September 19, 2008
Chef Jeff Nathan of Abigael's Restaurant in Manhattan is bringing a new level of chicness to kosher dining.
A Christie's auction house worker in London adjusts "Study from Portrait of Pope Innocent X by Velazquez," a Francis Bacon painting. The painting is one of dozens inspired by Velazquez's work, which Bacon described as "a picture I have always been haunted by." More than 15 years after his death, a retrospective of his work heads to London, Madrid and New York.
Francis Bacon, a self-taught painter, used disturbing imagery and distorted figures to address life's big questions with brutal frankness.
MU defensive tackle Ziggy Hood is on the Outland Trophy Watch List his season.
Missouri nose tackle Jaron Baston, center, No. 96, fights a blocker during the Tigers’ game against Nevada.
Jaron Baston laughs with the other linemen during practice Sept. 16.
Missouri nose tackle Jaron Baston pumps up the crowd during the Tigers’ game against Nevada.
Sophomore linebacker Jeff Gettys signals to his teammates where to stand during a practice play Sept. 16.
September 18, 2008
The Newcomer Schoolhouse in Shelter Gardens was the site for One Read program's talk about the role of one-room schoolhouses in American history.
Linda Green browses through photos of her childhood days, when she attended a one room schoolhouse in southern Iowa. Green spoke about her experiences in that schoolhouse and the role one room schoolhouses have played in history for the One Read program, sponsored by KOPN Tuesday.
MU student Sarah Byrne talks about a book with Tatum Owens at the Newcomer Schoolhouse Tuesday at Shelter Gardens. Byrne was a volunteer for the One Read event that focused on the roles one room school houses have played in history.
Rock Bridge offensive lineman Skylar Hinton gets carted off the field after breaking his left fibula in a loss to McCluer North on Sept. 12, 2008.
Although quarterback Drew Willy, a team leader among the Bulls, downplays his ability to make teammates better, Buffalo coach Turner Gill said it’s one of the senior’s biggest assets.
Taylor Cowan celebrates with teammates after Hickman’s win. Her coach Courtney Haskell calls her a workhorse.
Dylan Barduzzi motions to his Columbia Cougar teammates on Wednesday during a soccer match against their Lindenwood rivals. Barduzzi, a freshman from Brazil, did not find the back of the net during his team's 2-1 loss.
Hickman senior Taylor Cowan makes her delivery against Rock Bridge on Thurday night. Cowan threw a perfect game in the Kewpies 1-0 victory at University Field on the MU campus.
Tally Mattos digs during a Columbia Cougars volleyball practice. Mattos, whose home is in Brazil, enjoys chatting with her friends there via MSN Messenger. Browsing the web is among her interests, and it was through the Internet that she was recruited for the Cougars' team.