Prizefighter Follies: Columbia’s Knockout Production of Budd Schulberg’s THE HARDER THEY FALL (’56)

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The American immigrant experience, in our national mythos, is made to ring with the age-old knell of freedom and opportunity, and gleam with the hallowed glow of Lady Liberty’s torch. 763 more words

Vintage Cartagena, a City that is like an Artist's Canvas

I had three days to explore this beautiful, colorful city. Flying in from my short stay in Bogota, the scenery from the airplane was breathtaking. I landed at the small airport in Cartagena and had to walk a block or two where the Uber drivers are allowed to pick you up. 1,408 more words

Former TV News Anchor Teresa Snow Appears on Public Perspectives

The Executive Director of Strategic Communications and Media Relations at MU Health Care Teresa Snow is the featured guest on your local talk show Public Perspectives tomorrow (Saturday) morning. 54 more words

MoDot Advises Limited Travel This Weekend

The Missouri Department of Transportation is advising motorists to limit travel beginning Friday and throughout the weekend as a series of winter storms will impact roads across the state. 89 more words

Winter Weather Advisory Issued

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the most of the listening area that will go into effect at 9AM tomorrow and will expire at midnight. 60 more words

Valentine's Day Spending Expected To Break Records

Spending for Valentine’s Day this year is expected to increase by 6 percent over last year, according to the National Retail Federation.

American’s are expected to spend a total of approximately $20.7 billion dollars this year, exceeding the spending record of $19.7 billion set in 2016. 28 more words

Missouri's U.S. Senators Respond To Funding Bill

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt issued a statement today after the Senate passed a bipartisan funding bill that will fund the fiscal year and give President Donald Trump some funding for the border wall. 155 more words