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Volunteers for the True/False Film Festival hoist giant letters above their heads as they lead the March into March parade on Friday.

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Ericka Evans waits for her number to be called in the 'Q' line Saturday night at Ragtag for the film "The Mosquito Problem."

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Joao Gilberto, left, and Giovanna Accurso take a break on the new patio at the Ragtag Theater between movies on Sunday at the True/False Festival.

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Dan Thompson plays his violin on Saturday in the sun outside the Windsor Theater as filmgoers leave a showing of "Shake the Devil Off!" during the True/False film festival.

Pagan Leap day [Slideshow]

Tea leaf reader Chrissy Osbourne and Tarot card reader Aislinn Firehawk interpret their respective media.

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Kent Durk is living his dream through 360icon. His sense of adventure and passion never run out. After photographing two abandoned houses in the freezing air of February and starting the trek back to Columbia, he looked out the window and said, "There's a road. Wonder where that goes." If his wife, Cindy, hadn't been behind the wheel proclaiming her hunger, he would have gone.

Spill it: A conversation with Jody Floor [Photo]

Masseuse Jody Floor works kinks out of the sore neck of Jocelyn Campbell at her office at 3610 Buttonwood Dr. in Columbia.

True/False has Columbia seeing red — in a good way [Photo]

Annarose Overshiner, 7, sits on her bike before the start of the March to March parade during the True/False Film Festival on Friday afternoon in downtown Columbia.

Tasting sushi [Photo]

The number 28 Mizzou Entrée at Bamboo is made with crab meat, cucumber, rice, seaweed, and fried shrimp in a white sauce. Bamboo offers 44 different varietys of entrees, and specialize in their sauces, according to apprentice chef Bruce Inn.

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Bamboo is located in the Broadway Business Park Court, #101, off West Broadway by Hyvee and Walmart. The restaurant, only two months old, offers sophisticated presention and an ample selection of sushi.

The eclectic ensemble [Photo]

People watch the marching band Mucca Pazza perform during the March to March parade Friday afternoon, in downtown Columbia. The parade, a True/False Film Festival event, started at Ninth and Broadway and made its way down Broadway, ending at Stephens College.

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Band instruments sit in the middle of Ninth Street before the start of the March to March parade during the True/False Film Festival Friday afternoon in downtown Columbia.

Big second half gives Baylor victory over Missouri [Photo]

Missouri's Keon Lawrence shoots the ball around Baylor's Kevin Rogers during the first half of Saturday's game.

Bruck struggles, but MU softball wins doubleheader [Photo]

Andee Allen of the MU softball team is tagged out by Tyler Benson as she slides into second base during play against Boston University.


Non-invasive cavity treatment being developed [Photo]

Hao Li, left, and Qingsong Yu, right, stand in front of their lab equipment at MU's School of Engineering. Both studied in China before earning their doctorates in the United States.

Students prepare for night of song, dance and fashion from all around the world [Photo]

Jingqian Xu, 25, practices a traditional Chinese dance for Saturday night's International Fashion Show.

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Wendi Wong, 20, practices a traditional dance of the Wei Wu Er, one of China's many ethnic minorities.

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From left, Shengu Lu, Jingqian Xu and Wendi Wong practice their routine. "This international fashion show is a really good opportunity for international students to present their own culture," Shengu said.

State park's missing layers of history [Photo]

Jewish organizations react to controversial speaker [Photo]

Norman Finkelstein
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