March 18, 2008
Max Fitzgerald juggles inside the lobby of the Fine Arts Building at MU, on Monday.
T.J. Graven, left, Max Fitzgerald and Becca Allgire practice their juggling skills on Monday.
The landscaped medians along Forum Boulevard just north of Crestwood Drive remain without street lights though the city had originally planned to have the street lit by winter 2007.
Children's tricycles lay in the front yard of a home across the street from Unitee Market on W. Sexton Road on March 12. Billy Coats opened the market in December to provide a convenient grocery store and barber shop for area residents.
Mike Hill, left, trims Lewis Cross's hair at Unitee Action Barber Shop, 301 W. Sexton Road, on March 12. Hill, who used to work at Master Cuts in Columbia Mall, said he hopes for the shop to serve as a symbol of unity within the neighborhood.
Delbert Harris and his son Delbert Harris, Jr., speak with Curtis McClinton, far left, and Dennis Coats, far right, while eating a snack at Unitee Market, March 12. Harris, who grew up in the neighborhood around the market and currently resides outside Columbia city limits, helps at the market by making deli sandwiches for sale.
Matt Kinamore, president of the MU Shooting Club, aims his gun at skeet practice Saturday.
March 17, 2008
Carly, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, obediently awaits a treat from owner and handler Bill Shelton after showing at the Columbia Kennel Dog Show on March 8. The pair traveled from Los Angeles for the event. "Just like a hobbyist spends their time and money on a boat, we put our resources into Carly," Bill Shelton said.
Carl and Merna Sneed.
Four people walk past Ellis Library on the MU campus Monday. Columbia is forecast to receive 1-2 inches of rain.
MU student Anne Wohlgemuth walks on the top level of the Hitt Street garage Monday afternoon. She said that she decided to wear rubber boots exclusively because of the weather. "It has nothing to do with fashion," she said.
Guitar Hero has made its mark on popular culture, and it recently exceeded $1 billion in sales. The game has been the subject of tournaments around the nation, and it has also appeared in music videos and TV shows.
A man walks on Hitt Street under heavy rain Monday.
Robert "Bob" LeMone was seen by friends as a mentor to many and always willing to help others.