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Readying CDs before the show [Photo]

Mudcat, left, and Albert White, of the Music Maker Blues Revue, organize CDs backstage in Peace Park before their set on Saturday at 2010 Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Enjoying the music [Photo]

Richard Davis, left, and Tina Thompson watch the Honey Island Swamp Band perform during the 2010 Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival on Saturday.

Groovin' with the Honey Island Swamp Band [Photo]

The Honey Island Swamp Band performs in Peace Park during the Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival on Saturday.

Dribbling drills with the kids [Photo]

MU basketball players Steve Moore, left, and Ricardo Ratliffe, run through a dribbling drill with local kids during the third consecutive year of their youth basketball clinic on Saturday at Douglass Park.

First meet as MU coach [Photo]

MU's new swim team coach, Greg Rhodenbaugh, watches a heat during his first competitive meet as coach for the Tigers.

MU running back De'Vion Moore vs. Miami-Ohio [Photo]

Junior tailback De'Vion Moore brings experience to Missouri's three-man running back rotation.

MU tailback Henry Josey vs. Miami-Ohio [Photo]

The early success of freshman running back Henry Josey is one of the reasons Missouri has adopted a three-man rotation for this season's running game.

MU running back Kendial Lawrence scores against Miami-Ohio [Photo]

Missouri sophomore tailback Kendial Lawrence scored the first touchdown of his career against Miami-Ohio, a game in which each of the Tigers' top three running backs claimed touchdowns.

The Record Collector jams at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival [Photo]

The Columbia-based band, The Record Collector, performs at Seventh and Locust streets on Saturday for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Strumming her pain [Photo]

Joanne Shaw Taylor plays electric guitar during her set at Seventh and Locust streets on Saturday. Taylor hails from Great Britain and specializes in blues rock.

The Dynamites perform at Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival [Photo]

Soul singer Charles Walker joins his band, The Dynamites, on stage at Peace Park on Saturday for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Darts hit pig-target at atlatl competition [Photo]

Darts fly toward and hit a "flying pig" target during an atlatl practice session before a competition at the Columbia Bass Pro Shop on Saturday.

Teen practicing for atlatl competition at the Bass Pro Shop [Photo]

Travis Rhodes, 16, of Jackson, throws a dart with an atlatl during a practice session before the atlatl competition at the Bass Pro Shop on Saturday. Rhodes has been learning the atlatl for about three months.

Mercury engine and air filter [Photo]

The engine and air filter of Ed Wells' restored 1950 Mercury sit on display Saturday at the Old Wheels Collector Club car show at Hickman High School on Saturday.

Restored 1950 Mercury [Photo]

Ed Wells' restored 1950 Mercury sits on display Saturday at the Old Wheels Collector Club car show at Hickman High School. Wells found the car deteriorating in a pig farm near Rocheport in 1990 and spent the last 20 years fixing it up with his son.

Marlion Key shows his enthusiasm on stage at Flat Branch Park [Photo]

Marlion Key shows his enthusiasm on stage at Flat Branch Park Saturday, Oct. 2 during the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival. Key sang with T.J. Wheeler and students of West Boulevard.

Atlatl competitor preparing for the atlatl competition [Photo]

Atlatl thrower Curtis Waggoner, who is the owner of Four Corners Archery Club in Sedgewickville, talks about atlatls with a fellow competitor at the atlatl competition at the Bass Pro Shop on Saturday. Waggoner has participated in archery for 20 years and began competing with atlatls last July.

Chevrolet after accident [Photo]

The Chevrolet TrailBlazer collided with a Ford Taurus and flipped on its side Saturday afternoon at the Grindstone Parkway entrance ramp to U.S. 63.

Car talk [Photo]

Wes Scott, right, talks about his classic car to George Piper at the 36th annual Old Wheels Collector Car Club show on Saturday at Hickman High School. The car is a 1931 Franklin Deluxe Club Sedan, with a rare air-cooled engine. Scott said the car originally sold for $2,695, more than five times that of a Ford at the time.

100 years for Omicron Chapter [Photo]

Alumni of Alpha Phi University of Missouri Omicron Chapter admire a commemorative plaque that was unveiled at the chapter’s 100th anniversary Saturday. The presentation of the plaque was part of the sorority’s centennial celebration.
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