009)

  • Photo from Feb. 17, 2009

    Junior Miranda Wall introduces herself during the beginning of Saturday's Miss Columbia Pageant at the Missouri Theatre. A precursor to the Miss America Pageant, the Miss Columbia Pageant consisted of nine women competing for the title, won by sophomore Paige Sommerer. (Feb. 17, 2009)

  • Photo from Jan. 30, 2009

    Graduate students Liz Fenne and Laura Ortinau demonstrate how a batch freezer works at Buck's Ice Cream Place on Wednesday. Fenne and Ortinau are working with other students to create new ice cream flavors for Buck's. (Jan. 30, 2009)

  • Photo from Nov. 10, 2008

    Mary Hussmann stands outside the Columbia Police Department on Monday afternoon protesting officer Mark Brotemarkle's continued presence at Hickman High School despite being under investigation for use of excessive force while breaking up a fight at the school last month. Brotemarkle's reinstatement at the school has angered many parents and Columbia residents. (Nov. 10, 2008)

  • Photo from Nov. 5, 2008

    Columbia resident David Finke celebrates with the rest of crowd at The Blue Note as Sen. Barack Obama was projected by all major networks to win the presidency at 10 p.m. (Nov. 5, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 31, 2008

    With 'Change' in the background, Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama pauses during a rally Thursday night on Carnahan Quadrangle that brought an estimated 40,000 supporters to campus. With the election five days away, Obama stressed Missouri's importance at a national level and encouraged all to vote. (Oct. 31, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 28, 2008

    Serving huge root beer floats along with burgers called 'Zips,' Mugs Up brings authentic 1950s food straight to your car's window. (Oct. 28, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 28, 2008

    It might not be from New York, but the discounts are fashionable at the newly relocated New York Fashion on the Loop. (Oct. 28, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 28, 2008

    If your love life is lacking, Passion's offers a large variety of costumes, movies and toys to add a little something to your relationship. (Oct. 28, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 27, 2008

    A tiger costume hangs on a rack of costumes in Gotcha! Costume Shop on Tenth Street. Gearing up for Halloween, Gotcha! has catered to the costume needs of Columbia residents for 12 years. (Oct. 27, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 27, 2008

    Trying on a mask, Joseph Dolan searches for a mirror to see how it looks. Dolan is planning on being a wizard for Halloween, but couldn't resist trying the mask on. "I think its a woman's mask, there is lipstick on it," Dolan said. (Oct. 27, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 27, 2008

    Dressed as Sarah Palin in a 'hunter Barbie' outfit, Michelle Froese helps a customer find pieces for a zombie costume on Sunday. Froese co-owns Gotcha! Costume Shop with her husband, Aaro. (Oct. 27, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 27, 2008

    Along with rows of costumes, Gotcha! Costume Shop also offers an entire wall of wigs available for customers to rent or buy. (Oct. 27, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 14, 2008

    Drew Wilson, aka Alpaca Radio, and Drew Owens stock the shelves and prepare food inside Lee Street Deli. On Fridays and Saturdays, LSD caters to a late-night crowd from 1 to 3 a.m., when the shop typically does more business than in the course of an entire day. (Oct. 14, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 10, 2008

    Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden addresses hundreds of supporters Thursday night at Memorial Park in Jefferson City. Biden focused on health care and the economy while criticizing the tax cut plans of Republican presidential nominee John McCain and his running mate Sarah Palin. (Oct. 10, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 7, 2008

    Five-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Buddy Guy headlines the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival on Saturday night at the Shelter Insurance Stage. Guy played a combination of classics, covers and new material, and kept the audience engaged by walking through the crowd at one point. (Oct. 7, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 6, 2008

    The Gathering Place, a bed and breakfast, will start taking guests later this month. The MU Hotel and Restaurant Management program will run the house, which is located on College Avenue. (Oct. 6, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 3, 2008

    Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin greets thousands of supporters at a rally in Chaifetz Arena at Saint Louis University following her debate against Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday at Washington University in St. Louis. The debate between Palin and Biden focused on the state of the economy and terrorism. (Oct. 3, 2008)

  • Photo from Oct. 2, 2008

    Michelle Obama, presidential candidate Barack Obama's wife, speaks to a large crowd at a rally Wednesday in downtown Kansas City. Republican presidential nominee John McCain also made a stop in Missouri on Wednesday, speaking at the Truman Presidential Library and Museum. (Oct. 2, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 29, 2008

    Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Libertarian nominee Teddy Fleck and Democratic nominee Sam Page participate in a Sept. 12 forum at the Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia. Constitution Party nominee James Rensing did not attend the forum. (Sept. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 25, 2008

