September 20, 2008
Jeremy Maclin carries the ball against Buffalo on Saturday. The receiver had 14 catches in the game for 168 yards.
Missouri tight end Chase Coffman caught 10 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown Saturday. But he also lost a fumble, one of three Tigers turnovers. “That’s something that we need to get fixed,” he said.
MU defensive tackle Ziggy Hood runs toward Buffalo punter Peter Fardon during the Tigers’ game Saturday.
September 19, 2008
The Lambda Pi Eta sorority and Intercollegiate Communication Organization of Mizzou co-hosted Pie-A-Professor, an MU fundraising event for prospective communications students, on Friday. Students paid $2 to pie willing professors.
Heather Hoffman, 24, shows her support for state Sen. Chuck Graham at Demstock, held at The Blue Fugue on Thursday night.
Ian Beiersdorf, center, of Al Holiday and The Lucky Stars covers an Otis Redding song for a young and pumped crowd of Democrats. The show was part of Demstock, which was held at The Blue Fugue on Thursday night.
Executive Chef Jeff Nathan poses for a picture in the kitchen of his kosher restaurant, Abigael's, in New York. A new generation of cooks is redefining what it means to be kosher.
A sushi and sashimi platter with a soy sauce fountain is seen at Abigael's Restaurant in New York.
A sushi and sashimi platter is seen at Abigael's Restaurant in New York.
Cashew encrusted sea bass with Thai coconut rice is seen at Abigael's Restaurant in New York.
Eric Reuter feeds grass to Dianna, one of his goats at Chert Hollow Farm on Sept. 9. "I don't have to spend money outside, I got milk from goats and meat from goats," Reuter said.
Seared sashimi at Abigael's Restaurant.
A soy sauce fountain is a chic addition to an Abigael’s sushi and sashimi platter.
Cashew encrusted sea bass with Thai coconut rice is a luxurious take on Kosher dining, seen at Abigael’s Restaurant in New York.
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.