THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Free pancakes, basketball senior night and True/False in Columbia

Sunday, March 4, 2012 | 6:42 p.m. CST; updated 7:17 p.m. CST, Sunday, March 4, 2012

Images from the International House of Pancakes, Mizzou Arena and various sights of the True/False Film Fest were among the best Missourian staff photos last week.

IHOP restaurants offered free pancakes to guests to raise awareness for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and other charities. Miss Hannibal Jillian Robinson visits with guests waiting to be seated on Tuesday in this photo by Nick Agro.

Eight graduating players from Missouri's men's basketball team celebrated Senior Night on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. In this photo by Elizabeth Pierson, Missouri guards Michael Dixon and Kim English walk off the court prior to the Tigers' victory over Iowa State.

In this photo taken by Andrew Mitchell, Brody the Kodiak bear roars before his trainer feeds him a piece of fried chicken on Saturday. Brody and trainer Jeff Watson were visiting from Indiana as part of the Missouri Deer Classic at the Boone County Fairgrounds.

Many volunteers worked at venues like the Missouri United Methodist Church, Tiger Hotel, The Blue Note, Ragtag Cinema and Jesse Hall in preparation for the True/False Film Fest. Sound engineer Tyler Richardson, crew chief Michael Stroh and volunteer Matt Smith adjust at 15-foot projector screen on Tuesday in this photo by Nick Agro.


The True Life Run, in its second year, started at Flat Branch Park on Saturday morning and led participants around town stopping at checkpoints to participate in fun events like hula hooping. In this photo by Katie Alaimo, participants jog down the nine stories of the parking garage on Fifth and Walnut streets.

In this photo by Andrew Mitchell, party goers step outside Tonic for a smoke break on Friday. The True/False Film Fest action party featured two dance floors with different types of music.

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