May 14, 2009
Maj. K. Kendall Mathews, regional coordinator for the Salvation Army, said he hopes the garden teaches residents the value of taking advantage of natural resources, as well as taking an active role in improving their physical health.
SLIDESHOW: Most of the meals at Harbor House, a residential arm of the Salvation Army, are made from donated canned goods. But this fall, residents will enjoy a menu that includes fresh tomatoes, cabbage and strawberries, thanks to a new garden the residents planted.
Eric Carlson, an artist, works at the Columbia Art League on Sunday, preparing for the upcoming 'FATE Fiber Show: Seven.' In the show, which opens Thursday, clay, handmade paper and cloth have been used to create works where meaning is revealed through layers of materials and narrative. The other artists whose work will be displayed are Jenny Dowd, Jessica Forys-Cameron, Joleen Goff, Nicole Ottwell, Betsy Roe and Patti Shanks.
Diana Moxon, left, executive director of Columbia Art League, and Education Director Amy Meyer hang artwork at the gallery on Sunday in preparation for the upcoming "FATE Fiber Show: Seven." The show opens Thursday and includes the works of seven artists who explore the metaphoric potential that medium can imbue into artworks.
Retired minister Dick Blount runs the Open Door Ministry program at the Missouri United Methodist Church on Ninth Street.
May 13, 2009
John Cheetham conducts a piece of his own work during a rehearsal of the Columbia Community Band at West Junior High School on April 29. Cheetham conducted his work as well as played euphonium on other pieces with the rest of the band.
John Cheetham takes part in a rehearsal of the Columbia Community Band at West Junior High School on April 29. Cheetham plays euphonium as well as conducts a work he has written.
Matthew Thurman toys around with audio editing equipment in his room on May 5. Thurman is a singer, music producer and owner of his own production company.
Boone County doctor Lee Meyers stands at a high pass with the Himalayas and Mount Everest behind him during a three-day driving trip to the base of Mount Everest.
Tents fill the Rongbuk base camp at 17,000 feet. The tents act as homes for three months of the expedition when climbers are not too high on the mountain to use them.
After receiving his purple tassel, Asher Kolieboi sits with fellow graduate Mallory Herrmann as others are recognized during Lavender Graduation. The event was hosted by MU's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center and the student group Triangle Coalition. Kolieboi helped create Queer People of Color, a group at MU.
A PDF showing the potential changes from the Special Business District boundaries to the new Community Improvement District boundaries.
May 12, 2009
During the Puja ceremony performed by the Buddist monk, small pieces of paper containing prayers are thrown skyward to ask the gods for a safe and successful journey.
Before one of Lee Meyers' trips up Mount Everest, a Buddhist monk was invited to perform a Puja ceremony, which is to ask the gods for the safety of all on the trip. Tibetan prayer flags are strung out in four directions, and as the wind causes the flags to flutter, it is believed that the prayers are taken skyward.
NCAA softball bracket
Willie Payne, left, prays with volunteer Jim Frisby on April 4. Frisby donates his time at Truman Veterans Hospital by working with and interacting with patients.