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Just after 8 p.m., Addison’s dimmed its lights in observance of Earth Hour, a global event to raise awareness of energy conservation, and patrons enjoyed their dinners by candlelight.

Lessons of losing at Missouri Relays [Photo]

A.J. Miller of Rock Bridge pole vaults into the bar in the ninth annual Missouri Relays at Walton Stadium.

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Emma Booth of HeliasHigh School performs a long-jump in the ninth annual Missouri Relays.

Bunraku Bay's traditional Japanese puppetry [Video]

Martin Holman, director of Bunraku Bay Puppet Troupe and coordinator of MU's Japanese Studies, discusses the complexity of Japanese puppets.

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Kotobuki Shiki Sanbaso is a celebratory dance piece that opens every Bunraku Bay performance.

Spill it: Terry Nickerson, taxi driver [Photo]

Terry Nickerson, taxi driver for A-1 Taxi.

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Terry Nickerson, taxi driver for A-1 Taxi.

Imam merges American roots and Islamic faith [Photo]

Ronald Smith Jr. has been the imam at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri for a few weeks now. He hasn't found an apartment yet, but he will pick up his wife and child from New Jersey soon.

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Ronald Smith Jr., the new imam for the Islamic Center of Central Missouri, speaks during services on March 14.

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A 2005 performance of the Sambaso in Massachusetts.

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In "The Scene of the Pilgrim's Song," puppet character Oyumi meets her daughter, Otsuru, whom she had been forced to abandon as an infant 10 years earlier in Tokushima.

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Kotobuki Shiki Sanbaso is a celebratory dance piece that opens every Bunraku Bay performance.

You know you're from Columbia if... [Photo]

John Marshall prepares burgers at Booches, a restaurant and pool hall on 9th Street in Columbia on Christmas Eve, 2007. By tradition, many Columbian families get together at Booches on Christmas Eve to eat the restaurant's famous burgers served on wax paper. More than 1,200 burgers are prepared on busy days like this, Marshall said.

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From left to right, Caelum Johnson, 18, Jennifer Heman, 16, Lauren Orschelm, 16, Laura Oberbeck, 16, Maggie Kauffman, 17, Sainy Hussam, 17, and Daniel Burke-Agüero, 17 walk on the MKT Trail to raise money for AIDS, in December, 2007. The Rock Bridge students walked 21 miles and asked for donations of $21.

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Missouri fans cheer as the men's basketball team scores at the Mizzou Arena in 2006. The Tigers won the game against Texas Tech 71-58.

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Revelers dance on Ninth Street during Twilight Festival in June 2007.

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Inside the Blue Note in downtown Columbia.

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Annarose Overshiner, 7, sits on her bike before the March to March parade during the True/False Film Festival in 2008.

Mo. company made ‘John Adams’ pewter [Photo]

Patricia and Tom Hooper of Louisiana, Mo., showcase a few of the pewter items they made for the Home Box Office mini-series "John Adams." Their firm, ASL Pewter, is listed in the credits of the production.

Laura Nauser: bringing a business perspective [Photo]

Fifth Ward councilwoman Laura Nauser plays with her dogs Charlie, left, and Trilo at her home in southwest Columbia on Friday. Nauser is running unopposed for re-election.
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