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An unlikely camaraderie of a flightless goose, a narcoleptic chipmunk, a blues-loving moose along with a badger who wants to play for the NFL is the perfect combination to bring smiles and laughter … more
Like ships on a sea or birds lifted through the air by invisible currents of wind, art often moves and flows into other veins of creativity, crossing the lines of paint with those of prose and … more
Being hailed as an “unsung hero” for the local music scene, 22-year-old Jesse Reed is looking out for area bands and musical artists. Reed, of Sedalia, began Jesse’s Jamz Radio … more
An opportunity to celebrate collaboration between University of Central Missouri faculty members, students and alumni while benefiting the School of Visual and Performing Arts is planned for 7 to … more
Like everyone across the world when COVID-19 hit last year, professional jewelry artist Patti Zieche-Davisson, of Sedalia, learned to adapt and move forward. Zieche-Davisson, who has created … more
When Sedalia Parks and Recreation was cleaning up the Centennial Park pool for the summer, the staff reached out to Kelly and Dayna Davis, a mother and daughter team of local artists they had worked … more
One can’t walk or drive by Liberty Park without being a little curious about the large robot-styled sculpture, complete with a metal colander hat, that seems to be a study in whimsy and … more
An art exhibit with a mix of both three-dimensional and two-dimensional art is now open at the Hayden Liberty Center. “Spring Fling” an annual juried show hosted by the Sedalia Visual … more
Just in time for spring home improvement season, the Sedalia Democrat is hosting its inaugural Home & Garden Show on April 10. Nearly 70 regional vendors will be in the Mathewson Exhibition … more
Sedalians will get to experience a new and fun concept when various food vendors gather on April 14 in a kick-off event called the Street Food Throwdown. Luke Kindle, formerly of Sedalia now of … more
A weekend of live entertainment is planned as University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance presents its first presentation of the New Play Series at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 26 and Saturday, March … more
The public is invited to a reception for the Spring Fling Art Show hosted by the Sedalia Visual Art Association from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Hayden Liberty Center, 111W. Fifth St. Awards will be … more
Due to weather, the Historic Tour and Ghost Buildings of the Great Fire event at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, scheduled for Thursday, March 25, has been postponed. It is being … more
A local heavy metal band, which has adapted and survived through the COVID-19 pandemic, hopes to unify the music community with their mantra “Support Local, Support Live.” Stalfos, … more
WARRENSBURG — March marks the 105th anniversary of the fire that destroyed much of the campus that is now the University of Central Missouri in 1915.  As the university continues its … more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s taken theatre students at Sacred Heart School a year to bring their play to the stage, but it is a goal that SHS Musical Director Jan Bahner meant to see … more
After a pivot to a youth livestock show in 2020 due to the pandemic, the full Missouri State Fair will be back in 2021. The Missouri State Fair will be hosted Aug. 12-22 on the Missouri State … more
Although it was short, Smith-Cotton Junior High School’s sixth-grade choir was finally able to show off its talents during an in-person performance Thursday night at the school. Vocal music … more
The public is invited to participate in the Thursday, March 25, Mid-Missouri Artists Zoom meeting featuring a presentation, “Bite-Sized Art,” from Lenexa, Kansas, artist Sandy … more
The American Pickers are returning to Missouri. They plan to film episodes of The History Channel’s hit television series throughout the state area in May. “American Pickers” … more
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