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Friends catch up at reading

Friends catch up at a reading of the new book "Six Doors to the Seventh Dimension" on Friday at the Columbia Art League.

Genevieve Howard signs book

Genevieve A. Howard signs a copy of "Six Doors to the Seventh Dimension" on Friday at the Columbia Art League. Howard is co-author of the book. She said she felt the love and support of her family and friends who came out to support her. "It was really beautiful," she said.

Carson, Howard and McGee, co-authors

Timothy Carson, Genevieve A. Howard and Jenny McGee, co-authors of "Six Doors to the Seventh Dimension," held a book reading and signing Friday at the Columbia Art League.

Tommy Thompson at helm of Arctic Explorer

Tommy Thompson, left, stands at the helm of the Arctic Explorer on Aug. 29, 1991, as Bob Evans, center, and Barry Schatz look on in Norfolk, Va. Thompson led a group that recovered millions of dollars worth of sunken treasure only to end up involved in court cases brought by dozens of insurance companies laying claim to the treasure.

A re-enactor pretends to be dead

As the crowd looks on Saturday, a man dressed as a soldier pretends to be dead during the re-enactment of the Battle of Centralia.

Traditional music at Battle of Centralia

Cathy Barton and Dave Para perform traditional music at the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Centralia on Saturday in Centralia.

Checking on an injured soldier

Ron Talurt checks a wounded soldier during the re-enactment of the Battle of Centralia Saturday. Talurt has been participating in re-enactments for 36 years. He also has been a part of nine movies over his career.

Re-enactors play a game

Re-enactors play a game of kings in the corner after a generic re-enactment, where all divisions demonstrated what typical battles would have looked like.

A re-enactor explains Civil War guns

Ron Talurt answers questions, poses for pictures and explains how to load his handgun Saturday after the re-enactment of the Battle of Centralia, which commemorated the battle's 150th anniversary. Talurt has been participating in re-enactments for 36 years.

Re-enactors dress as civilians

Barbara and Jay Jackson dress as civilians in the re-enactment at the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Centralia on Saturday. They came to support their friends. The couple are owners of Frank James Bank Museum in Missouri City.

Re-enactors clash with sabers

Re-enactors battle with sabers on horseback on Saturday during the Battle of Centralia. The re-enactment was performed in Centralia to commemorate the battle's 150th anniversary.

Re-enactors stand in formation

Re-enactors line up in formation before the beginning of the recreation of the Battle of Centralia on Saturday. The re-enactment commemorated the battle's 150th anniversary.

People line front row at I'm Shmacked event

People line the front row of the I'm Schmacked event Friday night at The Blue Note.

Ryan Marks and Kenny Beats perform at I'm Shmacked

Ryan Marks, left, and Kenny Beats, who form the music duo Loudpvck, perform during the I'm Shmacked event Friday night at The Blue Note.

Loudpvck poses for photo at I'm Shmacked

Music duo Loudpvck poses for a photo with the crowd during the I'm Shmacked event Friday at The Blue Note. I'm Shmacked is a party tour visiting various universities across the U.S.

Austin Davis throws past a defender

Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Corey Wootton, left, contests a pass by St. Louis Rams quarterback Austin Davis during a game Sept. 7 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.

Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces Apple Pay

Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new Apple Pay product on Sept. 9 in Cupertino, Calif. Some experts believe Apple Pay, with its presence on millions of iPhones and its advanced security features, could be the service that leads to widespread adoption of the so-called mobile wallet.

Football fans on a mission pose with Missouri poms squad

Seth Vander Tuig, left, and Mike Fulton pose with the Missouri poms squad in Columbia before Saturday's game against Central Florida.

MU color guard performs during first quarter

The MU color guard team performs during the first quarter of Missouri's third football game of the season, against the University of Central Florida on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Missouri tailback Ish Witter pulled down

University of Central Florida defensive back Jordan Ozerities pulls down Missouri tailback Ish Witter while quarterback Eddie Printz watches during the fourth quarter of Missouri's third football game of the season, against UCF Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
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