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Ashley Reese / KBIA

Archeologists now have a new reason to come to MU. As part of a new pilot program, the university is receiving artifacts on loan from the world's oldest museum, the Capitoline Museum of the City of Rome.

The MU Museum of Art and Archeology has already received its first loan- a set of 249 black-gloss ceramics dating back to the Roman Republic. The program will send a variety of loans to the university through December 31, 2017.

Local mural on historic building set to be finished

Apr 14, 2014
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Mark Collins / KBIA

A local art teacher is planning to use her skills to help finish an incomplete mural on a historic Columbia building. Jessie Starbuck, an art teacher at Southern Boone Primary School, is also on the board of the North Central Neighborhood Association in Columbia. Starbuck said she first heard about the project when she moved to the neighborhood and joined the board.

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File Photo / KBIa

Every year, Columbia’s downtown area comes alive during the weekend of the True/False Film Festival. Many of this weekend’s festival-goers stopped by the box office to pick up passes or look through the True/False merchandise available.

Watch the show and join the conversation on the Intersection website.

Watch the show and join the conversation on the Intersection website.