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Tech N9ne rocks The Blue Note with “Strange Reign” concert

By Joseph Hernandez

Tech N9ne, days after having the honor to perform the first act at Kansas City’s new theater The Truman, brought his “Strange Reign” tour to Columbia. The tour is promoting the upcoming album, “Strange Reign”, in his … Read the rest

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The Poetic Risk: “mother!” Review

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By Jonathon Potochnic

A young man finds himself toiling away at his job just like every other Friday. A slow Friday he finds himself in. He has an article to write, a movie review that is, but his job keeps Read the rest

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Heritage Festival showcases Missouri history

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By Skyler Navarro

The 40th Annual Heritage Festival and Craft Show was hosted this past weekend by the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department at Nifong Park.

Through carnival-style food, engaging activities, demonstrations of lost arts, storytelling and performances, the Annual Read the rest

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Absurdly Generic: “American Assassin” Review

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By John Messer

Minor spoilers follow for “American Assassin”.

Michael Cuesta’s “American Assassin” released this weekend to little fanfare and even less critical praise.

The movie maintains a run-of-the-mill military thriller plot, and action scenes that are equal parts lazy Read the rest

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E23- September 14, 2017

Josie Clark on E23's Countdown

This week on E23, John Messer talks about Hurricane Irma, John Woo, and Snoop Dog’s Columbia concert. Josie Clark lets us in on the top five Taylor Swift’s that are dead. Bryce Cross and Nathan Ford talk about their most … Read the rest

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“Bojack Horseman” Season 4 Review

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By Ashley Jones

This article contains minor spoilers for “Bojack Horseman”.

Back in the ‘90s, he was in a very famous TV show. He’s Bojack the horse, and don’t act like you don’t know.

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Third annual Berlin Bazaar is a boisterous success

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By Josie Clark

Café Berlin hosted its third annual Berlin Bazaar Saturday which boasted over 40 vendors, food from Café Berlin and activities for children.

It also featured live music from local artists. A mix of Columbia residents and out-of-town … Read the rest

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“Fear The Walking Dead” Midseason Premiere Review

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By Caitlin Brenner

This article contains spoilers for “Fear The Walking Dead” season three.

The return of “Fear The Walking Dead” brought the shock factor and surprises that everyone expects from one of AMC’s biggest hits. However, even with moments Read the rest

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Jack Johnson’s “All the Light Above It Too” Is More of the Same, in a Good Way

Jack Johnson

By Jacob Douglas, E23 Executive Producer

From the opening chords of “All the Light Above It Too,”, Jack Johnson fans knew they were in for another stylistically pleasing album. Johnson is back to his usual laid-back style that his fans Read the rest

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You’ll Float Too: “It” Review

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By Jonathon Potochnic

Stephen King is a household name thanks to his beautifully strange, detailed and terrifying writing. His writing is so impactful and visually resonant that it was only a matter of time before his books were going to Read the rest

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