February 26, 2009
Rock Bridge sophomore Justin Miller practices defense at Rock Bridge High School on Thursday. Because he is primarly an offensive player, Miller has focused on improving his defensive skills. Coach Jim Scanlon said the team graduated two significant defensive "stoppers" last spring and has yet to find players to fill those roles.
Shireen Razavi and Jeff Beuhler fill ticket orders at the Cherry Street Artisan Annex on Thursday afternoon. True/False Film Festival goers lined up early in the day to get the first tickets that went on sale at noon.
Fans reach for a foam finger give-away in the first half.
Missouri's Leo Lyons drives inside against Kansas State's Ron Anderson in the first half.
MU's DeMarre Carroll (1) and Matt Lawrence defend a shot by Kansas State's Jacob Pullen.
Missouri's Zaire Taylor blocks a shot by Kansas State's Buchi Awaji.
Missouri's DeMarre Carroll (1) attempts to rebound a missed shot in front of Kansas State's Ron Anderson.
Missouri's J.T. Tiller protects the basketball as he drives to the hoop during the Tigers' game against Kansas State.
Missouri's Miguel Paul guards Denis Clemente of Kansas State. Clemente led all scorers with 33 points.
Missouri's Kim English (24) looks to pass the ball to Leo Lyons (5) during the Tigers' game Wednesday night against Kansas State. Missouri won, 94-74.
February 25, 2009
Leo Lyons drives to the basket against Kansas State on Feb. 25. The Tigers beat the Wildcats 94-74 at Mizzou Arena.
Arianna Parsons, left, Paul Sturtz and Mitch Sawicki set up a path for patrons to follow to the ticket window for the True/False Film Festival in the Cherry Street Artisan Annex on Wednesday.
One of the houses located in the original black community in Columbia north of Broadway and east of Providence, then known as Third Street. The picture is part of the Black Community Photographs collections and was taken between 1958 and 1965. The houses were torn down and replaced with businesses as part of an urban renewal project in Columbia in the 1960s.
Patrons of the True/False Film Festival line up to buy and pick up tickets in the Cherry Street Artisan Annex on Wednesday. The film festival begins on Thursday.
Promotional materials for the True/False Film Festival pile up on a table at the Cherry Street Artisan Annex on Wednesday.
Jonny Pez, left, and Brock Williams of Boxcar Films set up a video camera in the Cherry Street Artisan Annex to film a promotional video for the True/False Film Festival on Wednesday. Patrons lined up around the block to purchase passes to the festival, which begins this weekend.