January 13, 2009
This is an excellent example of hand-formed ceramics. The bits of the clay were formed and attached to the face. This one is from the Veracruz area, on Mexico's eastern shore, which is where Hernan Cortes first made contact.
This is the oldest of the three artifacts shown for this article. It is from the Olmec civilization, from tropical southern Mexico. It is made from green jadeite.
Mr. Tivis raps while Dr. Loomis works as a disc jockey during the Bluebird Music and Arts Festival.
A close-up view shows Dr. Loomis at work during the Bluebird Music and Arts Festival. Several hip-hop musicians played that afternoon and night for the festival.
Dr. Loomis plays a set for a small crowd during the Bluebird Music and Arts Festival on Nov. 15 at Field House.
Drew Wilson of Alpaca Radio works at a set for the Bluebird Music and Arts Festival on Nov. 15 at Field House. The two-day hip-hop festival featured a variety of artists at various venues throughout Columbia.
Missouri forward Leo Lyons was suspended indefinitely Monday and will not play in Wednesday's home game against Colorado.
January 12, 2009
Police chief candidates answered media questions Jan. 12 in the City Council Chamber of the Daniel Boone City Building. Each candidate was allowed 30 minutes to make personal statements and respond to questions. Here, all candidates speak about Tasers and policies they would implement.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon dances with Georganne Nixon at the Inaugural Ball at the State Capitol on Monday.
Joe Casey traveled from Springfield on Monday morning for the inauguration of Gov. Jay Nixon. Casey, 58, has helped support the Nixon campaign by handing out bumper stickers and yard signs in addition to speaking at political rallies.
Missouri Military Academy marching band, marches toward the State Capitol, during the inauguration ceremonies for Missouri's new Governor, Jay Nixon, on Monday in Jefferson City.
With his left hand placed on the Holy Bible, Jay Nixon raises his right as he is sworn in as governor of Missouri on Monday in Jefferson City.
Robin Carnahan is sworn into office of the steps of the capitol building in Jefferson City on Monday as Missouri's Secretary of State.
Programs lie on the chairs in front of the South Steps of the State Capitol minutes before Jay Nixon's inauguration as Missouri Governor, on Monday in Jefferson City.
Governor Jay Nixon and his wife Georganne greet people gathered in downtown Jefferson City during the Inaugural Parade on Monday.
People formed a line outside the Governor's Mansion waiting to meet the new Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, on Monday in Jefferson City.
Governor Jay Nixon signs autographs at the Potluck Dinner at Capital Plaza hotel, on Monday in Jefferson City.
A sign outside Capital Plaza hotel welcomes Missouri's new governor on Monday in Jefferson City.
Governor Jay Nixon and his wife Georganne, left, stand on the South Steps of the Missouri Capitol as former Governor Matt Blunt and his wife Melanie walk away, during the Inaugural ceremony on Monday in Jefferson City.
Denise McMillen from Jefferson City takes pictures of the marching bands during the Inaugural Parade on Monday in Jefferson City. McMillen's daughter is a member of the Jefferson City High School marching band.