October 22, 2014
The Columbia Art League hosted the first Crafts and Draughts at the Logboat Brewing Company, which opened earlier this year.
Logboat Brewing Company hosted Columbia Art League's first Crafts and Draughts from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Customers made masks, paper lanterns, ink-dyed coasters and more on Logboat's lawn.
Kansas City Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson, left, and Alex Gordon, center, congratulate Lorenzo Cain after their 7-2 World Series victory over the San Francisco Giants in Game 2 on Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri. The series is tied 1-1.
Two beers sit on a table at Logboat Brewery, the site for Columbia Art League's first Crafts and Draughts.
Brian Ostengorf and his sister Ashley Dodge participate in the Columbia Art League's Crafts and Draughts on Wednesday. They each traveled — one from St. Louis, Missouri, and the other from Kansas City, Missouri — to meet halfway to have beer at Logboat Brewing Company and came across the event.
Protesters walk up Freedom Parkway after briefly shutting down the Downtown Connector's northbound lanes Wednesday evening. The protest was part of a national week of resistance to mass incarceration and police brutality as well as the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, organizers said.
In this September 2011 file photo, 22-year-old Catherine Devine reads instant messages on her laptop screen at her home in Kings Park, N.Y. A report released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center found that nearly three-quarters of American adults who use the Internet have witnessed online harassment and that 40 percent have experienced it themselves.
Rock Bridge senior offensive tackle Andrew Cunningham shuffles down the football field during drill exercises Wednesday.
A Rock Bridge coach talks to Dayton Marcks, center, and Andrew Cunningham, right, and other teammates during practice at Rock Bridge High School on Wednesday.
Senior Offensive Center Dayton Marcks prepares to snap the ball during practice on Wednesday at Rock Bridge High School.
As MU's Homecoming nears, construction workers finish work on Traditions Plaza. The $1.4 million project was funded by the Mizzou Alumni Association.
A Tolton football player "takes a knee" during practice Tuesday. "Taking a knee" is typically a maneuver in in American football, though is also used so the players can be more comfortable without sitting down.
Construction workers finish planting boxwood hedges, inserting tiles engraved with facts about MU traditions and paving Traditions Plaza on Wednesday. The plaza is set to open on Friday.
Bill Dallmeyer tapes a stencil reading "Wise Shall Be The Bearers of Light" to a wall in the new amphitheater at Traditions Plaza at MU on Wednesday.
Will Tindal surges through a group of players during Tolton football practice on Oct. 21. Tindal is a running back for the Tolton Trailblazers.
Coach Chad Masters, left, watches Tolton football players during practice Tuesday.
Bill Dallmeyer sandblasts letters in the MU School of Journalism's motto "Wise Shall Be The Bearers of Light" on a wall at Traditions Plaza on Wednesday.
Tolton football players practice on Tuesday before playing Hallsville on Friday. Although the plays at practice were offensively focused, the defense stood out, breaking up passes, recovering fumbles and stopping running backs for losses.
Part of the chorus of MU's alma mater song "Old Missouri" is engraved on the steps up to the stage in the new amphitheater at Traditions Plaza. Construction should be finished by Friday if it does not rain Thursday.