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Pat Wilder takes charge

Pat Wilder belts a solo during her performance with the Music Maker Blues Revue at the Peace Park stage on Saturday during the 2010 Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Blue lights and blues

Bev Little dances in the glow of the Peace Park stage on Saturday at the 2010 Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival in Columbia.

Mudcat begins set at Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ

Atlanta-based musician Mudcat, begins his set with the Music Maker Blues Revue at the Peace Park stage on Saturday.

Hot off the grill

Eric Starr, 28, of Chicago, and Lindsay Yoder, 26, a graduate student at MU, pump barbecue sauces onto their burgers from Hoss' Market at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival on Saturday.

Jamaican Jerk Hut grills chicken

Rex Scott, 34, grills chicken at the Jamaican Jerk Hut during the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival on Saturday. Scott said that he has been cooking jerk chicken at the festival since it started in 2007. The Jamaican Jerk Hut makes about 500 pounds of meat to serve at the festival, and it takes about three hours to grill.

Guitar case speckled with stickers at Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival

A guitar case decorated with a plethora of stickers sits backstage prior to the Music Maker Blues Revue set on Saturday.

Beatle Bob grooves to the music on the Peace Park stage

Beatle Bob, a well-known music fan from St. Louis, dances his signature moves at the Peace Park stage on Saturday. Beatle Bob, born Robert Matonis, has reportedly attended a live show every day for 14 years.

Readying CDs before the show

Mudcat, left, and Albert White, of the Music Maker Blues Revue, organize CDs backstage in Peace Park before their set on Saturday at 2010 Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Enjoying the music

Richard Davis, left, and Tina Thompson watch the Honey Island Swamp Band perform during the 2010 Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival on Saturday.

Groovin' with the Honey Island Swamp Band

The Honey Island Swamp Band performs in Peace Park during the Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival on Saturday.

Dribbling drills with the kids

MU basketball players Steve Moore, left, and Ricardo Ratliffe, run through a dribbling drill with local kids during the third consecutive year of their youth basketball clinic on Saturday at Douglass Park.

First meet as MU coach

MU's new swim team coach, Greg Rhodenbaugh, watches a heat during his first competitive meet as coach for the Tigers.

MU running back De'Vion Moore vs. Miami-Ohio

Junior tailback De'Vion Moore brings experience to Missouri's three-man running back rotation.

MU tailback Henry Josey vs. Miami-Ohio

The early success of freshman running back Henry Josey is one of the reasons Missouri has adopted a three-man rotation for this season's running game.

MU running back Kendial Lawrence scores against Miami-Ohio

Missouri sophomore tailback Kendial Lawrence scored the first touchdown of his career against Miami-Ohio, a game in which each of the Tigers' top three running backs claimed touchdowns.

The Record Collector jams at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival

The Columbia-based band, The Record Collector, performs at Seventh and Locust streets on Saturday for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Strumming her pain

Joanne Shaw Taylor plays electric guitar during her set at Seventh and Locust streets on Saturday. Taylor hails from Great Britain and specializes in blues rock.

The Dynamites perform at Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival

Soul singer Charles Walker joins his band, The Dynamites, on stage at Peace Park on Saturday for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Darts hit pig-target at atlatl competition

Darts fly toward and hit a "flying pig" target during an atlatl practice session before a competition at the Columbia Bass Pro Shop on Saturday.

Teen practicing for atlatl competition at the Bass Pro Shop

Travis Rhodes, 16, of Jackson, throws a dart with an atlatl during a practice session before the atlatl competition at the Bass Pro Shop on Saturday. Rhodes has been learning the atlatl for about three months.
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