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Mojo's to be renamed for Forrest Rose

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: "In talking with Richard King, it was apparent how important Forrest Rose was to developing the music community of Columbia," Leslie said in a news release.

‘Moon’ landing: Acuff hits all the right notes on true tribute EP - Columbia Daily Tribune

columbiatribune.com — It can be hard to know just how to say goodbye. In crafting her latest musical statement, Ruth Acuff finds a fitting way without assuming it's the final word. Acuff infuses her usual - though it's hard to call such a quality "usual" - almost pixie-like lightness of being into a set of songs that could otherwise dwell in the land of lament.

Two-way street - Columbia Daily Tribune

columbiatribune.com — There is something better than the oft-heralded "two for the price of one" deals. More rewarding, but less obvious, is the "two working as one" special. Jazz lovers can get in on that greater value Wednesday when pianist Joanne Brackeen and bassist Cecil McBee perform together as part of the "We Always Swing" Jazz Series' 20th season.

Michigan band reaps lovely folk harvest

columbiatribune.com — It can be tempting to take a shortcut on the road to authenticity. Artists trying to rail against what they see as an impersonal, big-money music machine often have paired good intentions with sloppy execution. More than a few have succumbed to the notion that enough thrift-store threads, stringed instruments and vintage typeface can get to the heart of what's missing in music.

Wholesale inflation up in October

columbiatribune.com — WASHINGTON (AP) - Inflation picked up in October due to higher prices that U.S. companies received for new model cars, beef, pork, pharmaceuticals and electric power. The producer price index increased 0.2 percent in October from the previous month, the Labor Department said Tuesday.


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: Columbia Chamber of Commerce events are scheduled for the following days: Membership Committee, 8:15 a.m., Columbia Chamber of Commerce, 300 S.

Utilities say coal stockpiles near 'dire' levels

columbiatribune.com — The regulatory tussle follows a year of railroad delivery issues that have hurt coal company earnings and kept utilities from replenishing stockpiles burned during the abnormal cold last winter. A record harvest, general economic growth and increases in oil shipments from the country's booming oil fracking industry in North Dakota and elsewhere have all strained the rail network.

UMKC to offer 1-year MBA program with free tuition

columbiatribune.com — Prospective students will take 26 credit hours in the first semester and 16 in the second, with an eight-week paid internship and a three-week experience abroad. The Kansas City Star reports their tuition will be paid through scholarships funded by the Marion and Henry Bloch Family Foundation.

U.S. is one nation under Godlessness

columbiatribune.com — With the malfunction of moral seatbelts and the erosion of moral guardrails, too many kids have turned to a pantheon of false gods, crutches and palliatives. They're obsessed with "Slender Man" and "Vampire Diaries," Alex from Target's hair and Rihanna's tattoos, overpriced basketball sneakers and underdressed reality stars, choking games and YouTube games, gossip and hookups, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.

There are reasons to reject feminism

columbiatribune.com — Two weeks ago it was actress Lena Dunham's autobiography and what constitutes normal sexual exploration between siblings. Last week: whether something is wrong with actress Salma Hayek's admitting that she's not into feminism. "I am not a feminist," Hayek told People magazine before accepting an award from Equality Now, an organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of human rights for women and girls.
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Nov 21, 2014

Really compelling, difficult dialogue btw @rembert and @Wesley_Morris on "processing" the fall of Bill Cosby: grantland.com/hollywood-pros…

Nov 21, 2014

Someone mashed up Lisa Loeb’s “Stay” and Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” avclub.com/r/212182tsd via @TheAVClub

Nov 21, 2014

The lineup is: 12/2 - "48 Hrs.", 12/3 - "Troublemakers," w/local short "Mizzou: Black and Bold," 12/4 - "Wattstax" concert film

Nov 21, 2014

Pretty promising series ahead @RagtagCinema: Wide Angle, 12/2-12/4, looks at social justice/race through older films ragtagcinema.org/series.php?id=…

Nov 21, 2014

Mark Kozelek might be a Grinch the other 364 days a year, but he makes a heckuva Christmas record

Nov 21, 2014

Terrific @coslive feature on the best records from deep, wide Bloodshot Records (@BSHQ) catalog: consequenceofsound.net/2014/11/top-10…

Nov 21, 2014

That RFT piece should note that Nail is a native Missourian, even if he is part of Nashville now.

Nov 21, 2014

Said it here, but still very sad that I never lived in Forrest Rose's Columbia columbiatribune.com/arts_life/ovat…

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