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Soup in a cup [Photo]

Jim Shay tastes a soup entered in the broth-based category at Christian Fellowship's Souper Bowl of Caring. All the money collected will be given to the Central Missouri Food Bank. Attendees paid a dollar per cup of soup with the goal of collecting 500 dollars for the food bank on Sunday. Organizers said they hope the Souper Bowl will become a church tradition.

Souper Bowl fans cheer [Photo]

Monique Anderson reacts to what was initially ruled the Steelers' first touchdown in Superbowl XLIII, but was then overturned, on Sunday. Anderson attended a watch party for the Parkade Baptist Church Youth Group hosted by church members Wanda and Jim Scott. The Scotts opened their home to more than 40 youths of all ages.

Fresh eggs [Photo]

Alexis Koefoed holds freshly laid eggs while standing inside a henhouse at the Soul Food Farm in Vacaville, Calif. Rising in popularity is the product of "pastured" poultry, hens that have roamed free as a, well, bird.

Pastured poultry [Photo]

Alexis Koefoed poses with a hen while standing inside a henhouse at the Soul Food Farm in Vacaville, Calif., in December 2008. Eggs are going gourmet.

Hen with eggs [Photo]

A hen climbs into a spot to lay eggs inside a henhouse at the Soul Food Farm in Vacaville, Calif., on Dec. 19, 2008. Eggs are gaining in popularity among Americans again, but they aren't all the supermarket variety. Today's eggs come with blue shells and from ostriches and quails.

Cutting hair, keeping friends [Photo]

Ever enjoying her work at the Shear Image Family Hair Salon, Brenda Mahoney laughs at a joke told by one her many loyal customers while she puts the finishing touches on Mardie Bruner's twice-monthly coiffure Friday afternoon in Hallsville.

Lindsay Toler [Photo]

Lindsay Toler is a columnist for the Missourian

Missouri's DeMarre Carroll [Photo]

DeMarre Carroll tries to block a shot by Baylor's Kevin Rogers.

Missouri's Kim English [Photo]

Baylor University’s LaceDarius Dunn takes the ball down court with offensive pressure from Missouri’s Kim English at the game on Saturday in Mizzou Arena. The Tigers beat Baylor with a final score of 89-72.

Missouri fans out in force for Baylor game [Photo]

From left to right, Scott Bade, Jordan Barton and Deanna Louth cheer on the Missouri men's basketball team as they beat the Baylor Bears 89-72 on Saturday.

Missouri basketball celebrates with fans [Photo]

J.T. Tiller and DeMarre Carroll celebrate with Missouri fans in the stands after the game against Baylor on Saturday.

Missouri coach Mike Anderson [Photo]

Missouri coach Mike Anderson motions his team to defense quickly in the Missouri vs. Baylor game on Saturday. Missouri basketball beat Baylor 89-72.

Lyons makes a layup against Baylor [Photo]

Leo Lyons goes in for the shot against Baylor's Anthony Jones.

Leo Lyons in Missouri vs. Baylor game [Photo]

Missouri senior Leo Lyons, dribbles in for a shot at the MU vs. Baylor University men’s basketball game in Mizzou Arena on Saturday.

Rich history [Photo]

A property may make the Notable list if it has an interesting past. According to a newspaper article, The Dumas Apartments were raided during Prohibition, and police confiscated a still.

Taking advantage of warm weather [Photo]

John Haguewood took advantage of the warm weather and sunny day to clean his pickup truck. The unseasonably warm temperatures allowed Haguewood to ride his bike and play football with neighborhood residents earlier in the day.

Leo Lyons makes a layup [Photo]

Missouri senior Leo Lyons goes in for a layup during the Missouri vs. Baylor University men’s basketball game in Mizzou Arena on Saturday. The Tigers won the game 89-72.

Missouri's Leo Lyons [Photo]

Missouri senior Leo Lyons prepares for a free throw at the Missouri vs. Baylor University men's basketball game Saturday. The Tigers won the game 89-72.

Police chief candidate Kenneth Burton [Photo]

Police Chief Kenneth Burton of Haltom City, Texas is one of two finalists for the Columbia police chief position.

Police chief candidate Christine Laughlin [Photo]

Kansas City Police Major Christine Laughlin is one of two finalists for the position of Columbia police chief.
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