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Kevin Costner and Modern West [Photo]

Kevin Costner and Modern West play at the Blue Note on Monday.

Kevin Costner fan outside the Blue Note [Photo]

Steffi Simon, 84, of St. Charles, presents one of the countless pictures of Kevin Costner that she possesses in front of the Blue Note before the concert of Kevin Costner and Modern West on Monday. Simon's granddaughter arranged a meet and greet with Kevin Costner for Simon. "I've been dying to see him for years," Simon said." ... (now I) finally got the chance."

Kevin Costner greets fans [Photo]

Kevin Costner greets fans on his way from the tour bus to Room 38 restaurant and lounge where he had a meet and greet with selected fans before his concert with Modern West at the Blue Note on Monday.

Carl Edwards poses with a fan at Costner concert [Photo]

NASCAR driver Carl Edwards poses for a picture with Melinda Peak of Centertown in front of the Blue Note before the concert of Kevin Costner and Modern West on Monday.

Fans line up to see Kevin Costner [Photo]

Fans line up outside the Blue Note before the concert of Kevin Costner and Modern West on Monday.

Kevin Costner in Columbia [Photo]

Kevin Costner performs with his band, Modern West, at the Blue Note on Monday.

Radio Adelante Episode 13 [Audio]

No. 13
Aired December 20, 2008

Episode 13 Contents

Carolina Escalera hosts her final show with Radio Adelante before moving to Brazil to intern with the Associated Press. She introduces the show's new host, Dolores Obregon. Mark Stanley reports on Spanish-language masses in Columbia. International and national news and the community calendar complete the show.

Host/Reporter: Carolina Escalera
Reporters: Mark Stanley, Dolores Obregon
Producer: Sarah Horne and Sara Shahriari
Business Manager: Mark Stanley

Grant student Brianna Ellis listens to Rep. Steve Hobbs [Photo]

Brianna Ellis, center, listens as one of her classmates asks Rep. Steve Hobbs a question on Friday. Hobbs came to speak in front of a class of fifth-graders at Grant Elementary School as part of the "Civic Month."

Grant fifth-grader Maddie Mutrux [Photo]

Maddie Mutrux, a fifth-grader at Grant Elementary School, listens to Rep. Steve Hobbs talking about his responsibilities as a state representative on Friday.

Grant student introduces Hobbs [Photo]

Maddie Mutrux, third from left, introduces Rep. Steve Hobbs, right, to her classmates at Grant Elementary School on Friday. Maddie invited Hobbs to speak about his responsibilities as a state representative as a part of the "Civic Month" at her school. Maddie interviewed Hobbs on the phone the night before. "I asked him if he was a dog or a cat person," Maddie mentioned, "but he said he was a tractor person."

Power wheelchair soccer practice [Photo]

Stewart Bailey and Aimee Wehmeier line up to receive a corner ball at a power soccer practice. According to the rules, the receiver must be 15 feet away from the person kicking the ball in bounds and the opposing team's player must be behind them.

Rep. Steve Hobbs speaks to fifth-graders [Photo]

Rep. Steve Hobbs speaks about the responsibilities of a state representative to fifth-graders at Grant Elementary School on Friday as part of the "Civic Month." "That's my favorite part of this job. ... when I get to go to my schools," Hobbs said. "(The children) have so many questions and (are) so eager to learn."

Power wheelchair scrimmage [Photo]

Greg Abbott, right, receives a pass from his teammate Tucker Johnsen during a half-court scrimmage of the power soccer team's practice. Half-court scrimmages consist of teams of six: three players on offense, two players on defense and a goalie.

0202 The Beat [Audio]

Fans watch Super Bowl [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.

Pitsburgh Steelers win Super Bowl [Photo]

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin holds hands as they watch the end of the fourth quarter of Sunday's Super Bowl. In a game filled with sudden swings of momentum the Steelers prevailed over the Arizona Cardinals 27-23.

Radio Adelante Episode 14 [Audio]

No. 14
Aired January 24, 2009

Episode 14 Contents

Dolores Obregon, Radio Adelante's new host, makes her debut in the first show of the new year. Roberto Barros reports on the reaction of Columbia's Hispanic community to the swearing in of Barack Obama. International and national news and the community calendar complete the show.

Host/Reporter: Dolores Obregon
Reporters: Roberto Barros, Yuritza Oliver
Producer: Sara Shahriari
Translator: Gabriela Renteria
Business Manager: Mark Stanley

Radio Adelante Episode 15 [Audio]

No. 15
Aired January 31, 2009

Episode 15 Contents

Radio Adelante talks with Cuban refugees who now make their home in Columbia. Dolores Obregon interviews Axel Fuentes, who promotes healthy working conditions for workers in the meat packing plants of Milan, Mo. International and national news and the community calendar complete the show.

Host/Reporter: Dolores Obregon
Reporters: Amy Allen, Guadalupe Martinez
Producer: Sara Shahriari
Translator: Gabriela Renteria
Business Manager: Mark Stanley

Empty bowls score [Photo]

The judges of Christian Fellowship's Souper Bowl of Caring on Sunday had a variety of soups to score in three separate categories: broth, chili and chowder. The empty crockpots at the end of the event showed the attendees' favorites. The winner of each category received a soup ladle. The organizers plan to upload the recipes of the entered soups on their Web site at christianfellowship.com.

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.
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