Fresh off their Oscar win for the soundtrack to The Artist, I reported on how the Brussels Philharmonic returned from the brink of bankruptcy.
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In conjunction with one of Europe’s most prominent animated film festivals held in Brussels, I spoke with animator Fraser MacLean about his book, “Setting the Scene.”
As part of my coverage of the Anima film festival in Brussels, I covered Spanish filmmaker Sam Orti who was teaching a stop-motion filmmaking class and presented his life’s work to date.
At the Truc Troc art show in Brussels, part of the fun is that artists barter – not sell – their pieces of art. Some of the offers are more intriguing than others, such as when someone gave Delphine Boel 10,000 earplugs for a print.
Columbia’s comprehensive plan was entering a key point in its formation after six meetings with citizens. It was the right time to do a big think piece about where the process was at the moment and what will happen in the future.
Rusty Strodtman was named the newest Columbia Planning and Zoning commissioner and this profile lays out his background, beliefs, and goals for his time on the commission.
This magazine feature tells the rich history of mules in Missouri and was named the 2011 Best Non-Fiction Magazine Article by the Society of Professional Journalists.
The University of Missouri equine science program teaches its students with young horses that need training. Many of the students are training a horse for the first time and this story explains what its like to sell your first horse.
In the final days leading up to the Columbia City Council meeting where they could approve the 181-acre Richland Road rezoning request, I spoke with the one family whose property would be in the middle of the U-shaped request.
While most of the media’s attention was on the large Richland Road annexation request, I also looked at the smaller, but still dense annexation request adjacent at the Weiss property.