August 27, 2009
The Chump Change Band vocalist Emery Lovett, center, performs with fellow bandmates, guitarist/vocalist "Big" Babe Martin and saxophonist Kenneth Brantley during the 9th Street Summerfest concert outside of The Blue Note on Wednesday. The Chump Change Band opened for Chuck Berry at the venue and had the crowd swaying and dancing.
The crowd cheers while waiting for Chuck Berry to take the stage at the 9th Street Summerfest Festival outside of The Blue Note on Wednesday. Some audience members had seen Berry in their youth in the 60s.
Lois Bennett sways to the music of the Chump Change Band, who played before Chuck Berry during the 9th Street Summerfest Festival outside of The Blue Note on Wednesday. Bennett is part of a hula-hooping group called Hulagans, which performs at various musical festivals in the area.
August 26, 2009
Missouri right tackle Dan Hoch rides an exercise bicycle stationed by the Tigers' practice fields while his teammates go through Wednesday's workout. Hoch is rehabbing an injured knee and hopes to be ready to play in time for Missouri's season opener on Sept. 5. "I've been watching quite a bit," Hoch said, "trying to get those mental reps. But being out there with them is what's most important."
A house fire on Alpine Ridge Drive prompted a joint response from both City of Columbia and Boone County Fire District firefighters Wednesday. No one was hurt in the blaze.
In this image provided by Anheuser-Busch InBev, one of 27 designs for the company's promotional "Fan Cans" is shown. The company is dropping its "Fan Cans" promotions from communities around the country where colleges have complained that the effort, which sells cans of Bud Light in school colors, promotes underage drinking and infringes on trademarks.
Mayor Darwin Hindman will announce Thursday if he will run for a sixth term.
In this July 17, 1981, photo, Supreme Court nominee Sandra Day O'Connor and Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., make a statement to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington.
In this Jan. 28, 2008, photo, then-Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., smiles with Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., during a rally at American University in Washington, D.C., where Kennedy endorsed Obama.
In this Jan 8, 2002, photo, President George W. Bush, and Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., laugh before speaking at an event in Boston.
This undated photo shows the Kennedy brothers, John F. Kennedy, left, Robert Kennedy, and Ted Kennedy, right, in Hyannis Port, Mass.
In this Feb. 23, 1962, photo, Ted Kennedy inspects the Berlin Wall at Bernauer Street.
In a Sept. 27, 2004, photo, Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass delivers his speech about the effect of the war in Iraq on America's security at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Joseph P. Kennedy and his wife Rosemary Kennedy pose with their nine children for this picture in 1938 at Bronxville, N.Y. From left are, seated: Eunice, Jean, Edward (on lap of his father), Patricia, and Kathleen. Standing: Rosemary, Robert, John, Mrs. Kennedy, and Joseph, Jr.
Then-Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., smiles with Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., during a 2008 rally at American University in Washington, D.C., where Kennedy endorsed Obama for president. Kennedy, the liberal lion of the Senate, has died after battling a brain tumor. He was 77. Kennedy's family announced his death in a brief statement released early Wednesday.
Columbia Police Sgt. Barbara Buck takes down information from cyclist Jeff Wainright, left, and MU student and driver Dan Marston on Tuesday afternoon at Sixth and Walnut streets.
Eric Jaffe, pastor of Journey Church, sends updates and greetings to about a dozen people online during the early portion of Sunday's service in Orange Park, Fla. The congregation at Journey Church were asked to turn off the ringers on their phones, but were encouraged to send text messages, or to send status updates on Twitter and Facebook to encourage friends to join the service online.
Stephanie Waugh, right, watches as her husband Jeremy Waugh text messages a friend, who said he'd meet them at church during Sunday's service at Journey Church in Orange Park, Fla. The congregation at Journey Church were asked to turn off the ringers on their phones, but were encouraged to send text messages, or to send status updates on Twitter and Facebook to encourage friends to join the service online.
August 25, 2009
Missouri linebacker Andrew Gachkar goes through drills at Tuesday's practice. Surgery for a blood clot caused Gachkar to miss spring practice as a sophomore.
Missouri linebacker Andrew Gachkar catches his breath and listens to his coach during a break in drills at Tuesday's practice. Since having surgery for a blood clot in January 2008, Gachkar says his conditioning is almost back to normal.