May 10, 2008
Shernelle Nicholls rubs her shotput with chalk at the beginning of practice The Barbados native throws for the has aspirations to go to the summer games in Beijing.
May 9, 2008
Hear poet Mike Barrett read from his recent work, "Phideas, Heidegger, Adorno," which he performed in April in Orange, Calif., in the living room of his home in Columbia's First Ward.
Maplewood Barn, Columbia's only local outdoor theater, opened its 35th anniversary season with Shakespeare's "King Lear."
Listen to Branson Interactive Zoo and Aquarium’s Husbandry Director, Breck Wakefield, talk about what makes this travel destination unique.
Senior Bruin Eric Clark, (left) and James Hudelson talk during a break in the baseball game Thursday at Taylor Stadium in Columbia. Rock Bridge and Hickman High schools played the last rival game before districts.
Rock Bridge Bruins pitcher Jaide Rose throws the ball at the baseball game Thursday at Taylor Stadium. The game went extra innings, ending in the ninth, with Rock Bridge winning 5-1 over Hickman.
Hickman's interim girls soccer coach Jeff Wallace, left, and his assistant, Sandy Paulson, took over the team this season.
Mike Berrett, an experimental poet, played a large part in beginning the slam poetry movement in Chicago.
"Din & Sit: Cuts of Phi on Sein und Zeit"
Mike Barrett, an experimental poet, is one of the individuals who played a large part in beginning the slam poetry movement in Chicago.
Several passages in 'Phidias, Heidegger, Adorno' are justified in orderly shapes, employing mathematical proportions like the Golden Ratio that have been used in architecture since ancient times.
On this page, Barrett uses lines and angled text to control the impact of his words.
Dark clouds loom over the Boone County Courthouse just before a foreclosures auction on Feb.25.
Two interested gentlemen, who declined to give their name, listen closely as Attorney Jim Powell conducts a foreclosure auction on the steps of the Boone County Courthouse on Feb.25.
Realtor Greg Harmon checks out a foreclosed home in Columbia on April 21.
Realtor Greg Harmon takes photographs of dampened and stained carpets and mice feces in a foreclosed home in Columbia on April 21.
While waiting for the Big 12 Conference Awards ceremony to begin, members of the Missouri softball team lounge in the grass Friday at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.
Missouri freshman Rhea Taylor accepts her award for being named to the all-conference first team. Taylor was also named Big 12 Freshman of the Year at the Big 12 Conference awards ceremony on Friday in Oklahoma City.