    Speaking to raise support for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, actor Don Cheadle greets students Thursday in Speaker's Circle. Cheadle's impromptu appearance, seen by more than 200 students, was arranged by Obama for America. (Sept. 25, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 13, 2008

    Republican incumbent Peter Kinder speaks of the success of the Tour of Missouri race this week while Democratic nominee Sam Page and Libertarian nominee Teddy Fleck listen on during a debate between the lieutenant governor candidates on Friday at the Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia. The debate, mainly between Kinder and Page, centered on issues ranging from tourism to health care. (Sept. 13, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 6, 2008

    Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean leads a Register for Change rally on campus this morning. Dean spoke to about 200 supporters, encouraging them to join efforts to register new Democratic voters ahead of the presidential election. (Sept. 6, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 6, 2008

    Young Democrats of Missouri President Rick Puig introduces Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean at a rally on campus this morning. (Sept. 6, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 5, 2008

    Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin gets tongue-twisted prior to her appearance at a rally with Republican presidential nominee John McCain on Sunday in O'Fallon, Mo. (Sept. 5, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 1, 2008

    Battling the heat, McCain supporter Paul Ritter holds a fan at his side during Sunday's rally at T.R. Hughes Ballpark in O'Fallon. (Sept. 1, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 1, 2008

    Waiting for McCain to speak on Sunday, Julie Fuhrmar and Christy Weber wave American flags in the outfield of T.R. Hughes Ballpark in O'Fallon. (Sept. 1, 2008)

  • Photo from Sept. 1, 2008

    John McCain takes to the podium Sunday afternoon in O'Fallon. Earlier in the day, McCain made a stop in Mississippi ahead of Hurricane Gustav. (Sept. 1, 2008)

  • Photo from Aug. 29, 2008

    Johnny Lang performs during Summerfest on Wednesday at The Blue Note. Drawing a large and diverse crowd, this Summerfest concert was the second to last of the year. (Aug. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Aug. 29, 2008

    Supporters gather at The Blue Note Thursday night to watch Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., accept the Democratic nomination for president at his party's convention in Denver. The crowd cheered Obama as he outlined his goals and attacked the Bush administration and his opponent, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. (Aug. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Aug. 29, 2008

    Daniel Christopher McNamer, 30, plays air guitar on his skateboard before the Johnny Lang concert at Summerfest on Wednesday. (Aug. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Aug. 29, 2008

    After 18 years in Columbia, the Twilight Festival will end next month. Other major events in the downtown area such as Summerfest, pictured, and the Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ Festival have emerged, reducing the need to continue the Twilight Festival, according to organizers and the Central Columbia Association. (Aug. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from May 2, 2008

    Asian American Association Social Chairman Dane Guevara, sophomore Justin Guevara and junior Nicole Guevara dance to songs by Michael Jackson, Usher and Chris Brown during the ‘Make a Move!’ Variety Show on Thursday night in Stotler Lounge. The annual variety show was part of Asian American Awareness Week. (May 2, 2008)

  • Photo from April 22, 2008

    The Subterraneans perform on the music stage in Peace Park during the Earth Day Festival on Sunday. The festival included booths lining Elm Street, music and games. (April 22, 2008)

  • Photo from April 22, 2008

    MU Office of Research Programmer Aaron Wieberg and graduate student Mindy Lonkausky pass out information at the entrance to 'Eco Avenue' during the Earth Day Festival in Peace Park on Sunday. Eco Avenue was lined with booths promoting greener lifestyles and energy. (April 22, 2008)

  • Photo from April 22, 2008

    Joe Sall watches as his two-year-old daughter Lindsey plays in the creek in Peace Park on Sunday. (April 22, 2008)

  • Photo from April 22, 2008

    Columbia resident Peter Yronwode wanders through the crowd in Peace Park on Sunday to show people his boa constrictor, Isis, while educating curious observers. (April 22, 2008)

  • Photo from April 22, 2008

    The Dragonflies, a group from the Moon Belly Dance Studio, perform on the lawn of Peace Park on Sunday. Peace Park offered a space for informational booths and other activities for the Earth Day festival. (April 22, 2008)

  • Photo from April 18, 2008

    MU students march past Johnston residence hall Monday in protest of the proposed Missouri Civil Rights Initiative’s ban of most forms of affirmative action. During the march from Plaza 900 to Jesse Hall, students stopped to speak to onlookers. (April 18, 2008)

  • Photo from April 18, 2008

    Marching though Tiger Plaza, senior Rickey Lee chants with fellow protesters on Monday. The Missouri Civil Rights Initiative aims to ban most forms of affirmative action from Missouri jobs, contracts and schools on the November ballot. (April 18, 2008)

  • Photo from April 18, 2008

    By Any Means Necessary Coalition member Antonio Williams distributes information about the Missouri Civil Rights Initiative outside Plaza 900 before the march begins. BAMN is a youth-led organization that has been active in promoting a new civil rights movement across the country. (April 18, 2008)

