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Kenny Rankin

Kenny Rankin in 2006. The singer-songwriter died of complications related to lung cancer, his record company announced on Monday.

Alex Inneco teaches at Carpe Diem

Alex Inneco teaches the first in a series of music history classes at Carpe Diem on Locust Street on June 1.

Carpe Diem in Columbia

Carpe Diem on Locust Street hosted the first in a series of music history classes on June 1.

Cacao trees in Costa Rica

While at "Finca La Virgen," a cacao farm in Costa Rica, Galve, left, planted a cacao plant next to cacao trees, while Dan Greene, right, watched. Cacao is the fruit which produces the seeds that make chocolate.

Viper in Costa Rica

A viper snake she found on a trail in the Arenal Volcano. This snake was one of many animals Galve saw in Costa Rica.

Flowers of Costa Rica

These are Costa Rica's native flowers. These flowers can also be found in Columbia but they must be replanted every year, Galve said.

Engaging people: Mario Manzini

Elvis impersonator and Columbia resident Mario Manzini performs at the Eagles club in California, Mo., on April 24. Manzini, a Bronx, N.Y., native has lived and worked in Columbia for more than 25 years. In addition to his Elvis shows, Manzini does magic shows for kids and has traveled the globe as an escape artist.

Soothing therapy session

Bonnie Tarantino rubs a bowl with a wand to make soothing sounds during a Reiki therapy session with a patient on Oct. 24, 2008, in the trauma center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

Reiki treatment

Reiki specialist Bonnie Tarantino helps treat a patient at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore on Oct. 24, 2008. Reiki is just one type of alternative medicine that is finding its way into hospitals.

Alternative healing finds way into hospitals

Bonnie Tarantino, left, and nurse Donna Audia, center, perform Reiki on a patient on Oct. 24, 2008, as the patient's mother and wife hold his hands at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

Lohse on DL

Kyle Lohse, 4-4 with a 3.99 ERA, was hit by a pitch last month and skipped a turn to let the swelling go down. He aggravated the injury Wednesday night on a diving stop of Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto's bunt single.

La Russa, Twitter settle lawsuit

St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa and Twitter have reached a settlement in his lawsuit against the social networking site. "There is a law against improperly using a person's name without authorization and it wasn't authorized," La Russa said. "You can't sue everybody for criticizing you, but it seemed like that was the perception. It was improper use of the name, but it's been settled."

Stewart edges Edwards

Tony Stewart (14), Carl Edwards (99) and Matt Kenseth (17) follow the pace car during a restart Sunday in the NASCAR Pocono 500 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. Stewart won the race, with Edwards in second. Kenseth finished 16th. NASCAR debuted revamped restarts at Pocono in an effort to add more competitive spice and give in to fans clamoring for more excitement. The most obvious change: the race leader has the option to restart on the inside or outside, with the second-place driver pulling alongside.

Carridine death

Actor David Carradine in this Wednesday, March 10, 2004 file photo at his home in the Tarzana section of Los Angeles. The Carradine family is asking the FBI and a private forensics expert to help investigate death of the "Kung Fu" actor, who died Thursday in Bangkok.

Show-Me Games three-on-three soccer tournament

Coach Jeff Ayers huddles with his players between plays Saturday during the Show-Me State Games three-on-three soccer tournament.

Carp die-off

Joe Deters and Erinn Beahan, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation contractors working with U.S. Geological Survey return to the ramp after collecting silver carp for a study on Omega-3 fatty acids in February. The health of silver carp in the Missouri River have recently started to decline because of lack of food.

5th annual National Trails Day

At Columbia's fifth annual celebration of National Trails Day on Saturday, Greg Blakemore holds his daughter, 19-month-old Mera, as she timidly pets the mailbox turtle at the Runge Conservation Nature Center's animal table. Volunteer Kerra Wieberg explained that there are orange spots on the turtle because it is mating season.

Columbia youth soccer coach Rick Hess

Rick Hess, right, chats with fellow coach Don Roberts at Saturday’s Show-Me State Games three-on-three soccer tournament.

Golfers' dress bigpartof Knickerbocker Tournament

ason Cooley and Jeff Glenn comment on each other’s outfits before the Country Club of Missouri’s third annual Knickerbocker Golf Tournament. The tournament and its theme are inspired by Steve Inslee, a past member of the country club known for wearing argyle socks and vintage knickerbockers at tournaments.

How Etienne's family came from Burundi

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