Dan Brenner imagines himself as former St. Louis Cardinals player Bob Gibson reminiscing about his days as a player. Gibson started playing for the team almost 50 years ago and is remembered as one of the greatest pitchers of his time. He was named the Most Valuable Player of the World Series twice in his career and retired after 16 years with the Cardinals. So far this year, the Cardinals have a 14-7 record.
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Hannah Liptak, 10, practices her cheer routine during a Center Stage dance class on April 8, 2010. Center Stage is an MU program that provides free dance classes to low-income children and families. Classes have to meet in the university's Arts and Science Building because it is one of the few places that won't charge the program's organizers to rent the space.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Sara Mercer, 27, and Bijou Carrel, 4, take a quick break from the playground to eat lunch at Stephens Lake Park on March 18, 2010. The two friends went to Maude Vintage Clothing and Costumes beforehand and ended up buying matching pink sunglasses for their trip to the park.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Kiea Hulsey, 18, feels the pain after getting her nose pierced by Jared Silverman, 23, at Living Canvas Tattoo Body Piercing and Art Gallery on March 6, 2010. "I'm bleeding like a stuck pig," Hulsey said.
Members of the Heart of Missouri Sweet Adelines Patty Brown (front), Sandy Perley (left), Sara Larson (right), and Kayle McCune (back) belt the word "incarceration " during rehearsals on March 3, 2010 for their upcoming regional competition. The Adelines, a women's a cappella show choir, will be performing the songs "With Plenty of Money and You" and "Will It Be Me This Time?" The chorus chooses a character they want to portray for every competition and try to keep it a secret from the other choruses until the day of the competition.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Can you feel the heat? Chili peppers and jalapeños are a spicy addition to many dishes, but be sure you can handle the intensity! In general, the smaller the pepper, the hotter it will be. And don’t try to quench your thirst by drinking a glass of water—dairy products are actually the best way to rid the burning sensation.