The Maneater

Jun. 04, 2020

Columbia resident Michael Marcum constructs a tree out of wire hangers for the True/False Film Fest during this week's Artrageous Friday at Makes Scents Candles. Marcum says that friends, acquaintances and complete strangers often give him coat hangers after hearing about his craft.

Nine-year-old Shannon Keys and her father Marc Keys cut out paper snowflakes at Orr Street Studios Friday. Orr Street Studios was one of several establishments hosting special events Friday to showcase Columbia's local artists and art programs.

Aloha may have a Hawaiian name, but its members actually reside in Cleveland, Brooklyn, N.Y., Rochester, N.Y., and Washington.

Aloha may have a Hawaiian name, but its members actually reside in Cleveland, Brooklyn, N.Y., Rochester, N.Y., and Washington.

A reggae band from Springfield, Mo., is sort of like a country band from Iceland. But somehow Jah Roots makes it work.

The second best thing about Chris Walla, besides his new solo record Field Manual, is his last name. Walla, Walla, Walla.

Tea Leaf Green is just as sweet as Nestea. The band is even down for trading bootlegs of its live shows.

On those days when rush hour traffic drives you mad, try playing 'Burnout Paradise.'

Missouri freshman forward Justin Safford struggles to keep the ball in bounds while evading Western Illinois freshman forward James Granstra’s pursuit in November at Mizzou Arena. Coach Mike Anderson said he was satisfied with Safford’s performance Wednesday after the team lost five players to suspension.

Football coach Gary Pinkel receives the Field Scovell Trophy on Wednesday from the Tigers’ 2008 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic victory in Mizzou Arena.

Former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee reacts to Florida primary results Tuesday evening at the Drury Inn and Suites Convention Center in St. Louis. Huckabee is campaigning in Missouri.

Freshman forward Justin Safford and junior guard Matt Lawrence attempt to block Nebraska freshman guard Cookie Miller on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers managed to keep the game close, despite having only seven players on the bench. MU lost the game 66-62.

Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, addresses the U.S. health care system at Des Moines Area Community College during the Iowa caucuses in January. Paul is working to attract student voters and has much support around Missouri.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks to supporters in December at the Columbia Holiday Inn Executive Center. Giuliani dropped out of the Republican presidential race Wednesday after finishing third in the Florida primaries.

Self-employed handyman Ryan Kanavich takes his time while lining up his putt on Sunday. Kanavich tees off every day and invites anyone who is interested in playing.

Disc golfer Stan Balke, who is also a registered nurse, got some time off to pursue his passion of disc golf Saturday in Albert-Oakland Park.

Disc golfer Brett Chaney prepares on a practice hole on Saturday in Albert-Oakland Park. Chaney participated in the Columbia Disc Golf Club Ice Bowl on Saturday and then played a round at his friend's personal course on Sunday.

Disc golfer David Kennon throws a disc as he takes a day off to play some disc golf on Saturday in Albert-Oakland Park. Kennon works at Columbia Housing Authority and said he was eager to play.

Rock Bridge High School student Steffan McCurley shoots for par on Saturday's Columbia Disc Golf Club Ice Bowl fundraiser at Albert-Oakland Park. Nearly 70 people attended.

College Democrats of Missouri President Nate Kennedy speaks at the first College Democrats meeting of the semester on Wednesday in Strickland Hall. Kennedy was optimistic about the prospects for Missouri Democrats in 2008.