May 21, 2008
Charlie Porter works with horses on his farm near King City while wind turbines rise in the distance Tuesday.
Keith Crown in front of a self-portrait.
"Fall on Edgewood Ave., Columbia, Mo." (1988)
"Winter Coming Near, Rocheport, Mo.," (1981)
"University Farm and Cornfield" (1989)
"Field Near Easely, Missouri"
Patrons enjoy hors d'ouerves and champagne inside the Missouri Theatre before the start of its grand opening gala, which featured singer Tony Bennett on Wednesday.
Patrons wait outside the Missouri Theatre for the doors to open for its grand opening gala, which featured singer Tony Bennett.
Melissa Straw, left, poses for a picture with her mother, Mary Lack, before the start of the Missouri Theatre's grand opening gala.
Guests enjoy hors d'oeuvres from the Cherry Street Artisan in the Missouri Theatre's lobby.
Patrons mingle outside the auditorium before the start of the Tony Bennett concert Wednesday night at the newly reopened Missouri Theatre.
Janet Walz, left, waits with her husband, Paul Urzi, before the start of the Missouri Theatre's concert Wednesday. The couple came to Columbia from Jefferson City for the event, which featured singer Tony Bennett.
Lt. Brian Heater, an MU alumnus, will be flying an F/A-18F Super Hornet, above, at the Salute to Veterans airshow, which opens Friday. The Super Hornet can travel at supersonic speeds.
A tickettaker puts another stub onto her tray before the start of the Missouri Theatre's grand opening gala. The theater, which re-opened Wednesday night, sold about 1,000 tickets to its gala featuring singer Tony Bennett.
Patrons cross Ninth Street outside of the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts after its grand opening gala, which featured singer Tony Bennett on Wednesday.
The Missouri Theatre reopened its doors Wednesday morning after a $10 million face-lift. A crowd of about 100 gathered for the official ribbon-cutting and the dedication of a 3-D mural.
May 20, 2008
Isaac Pasley became a top 10 finalist in the 2008 National Geographic Bee after beating out 45 other state-level winners in Washington, D.C.
From right, Nine-year-old Helen Fletcher paints a ceramic tile during her 4th grade class at Grant Elementary while Columbia artist Heinrich Leonhard helps William Campbell, 10, with his tile.
Fourth-grader Tara Harrington paints a ceramic tile as part of her class project Tuesday morning at Grant Elementary.
Chottie Hamilton, 10, works on her ceramic tile, a depiction of the state of Missouri.