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The social event is open to everyone and no ticket is required. Attendees come for the food, the music, and the social opportunities.

Reality Bites introduces local foods to True/False attendees

People are queuing to enter the Missouri Theater for Reality Bites, one of the most popular parties of the True/False Film Festival. The social event is open to everyone and no ticket is required. Attendees come for the food, the music, and the social opportunities. The event features drinks finely crafted in Missouri, including beer from Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge breweries.The event features drinks finely crafted in Missouri, including beer from Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge breweries.Sample tastes are provided by Columbia's best restaurants and culinary institutions, including the Columbia Area Career Center. The Roof, a fine dinning spot in Columbia, gives participants a taste of one of its most popular dishes called bacon bleu dates.Kaldi's Coffee's simple peanut butter treats were a popular grab. Local bands provides music, adding to the merriment of the party. The Missouri Theater is connected to the Columbia Art League, allowing attendees to enjoy artworks from local artists while savoring their food and drink. Outside the theater, True/False volunteers dress up in colorful costumes.

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