Today Paul Pepper welcomes back NICK FOSTER, Voluntary Action Center, who shares pages from VAC's soon-to-be-released calendar featuring prominent locals, and you can vote for who appears on the cover! Also, LIZ BURKS talks about raising awareness and educating the public on No Kill Columbia.
Columbia’s Commission on Cultural Affairs is considering a proposal to increase the funding for the Short Street Parking Garage sculpture, "Tidal Murmur."
The additional money would be used to pay for specialty LED lighting for the sculpture. Chris Stevens, manager of the Office of Cultural Affairs, presented the proposal from artist Beth Nybeck. He says that the extra money would help to improve the project.
Today Paul Pepper welcomes BRETT HAYES, who talks about the Orthopedic Institute's new DARI motion-capture system. Find your pain today! Also, TIM REINBOTT, shares the latest at Bradford Farm, and what you can do for your own garden!
The Blind Boone Ragtime Festival returns to Columbia this Sunday, honoring a local and national legend. The festival features concerts and seminars from world-class ragtime performers both Monday and Tuesday. It is named for John William “Blind” Boone, a ragtime musician who lived in Columbia around the turn of the twentieth century and helped pioneer the genre.
Today Paul Pepper welcomes STEVE SCHNARR, with Missouri River Relief. Steve wants you to get to know the river and help keep it clean. Also, KIRK TREVOR and LILI VIANELLO stop by to talk about Hot Summer Nights, which opens tonight at Stephens Lake Park!