THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: A second snow, the True/False Film Fest activities

Sunday, March 3, 2013 | 6:10 p.m. CST

In this photo by Roxana Pop, people gather in front of the Boone County Courthouse for the True/False Film Fest March March parade on Friday evening. Despite the snow, many participants dressed in costumes to parade through Columbia in March March.

In this photo by Jason Redmond, a pedestrian jumps as he crosses Providence Road at Stewart Road in Columbia on Tuesday. A second snowstorm added nearly 10 inches in snowfall Monday night and Tuesday.

In this photo by Showkat Nanda, Missouri guard Phil Pressey goes for a layup around LSU guard Anthony Hickey during the Tigers' 89-76 win over LSU on Saturday. Pressey contributed 15 points and eight assists for the Tigers' win.

In this photo by Harry Katz, Sam Pounders of Meeyo plays the accordion at the Sparky Showcase as part of the True/False Film Fest on Friday. Festivalgoers opened the 10th True/False Film Fest on Thursday by participating in the jubilee at the Missouri Theatre.

In this photo by Roxana Pop,  patrons used Uprise Bakery's Wi-Fi on Tuesday because of Mediacom's Internet outage. A fiber-optic wire was cut during the Monday night snowstorm, leaving Mediacom subscribers without Internet in their homes.

In this photo by Breanne Bradley, Zach Zimmermann works with Lohr Barkley and other artists to set up their collaborative piece Thursday in front of the Missouri United Methodist Church. The piece is titled "Migratory Hive" by SPORE Projects out of St. Louis.

In this photo by Amy Stroth, Rock Bridge guard Justin Seamon attempts a shot over Hickman forward Jerrion Nelson during the Class 5 District 9 Boys Basketball Championships on Saturday at Hickman High School. The Kewpies beat the Bruins 66-62.

In this photo by Whitney Hayward, Steve Regan shovels his driveway Tuesday while his daughter Harper Regan, 21 months, and their dog, Cali, watch on Highridge Drive. Snowfall blanketed the region Monday night and Tuesday morning, creating hazardous driving conditions.

In this photo by Greg Kendall-Ball, Mark Dierker holds his daughter, Indigo, 2, at the True/False Film Fest Jubilee on Thursday night at the Missouri Theatre.

In this photo by Amy Stroth, Carissa Boesch of Hella Go-Go, known as "Sparkarella," dances as True/False Film Fest attendees show up for the T/F @ction! Party on Friday at Tonic.

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