September 11, 2009
Susan Hughes walks around the track Friday night at MU's Stankowski Field for the Let's Move Together Arthritis Walk. Hughes suffers from Rheumatoid Arthritis and walks between five to six days a week to help with the pain. The walk was hosted by the Arthritis Foundation's Eastern Missouri Chapter.
David Zabriskie with team Garmin-Slipstream shows his winning form Friday, Sept. 11, 2009 as competes during stage 5 of the Tour of Missouri individual time trials in Sedalia, Mo.
Students stand in line as they wait to pick up their tickets for the 2009 football season on Friday. Some waited over 45 minutes to reach the ticket window. Many waited in line to get tickets for parents weekend.
Plan B Ecovillage community members Tao Weilundemo and Elizabeth Stanfill have been working on their visitor lodge for the past six months. They have attempted to use the most environmental-friendly means available to them in their construction. They plan to move into the structure before winter and live in it until they’ve built their own home. Eventually the lodge will be available for guests.
An aerial view of Plan B Ecovillage's Visitor Lodge shows that it measures about 740 square feet.
Approximately 35 minutes from Columbia, Plan B Ecovillage is located near Calwood.
Boone County is testing fabric meant to eliminate water reaching the base of Dripping Springs Road.
The Bowling Green Falcons will be making the trip from Bowling Green, Ohio, to play the Tigers at Faurot Field on Saturday.
On Thursday, Muslim and non-Muslim students came together for Ramadan. They also participated in a Fast-a-thon, which raised money for the Central Missouri Food Bank.
A Muslim woman in Columbia shares her perspective on Ramadan while preparing for a communal breaking of the fast at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri.
Randy Robert and James Niederhelm install a side panel on the new football scoreboard Tuesday at Memorial Stadium.
The new football scoreboard at Memorial Stadium is being installed and tested.
Susan Taylor Glasgow's "The Communal Nest," a sculpture made from hundreds of glass shards and wooden twigs, lies complete at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery at MU. The exhibit, which includes bird masks from various Columbia artists that will be auctioned off, will be on display in the Bingham Gallery from Sept. 7 through Oct. 1.
Byron Smith’s wooden studio desk looks cluttered, but Smith can easily navigate through the piles of drawings and watercolors at the Orr Street Studio. The studio allows artists a place to both work on their artwork and display it at the same time.
Artist Susan Taylor Glasgow finishes her installation of "The Communal Nest" by laying down crushed glass, called cullet, Sunday at George Caleb Bingham Gallery at MU. Glasgow said the cullet serves as a "barrier from reality" for her 10-foot wide sculpture.
Byron Smith flips through a collection of nude paintings he has created at Orr Street Studios. Smith had to put a book together to display his work because he has painted so many that the collection he had was overwhelming for people to look through.
Bird masks like this one by Dennis Murphy, donated by various Columbia artists, are set up for display with artist Susan Taylor Glasgow's exhibit at the George Caleb Bingham Gallery at MU. The masks are being auctioned off at a reception Thursday, Sept. 17th., and the proceeds will benefit the McCambridge Center.
Byron Smith mixes a yellow tint onto his pallet at Orr Street Studios. Smith worked with oils on Saturday, but his passion lately has been watercolor. “It’s translucent and hard to control, that’s what I like about it. I let it do what it does, and I don’t try to control it, I work with it,” Smith said.
Byron Smith paints a house he started working on with his friend Frank Stack at Orr Street Studios. Stack has an almost identical painting of the house on the wall of the studio they share.