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Jose Gonzalez creates quietly powerful music

columbiatribune.com — Like an old friend who speaks slowly, softly, each syllable a deliberate one, Jose Gonzalez's music beckons you to listen close. The 37-year-old Swede has crafted a signature style, his sound possessed of a unique, almost magnetic rhythmic cadence and marked by warm, subdued acoustics.

Jury delivers guilty verdict in central Columbia murder case

columbiatribune.com — A jury on Wednesday found a Columbia man guilty of stabbing another man to death last October. The guilty verdict against Anthony Shegog was read at about 2:20 p.m. after about four hours of deliberation. Shegog, 57, was convicted of second-degree murder in the Oct. 6 death of Walter Lige.
Sep 30, 2015

Here's the initial story on the verdict: columbiatribune.com/news/crime/jur… Just filed the full one.

Volleyball notebook: Kreklow talks conference opener, redshirts, new facility - Columbia Daily Tribune

columbiatribune.com — There will be no easing into the Southeastern Conference schedule for the Missouri volleyball team. The Tigers (12-1) will open SEC play against No. 9 Florida (9-2, 1-1) at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hearnes Center. "It will be really exciting to see how we stack up against one of the nation's best," MU junior middle blocker Emily Thater said.
Sep 30, 2015

#Mizzou volleyball notes: Kreklow discusses tonight's SEC opener vs No. 9 Florida, redshirts, and team's future home columbiatribune.com/blogs/tiger_ti…

Sep 30, 2015

MU volleyball will face No. 9 Florida in 10 minutes on the SECN. Let this notebook sate your appetite as you wait columbiatribune.com/blogs/tiger_ti…

Planned Parenthood supporters rally on campus against MU decisions

columbiatribune.com — Speakers at a rally for Planned Parenthood on Tuesday promised to show University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin that political pressure can come in many forms, and that state Sen. Kurt Schaefer will face an angry electorate if he survives the Republican primary for attorney general in 2016.

OUR TOWN: Puppet troupe brings the strange to annual music festival

columbiatribune.com — The sights, sounds and smells were out in full force Sunday evening at Stephens Lake Park. The scent of barbecue and food from an array of vendors filled the cool evening air as shades of oranges and yellows washed across the sky.

Roots N Blues delivers on expectations - Columbia Daily Tribune

columbiatribune.com — An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Need an account? Create one now. Or, use your facebook account: Artists who, based on talent and track record, could be counted on to deliver a career-spanning set or inspired musical moment did just that.

Sound World Order: Supergroup stretches ideas of Irish music

columbiatribune.com — There is a wide world of music out there. Much of it flies under our radar, losing out to what is familiar. Each month in this space, Tribune Features Editor Aarik Danielsen will discuss a release that exists under the "world music" umbrella in an attempt to extend his own musical borders and grow more accustomed to hearing distinct voices that exist within other cultures.
Sep 29, 2015

ICYMI, the latest in my Sound World Order series on world music: @TheGloaming1 stretches ideas of Irish music columbiatribune.com/arts_life/ovat…

A post-Roots N Blues wishlist - Columbia Daily Tribune

columbiatribune.com — Roots N Blues N BBQ 2015 is over and now we can turn our attention to next year's 10th-anniversary edition of the festival; I should say most of us can turn toward next year - Richard King and Co. are constantly looking ahead to future bookings and growth.

Roots N Blues N Views

columbiatribune.com — With the Roots N Blues N BBQ festival upon us once more, I thought I would offer up a few movies to help you prepare. If you're looking for a little extra motivation to get into the spirit of the festivities, consider throwing on one of these films.

Funk soul brothers: Family feel drives band to Roots N Blues

columbiatribune.com — Chris and Oliver Wood see your dysfunctional brother bands and raise you a much healthier situation. "People bring up often the turbulent dynamic of a lot of brother bands," Chris Wood said. "And our usual answer to that is, 'Well, it's because they started too early.'
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Oct 02, 2015

@amandashires Unfortunate that you don't have a clever nickname like "Harmonica" or "Bud."

Oct 02, 2015

RT @RollingStone: Radiohead released 'Kid A' 15 years ago today. Rob Sheffield pays tribute to the LP rol.st/1JJnjkC pic.twitter.com/ruBOCL5Kh4

Oct 01, 2015

RT @SFGiants: Today, Tim Hudson makes the final start of his career. RT to win a signed ball. #ThanksHuddy #SFGThanks #SFGiants pic.twitter.com/2kMKpmci1N

Oct 01, 2015

RT @1000TimesYes: If Sharon Jones isn't calling her next album "Dap Queen" it's seriously blowing an opportunity.

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