holidays http://kbia.org en Missouri Symphony Conservatory celebrates the holidays, on KBIA http://kbia.org/post/missouri-symphony-conservatory-celebrates-holidays-kbia <p>Have you ever discovered a new hobby that suddenly and completely consumed you? Whether you meant to do it or not your new hobby demands your time and attention. It requires that you find a teacher or a mentor who can help you take your interest to the next level.</p> Wed, 04 Dec 2013 20:48:26 +0000 Trevor Harris & Darren Hellwege 44759 at http://kbia.org Missouri Symphony Conservatory celebrates the holidays, on KBIA Holiday assistance programs report increase of families in need http://kbia.org/post/holiday-assistance-programs-report-increase-families-need <p></p><p>Volunteering programs set up in both Boone and Callaway Counties have seen an increase in families asking for assistance this holiday season.&nbsp; And many other families and organizations have stepped in to provide the assistance.</p> Mon, 10 Dec 2012 14:28:37 +0000 Ben Mahnken 25679 at http://kbia.org Holiday assistance programs report increase of families in need Cultures, beliefs converge with Interfaith Thanksgiving Service http://kbia.org/post/cultures-beliefs-converge-interfaith-thanksgiving-service <p></p><p>Happy Thanksgiving – that’s one holiday greeting you hear at this time of year that’s not part of a specific faith tradition.</p><p>The idea of giving thanks transcends religious, social and cultural boundaries. Thanks can be expressed in any language or tradition.</p><p>And that’s just what happened Sunday at an Interfaith Thanksgiving Service. Christians, Muslims and Jews, Baha'is, Buddhists and Hindus, and people from several other faith traditions came together to share. Beliefs and languages converged as sounds of thanksgiving and peace rose through the air.</p> Thu, 22 Nov 2012 12:00:00 +0000 Kellie Moore 24820 at http://kbia.org Cultures, beliefs converge with Interfaith Thanksgiving Service As holiday travelers get on the road, think safety first http://kbia.org/post/holiday-travelers-get-road-think-safety-first <div style="margin:0;"><p></p><p><span dir="ltr"><font face="Times New Roman,serif" size="3">The National Safety Council estimates that more than 400 traffic fatalities will occur during the holiday period starting today and continuing through Sunday night.</font><font face="Times New Roman,serif" size="3">&nbsp;&nbsp;</font></span></p> Wed, 21 Nov 2012 14:13:32 +0000 Janet Saidi 24853 at http://kbia.org As holiday travelers get on the road, think safety first