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The bike show at the National Bikers Roundup on Saturday allowed people to test drive some of Harley-Davidson's bikes. The most crowded area of the show, however, was the section where riders were allowed to put their own bikes on display to show off custom detailing. One biker had a helmet customized by a student at the Art Institute of Illinois for $25 with a skull and his biker name, "Knuck," on it.

Posing on his Harley

Shawn "Bones" Black, 35, poses with his 2010 Harley-Davidson Street Glide. The bike is detailed with $100 bills covering its entirety, work that Black says cost him $25,000.

Figure-eight drivers prepare for race

From left, Brandon Rice and Cory Basinger prepare for the figure-eight race at the Boone County Fair on July 28. Basinger won first place the year in 2009.

Friends attend vigil for Daniel Schatz in Sullivan

Friends and family of Daniel Schatz, 19, fill the football stadium at Sullivan High School in Sullivan on Friday to honor his life and passing. Schatz was killed during Thursday's school bus accident on Interstate 44. Daniel was the driver of the pickup that was crushed between the truck and one of two school buses involved in the accident.

Friends honor former Missouri quarterback at vigil

Kyle Johns, 19, prays during the candlelight vigil for Daniel Schatz on Friday night. Friends and family of Schatz, 19, filled the football stadium at Sullivan High School in Sullivan on Friday to honor his life and passing. Schatz was killed during Thursday's school bus accident on Interstate 44. Daniel was the driver of the pickup truck that was crushed between the truck and one of two school buses involved in the accident.

Visiting D&D Animal Sanctuary

Olivia LaMonda tours the grounds of D&D Animal Sanctuary with her new friend Bubba, a potbellied pig, on Sunday during an open house event. When asked what noise Bubba made, Olivia pointed and proudly said "Woof!"

Stricker eyes the end zone

Kerwin Stricker, 9, catches the ball on the second day of MU football practice on Friday morning.

Get excited!

Terrell Resonno, 93, and Ashton Glaser, 16, get pumped before their second MU football practice Friday morning.

Tyler Gabbert goes to pass

Tyler Gabbert, 7, freshman quarterback, on the second day of MU football practice on Friday morning.

The fashion of the day

Pausing before a display of women's fashion at the time of Gwynn Hall's construction, Shirley Gwynn-Crane said she couldn't help but remark on the corsets. "Look at that 18-inch waist! Nobody is that tiny when they are 7 years old!"

Portrait of a great aunt

"My, she was a beautiful woman, wasn't she?" said Shirley Gwynn-Crane about the portrait of her great aunt Marie Louise Gwynn that hangs in the lounge of Gwynn Hall.

Delighting in her history

Shirley Gwynn-Crane and her husband, Charles Crane, decided to explore Gwynn Hall as they passed through Columbia on Thursday, Aug. 5. They discovered a portrait of Gwynn-Crane's great-aunt Marie Louise Gwynn hanging in the lounge. "Oh my goodness there she is," Gwynn-Crane said as she entered the room.

Pictures of a family namesake

Shirley Gwynn-Crane photographs the entrance to Gwynn Hall, which is part of MU's College of Human Environmental Sciences.

Bikes parked at campsites

Friends and family members gather around their campsites on Thursday night at the National Bikers Roundup at the Boone County Fairgrounds.The Roundup concludes this weekend.

Bikes on display

Bikes and their owners lined the main access road through the Boone County Fairgrounds at the National Bikers Roundup on Thursday night. Bikers put their rides on display as they rode down the access road revving their engines.

Enjoying the music

Lady Ryder and Chilly Willy of the Iron Sliders Motorcycle Club from Radcliff, Ky., enjoy live music at the National Bikers Roundup at the Boone County Fairgrounds on Thursday night.

Dancing to the beat at the Bikers Roundup

Bea Edmundson, of Nashville, Tenn., dances to live music at the National Bikers Roundup at the Boone County Fairgrounds on Thursday night.

Cheering crowd

Thousands of fans cheer the arrival of actors Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg for a showing of the new movie "The Other Guys" at Wehrenberg Chesterfield Galaxy.

Keys to the city

Actors Will Ferrell, right, and Mark Wahlberg, center, are handed keys to the city by St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, left, before a showing of the new movie "The Other Guys" at Wehrenberg Chesterfield Galaxy theater on Thursday, Aug. 5.

Will Ferrell

Actor Will Ferrell runs up on stage to speak to a large crowd gathered for a showing of the new movie "The Other Guys."
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