  • Photo from April 15, 2008

    Princeton sociology professor Robert Wuthnow speaks on 'The Global Reach of American Christianity' to a large crowd of students and faculty Monday in Stotler Lounge. Wuthnow addressed different issues, including the effects American missionaries have in the world, the decline in Christian followers in the United States and Europe and the increase in the number of Christians in the rest of the world. (April 15, 2008)

  • Photo from April 8, 2008

    A sign on the front door of Mark Twain residence hall alerts residents and visitors of the 'shelter in place' drill in progress. (April 8, 2008)

  • Photo from April 1, 2008

    Discussing the University of the Western Cape in South Africa’s history and involvement with the UM system, UWC professor Brian O’Connell describes the success of the two universities’ involvement on Monday in Ellis Auditorium. (April 1, 2008)

  • Photo from March 18, 2008

    Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic Tim Page speaks about growing up with Asperger Syndrome on Monday in Memorial Union. Mr. Page offered advice to those with Asperger’s Syndrome and said, “keep looking for that driftwood that can keep you afloat.” (March 18, 2008)

  • Photo from March 14, 2008

    Former Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee takes questions from the crowd at Columbia College on Thursday. Huckabee addressed the importance of preventing chronic diseases in addition to treating them. (March 14, 2008)

  • Photo from March 4, 2008

    Ending Friday's parade at Stephens College, Mucca Pazza bandleader Mark Messing promises a show later at Tonic. Mucca Pazza brought up the rear during the March into March parade, which opened the fifth annual True/False Film Fest. (March 4, 2008)

  • Photo from March 4, 2008

    Boxcutter Cabaret Puppet Tour members Lindsey McCaw, David Bailey and Rose Friedman entertain the crowd through music and storytelling Friday night at the Cherry Street Artisan. Throughout the True/False Film Fest, the Artisan hosted numerous acts whose performers came from around the nation. (March 4, 2008)

  • Photo from March 4, 2008

    With judges and directors Esther Robinson, David Schisgall and Sean Donnelly, host Jonathan Gotsick takes a break during the filming of the pilot episode of the game show 'Gimme Truth.' 'Gimme Truth' challenges amateur filmmakers to film two-minute documentaries about actual people or made up characters. (March 4, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    Country/folk musician Brody Douglas Hunt performs at the Cherry Street Artisan on Saturday night during Homegrown Hullabaloo. Brody, who learned about the True/False Film Fest from a friend, came from North Carolina to play at the festival. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    Columbia musician Wil Reeves fronts Penny Marvel at the Cherry Street Artisan Saturday night as one of the headliners of Homegrown Hullabaloo. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    With judges and directors Esther Robinson, David Schisgall and Sean Donnelly, host Jonathan Gotsick breaks in between contestants during the filming of the pilot episode of the game show "Gimme Truth." "Gimme Truth" challenged amateur filmmakers to film two-minute documentaries on either real people or made-up characters. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    Local director Matt Bryan and host Jonathan Gotsick watch Bryan's short film "Sonya" during "Gimme Truth" at Macklanburg Cinema on Stephens College campus Saturday. Bryan beat nine other amateur filmmakers and won the "Gimme Truth" contest. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    True/False Film Fest director David Wilson presents Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney with the True Vision Award before the Sunday morning showing of Gibney's film "Taxi to the Dark Side." Last week, the film won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    "Taxi to the Dark Side" director Alex Gibney fields questions from the audience after the screening of his Academy Award-winning documentary. The film addressed the U.S.'s use of torture on prisoners captured during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    Festivalgoers wait in line outside of Jesse Auditorium Sunday night for the final showing of "Man on Wire." (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    Non-ticket holders wait outside of Jesse Auditorium on Sunday after those who already bought tickets entered first. This procedure was practiced throughout the entire festival, but it did not prevent most festivalgoers from viewing films they wanted to see. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 3, 2008

    Introducing the weekend's final film, "Man on Wire," True/False Film Fest directors Paul Sturtz and David Wilson talk about the success of the festival on Sunday in Jesse Auditorium. (March 3, 2008)

  • Photo from March 2, 2008

    With the rest of the band playing background music, Justin Lander of The Boxcutter Cabaret Puppet Tour tells a story at the Cherry Street Artisan during North by Southwest on Friday. The Boxcutter Cabaret is a collective of many musicians from all around the country. (March 2, 2008)

  • Photo from March 2, 2008

    Filmmaker Joshua Z. Weinstein talks with other filmmakers and Columbia residents during Filmmaker Fete on Friday at Sycamore. Filmmaker Fęte offered residents a chance to talk one-on-one with the directors whose films are showcased during the True/False Film Fest. (March 2, 2008)

