March 4, 2011
Derek Carson sounds the call to march as the True False Film Festival's March March Parade began Friday evening. The parade was an open call to anyone who wanted to march, the wackier the costume, the better. For complete coverage of the True False Film Festival, go to www.voxmagazine.com.
Students sit among Beat KU signs created by the Alumni Association Student Board on Friday. The signs are part of an effort to get students pumped up for the men's basketball game. The MU Tigers take on the Kansas Jayhawks 11 a.m Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
Beat KU signs rest against the MU Columns on Friday. The signs are part of "Beat KU Week" that has included t-shirt sales, watch parties and a Jayawk roast to get fans pumped up for the Men's basketball game against Kansas at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
John Tucker is the assistant night editor at the New Hampshire Union Leader. He is also the vice president of The Newspaper Guild Local 31167 in Manchester, NH.
Brad Clemons is a columnist for the Missourian.
Southeast Correctional Center offenders Ricky Kidd, left, and Derek Holmes play with "Lil' Bill," the dog they're training through Puppies for Parole, a program that offers selected offenders an opportunity to train dogs rescued from animal shelters and animal advocate groups. The dogs are trained in basic obedience and tested for the Canine Good Citizen Award and then made available for adoption.
One of four police car-mounted infrared cameras, part of the ALPR (Automated License Plate Recognition) system installed in a patrol car at the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Central Patrol Division, is seen in this photograph on Thursday afternoon. The system, manufactured by PIPS Technology, is a new tool for the police department. "This is an extra set of eyes in the police car," said Lieutenant Ronald Danback.
Missourian sports writer Ben Frederickson
Robin Pingeton sits on the bench next to Iowa State women's basketball coach Bill Fennelly during her days as an assistant coach for the Cyclones.
Missouri guard Trenee Thornton tries to pass around Oklahoma State defender Tiffany Bias in a Feb. 16 game at Mizzou Arena. Thornton went 7-of-13 from 3-point range in the Tigers' 71-65 overtime victory.
Missouri's Kim English, right, is greeted by Kansas' Josh Selby before the teams played Feb. 7 in Lawrence, Kan.
March 3, 2011
Robin LaBrunerie waits in line for a drink at the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala at the Missouri Theatre on Thursday evening. Thursday was LaBrunerie's 49th birthday. "Nothing better than going to True/False on your birthday," she said.
Crowds wait for the premiere of the film "Benda Bilili" at the Missouri Theatre Center of the Arts during the True/False Film Festival on Thursday evening.
Melanie Smith poses for a photograph at the Missouri Theatre during the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala on Thursday night. Smith created the outfit herself. She traveled to the festival from Asheville, N.C., for her third year at True/False.
Marie Kerl looks off the balcony at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts during the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala on Thursday. Kerl has attended the festival every year except the first.
John Nichols walks up the stairs at the Missouri Theatre during the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala on Thursday.
Jesse Craig poses as he takes a sip of his drink at the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala on Thursday night at the Missouri Theatre. Craig dressed as the character Max from "Where the Wild Things Are." Craig is looking forward to this year's festival. "You never know exactly what you're getting into," he said.
Leola Davis poses for a photograph before the beginning of the True/False Film Festival Jubilee Gala at the Missouri Theatre on Thursday. Davis, a True/False volunteer, worked as the music liaison for the band David Wax Museum, who played at the gala Thursday night.
James Miska of the band Bramble performs Thursday outside the True/False box office. The band played music as people waited to pick up their movie tickets.
Individual tickets went on sale at noon Thursday at the True/False box office on the corner of Ninth and Cherry streets. Last year, more than 25,000 tickets were sold.