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<p>This week we head to Kansas City for a different kind of dinner party&mdash;one that is uses a grassroots approach to support the arts. But first, a local look at a national event that&rsquo;s all about supporting and celebrating the rights of of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
<p>Fall&rsquo;s unofficially begun and that means festivals galore here in Columbia. This show is dedicated to two of them.</p><p>
<p>Creativity is in the air and this weekend marks two debuts. We sit down with a local filmmaker about his newly produced concept short, which debuts Saturday. But first, we head to Kansas City for the long-awaited opening of a new performing arts center.</p><p>
<p>This week, we uncover a three-letter mystery.</p><p>
<p>Filmmakers and filmgoers alike are flooding into Columbia for the 4<sup>th</sup> annual Citizen Jane Film Festival. We&rsquo;ll check in with two of this year&rsquo;s featured film-makers. And &hellip; it&rsquo;s the season to be scary-&nbsp;and a darker sort of vampire has already landed in Columbia.</p><p>
<p>Does the idea of standing up in front of a bunch of strangers and trying to make them laugh seem horrifying or exhilarating? For some people it&rsquo;s both. This week, we explore the world of stand-up comedy and discover what kind of person willingly puts themselves out there.
<p>The month of November can seem a little dreary: shorter days, colder weather and it&rsquo;s still a month away from the major holidays. But it has a lot more going on than you&rsquo;d think. This week&rsquo;s show focuses on two things that make this month a little more interesting.
<p>This week: we&rsquo;ll go back in time&nbsp; and revisit what could be considered the trial of the century. And you&rsquo;ve probably heard of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_%26_Julia">&ldquo;Julie and Julia</a>&rdquo;&mdash;the novel-turned-movie where Julie Powell spends a year cooking ...
<p><em>Audio coming soon... please check back.</em></p><p>Six months ago, an EF5 tornado plowed through the center of Joplin, leaving about one-fifth of the city's population without a home. Now, people are slowly getting back to normal. For some, normal means lacing up the running shoes and hitting ...
<p>Thousand Cankers Disease could create a $850 million problem for the state of Missouri. MU&rsquo;s John Faaborg uses tail feathers to track migrating birds on &ldquo;Call of the Wild.&rdquo;</p><p>Hosted By Rebecca Wolfson (Columbia, MO)</p><p>
<p>Missouri is known for its black walnut trees&mdash;they&rsquo;re a precious commodity, and Missouri has more black walnuts than any other state. Now, Missouri is starting to mount a defense against Thousand Cankers Disease.</p><p>By Lauren Hasler (Columbia, MO)</p><p>
<p>As the saying goes, jazz was born in New Orleans, but it grew up in Kansas City. This week we&rsquo;ll revisit Robert Altman&rsquo;s &ldquo;Kansas City.&rdquo; And a new&nbsp; musical audio postcard.&nbsp;
<p>Regional news from the KBIA newsroom.</p>
<p><strong>MICHELE IMES</strong> / <a href="http://www.muhealth.org">MU Children's Hospital / "Pediatric Injury Prevention"</a>&nbsp;573-882-4141</p><p><strong>TODD DAVISON and "SCROOGE"</strong> / <a href="http://www.maplesrep.com/">Maples Red Theatre&nbsp;/ "The Trial of Ebeneezer Scrooge"</a></p><p>
<p><em>Audio coming soon... please check back.</em></p><p>Six months ago, an EF5 tornado plowed through the center of Joplin, leaving about one-fifth of the city's population without a home. Now, people are slowly getting back to normal. For some, normal means lacing up the running shoes and hitting ...
<p><strong>MICHELE IMES</strong> / <a href="http://www.muhealth.org">MU Children's Hospital / "Pediatric Injury Prevention"</a>&nbsp;573-882-4141</p><p><strong>TODD DAVISON and "SCROOGE"</strong> / <a href="http://www.maplesrep.com/">Maples Red Theatre&nbsp;/ "The Trial of Ebeneezer Scrooge"</a></p><p>
<p>The package of agriculture and food policy that's called the farm bill is reauthorized by Congress every five years. This year, however, things are a bit different for this historically lengthy and debate-rich process. The federal budget deficit that's been hanging around for months has pushed the ...
<p>MU head football coach Gary Pinkel held a press conference with his lawyers this Monday afternoon to apologize for his DWI arrest Wednesday night.
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<p>The next generation of nurses are learning how to use iPads on the job. Plus, we&rsquo;ll have the latest statewide graduation rates.
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