  • Photo from March 1, 2008

    The True/False Film Fest parade moves toward Stephens College on Friday. The parade signaled the official beginning of the film festival, which will continue until Sunday. (March 1, 2008)

  • Photo from March 1, 2008

    Leading Mucca Pazza, sousaphonist Mark Messing marches down Broadway on Friday. Mucca Pazza is a marching band of sorts that dressed in outrageous costumes for the parade. (March 1, 2008)

  • Photo from March 1, 2008

    Accordiant player Ronnie Kuller marches in formation alongside guitarist Jeff Thomas as part of Mucca Pazza's routine during the True/False Film Fest parade on Friday. (March 1, 2008)

  • Photo from March 1, 2008

    Parade goers look on while members of the horns section of Mucca Pazza play behind them on Friday. Sections of the band would surreptitiously join the crowd and then surprise the public with the band's music coming from all directions. (March 1, 2008)

  • Photo from March 1, 2008

    Biking down Broadway, Eric Bunch and his friend whom he would only call "Polar Bear" were just one of the many characters leading the way of the True/False Film Fest parade on Friday. (March 1, 2008)

  • Photo from March 1, 2008

    Drinking glasses of Schlafly Beer, Mark Daniels and Emma Teixeivo talk during Reality Bites on Friday in Lela Raney Wood Hall on the Stephens College campus. Reality Bites offered patrons the chance to try local restaurants' food for free. (March 1, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 29, 2008

    Missouri Students Association Senate Speaker Jonathan Mays presides over Wednesday’s Senate session while Department of Student Activities Director Rachel Parrish speaks in Stotler Lounge. At the meeting, Mays was elected for his second consecutive term as Senate speaker. (Feb. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 29, 2008

    Leaning over a workstation, graduate student Courtney Flatt videotapes professor Kirsteen Buchann as she examines the coat Maggie Robey designed as part of her senior class project at Stephens College. Flatt is filming a documentary for the True/False Film Fest-sponsored class, Documentary Film and History. (Feb. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 29, 2008

    MU College Democrats President Caitlin Ellis writes the names of those running for delegate positions in support of Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., on Thursday at Rock Bridge High School. Fifteen delegates were chosen for Obama and 16 for Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., to reflect Boone County’s Democratic primary results. (Feb. 29, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 26, 2008

    Before the first showing of the film 'I'm Not There,' bartender Barry Hibdon pours a glass of wine for customer Susan Marshall Roberts on Friday at the Ragtag Cinemacafé. The Ragtag opened at its new location on Hitt Street on Friday. (Feb. 26, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 19, 2008

    Chancellor Brady Deaton and Graduate Professional Council president Jennifer Holland light three candles during a vigil to honor the victims of the shootings at Northern Illinois University. A small crowd of students and staff came to Memorial Union on Sunday to pay their respects. (Feb. 19, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 12, 2008

    Junior Sam Ellison chooses a tiger from 200 tigers and 200 bears at the Caring, Bearing and Sharing event Monday in Memorial Union. An hour after the event began, all 400 stuffed animals were sold, ending the night with $1,088 and 1,080 canned goods for the Central Missouri Food Bank. (Feb. 12, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 12, 2008

    Columbia resident Bill Lautenschlager votes electronically as campaign worker Jeff Legg explains how to use the system on Feb. 5 in Memorial Union. The U.S. Supreme Court has begun hearings to determine the constitutionality of an Indiana law that requires voters to show a state-issued ID before casting their ballots. (Feb. 12, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 8, 2008

    Students file through Memorial Union to vote in the primary election Tuesday. Boone County was the last Missouri precinct to report results and clinched presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama's, D-Ill. victory in the state. (Feb. 8, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 8, 2008

    Columbia resident Bill Lautenschlager votes electronically as campaign worker Jeff Legg explains how to use the system on Tuesday at Memorial Union. Students and Boone County residents voted at Memorial Union on Tuesday. (Feb. 8, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 5, 2008

    Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., speaks to the crowd while Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., watches Saturday in St. Louis. McCaskill has campaigned for Obama in Missouri for the past several weeks. (Feb. 5, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 5, 2008

    Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., gives a speech to more than 100 supporters at the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 9 on Sunday in Bridgeton, Mo. After two supporters suffered from medical problems during the town hall meeting, Clinton cut the meeting short. (Feb. 5, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 5, 2008

    Columbia resident James Froece drove his car into Fairview Lake on Friday. Froece was backing out of his driveway and accelerated instead of braking. (Feb. 5, 2008)

  • Photo from Feb. 5, 2008

    Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., outlines his message of hope and change Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. More than 20,000 supporters came to hear Obama speak. (Feb. 5, 2008)