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From the monthly archives: October 2013

Another brewing company, Bur Oak Brewing Co., plans to set up shop in town.

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Are you sick of watching the same Halloween movies over and over again each year? Well, Vox Talk has some vampire (not Twilight, don’t worry!), zombie and werewolf movies for you.

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Group 5 of the Patchwork Project is getting its sexy folk on. Read about the band’s preparations to take home the music contest’s grand prize.

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Member of MU’s Top 10 Homecoming royalty Josie Herrera, who identifies as gender queer, discusses local and national responses to understanding gender queer and other terms under the LGTBQ umbrella.

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If you want to look fashionable this season but don’t have the budget for a whole new wardrobe, here are a few key trends that are easy to pair with the clothes you already have in your closet.

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Glenn’s Cafe Opening in Columbia

October 22, 2013 5:37 pm by

Glenn’s Cafe to reopen and bring upscale, New Orleans style food to Columbia.

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Homecoming week events

October 22, 2013 2:00 pm by

Want to reunite with your alma mater? Check out Homecoming events that will get you back into the Mizzou spirit.

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Unravel the mother of all mysteries with Vox this season.

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You’re gonna hear her roar, alright. Katy Perry debuts experimental (for her) pop tunes on her fourth studio album, Prism, which debuts Oct. 22.

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Book Shaming

October 21, 2013 8:00 pm by

We all have them, but now you have the chance to spill every dark and dirty book secret … anonymously, of course! Find out the details of book shaming, the latest way to put it all out there.

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Move over, George Harrison. The Patchwork Project’s Group 3 has a sitar player of its own, and they’re ready to shake things up come showtime.

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Crohn’s disease and Colitis affect more than 700,000 Americans; the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America is determined to cure these digestive diseases with its biggest fundraising event of the year.

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With all the pumpkin spice everything talk, let’s make some soup.

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The tragic rape case of a Missouri teen refuses to stay quiet.

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No, spange is not some disease or a new dance craze. Though it may sound like one of the former, the word is actually a combination of two words that are a simple way to give back. Those words are spare change.

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Missed out on getting tickets to Straight No Chaser, Portugal. The Man or Neutral Milk Hotel last night? We’ve got a recap of what concertgoers had to say from each event.

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Meet the Patchwork Project’s Group 4, tentatively titled Their They’re There. Think they’ve got what it takes to be crowned the community music contest winners? Read more about them here.

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Here it is boys, a cheat sheet to help you stay up-to-date with the latest trends in menswear.

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From late construction and burglaries to the shooting that occurred last week, Aspen Heights has been getting a lot of bad press lately. Could these new abodes be cursed already? Here’s the point of view from a current resident.

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