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EcoArtFest showcases the beauty and uniqueness of local Missourian art

Vendors at EcoArtFest sold home-cooked food, vintage movie collections, and artist-designed clothing and jewelry. Attendees purchase delectable desserts in front of the Cooper’s Landing Campground building.

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

Columbia locals gathered at Cooper’s Landing Campground & Marina on Sept. 11-12 for  EcoArtFest, put on by the Missouri River Cultural Conservancy, or MoRivCC. EcoArtFest invited local artists, vendors, and performers to gather and celebrate … Read the rest

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Second Annual Berlin Bazaar was an enchanting evening

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

I stepped out into the cool fading light of day in Columbia by myself for the first time sine arriving on campus. For the first time I was able to appreciate the meaning of a … Read the rest

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Lady Gaga is back with “Perfect Illusion”

By Sara Nelson, E23 Reporter

MOTHER MONSTER IS BACK AND SHE IS STILL SLAYING. Her newest single Perfect Illusion, that we have been waiting 3 YEARS FOR is FINALLY here and let me tell you, I am shook. Pretty much … Read the rest

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Jason Aldeen “They Don’t Know” review

By Eileen Sheeran, E23 Reporter

Jason Aldean’s latest album “They Don’t Know” was released on the 9th of September and quickly joined his other 7 albums to be certified single-platinum.

“They Don’t Know” is a great listen for every type … Read the rest

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The Head and the Heart “Signs of Light” Review

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

It’s been a tumultuous period for folk-pop band The Head and the Heart. The six-member band has been touring for four straight years, starting before the release of their 2013 album “Let’s Be Still,” and … Read the rest

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Bastille’s catchy new “Wild World” is a promising sign of things to come

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Bastille’s second album makes worry and self-doubt sound like a boatload of fun in a toe-tappingly catchy effort that will leave you wanting more. The UK act show no compunction in blending the earthy sounds … Read the rest

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