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The Curious Savage this weekend in PAC

The Curious Savage this weekend in PAC

The curtain is set to open one last time on the illustrious career of  Mary Margaret Coffield. The RBHS performing art’s production of The Curious Savage will be the last open audition, all-school, performance for long-time director Coffield, who is set to retire at the end of the school year. Show times for the Curious […]

RBHS Concert Choir to sing at Jack’s Gourmet Restaurant

RBHS Concert Choir to sing at Jack’s Gourmet Restaurant

The Concert Choir will sing at Jack’s Gourmet Restaurant Friday for the restaurant’s annual Fabulous Fifties Club Christmas Dinner. This will be the first year the choir will perform for the event. Performing Arts director Mike Pierson is excited for the new opportunity for RBHS and can’t wait until Friday. “They are a civic organization […]

Last Artrageous Friday of the year provides outlet for students

Last Artrageous Friday of the year provides outlet for students

Today, downtown will host the last Artrageous Friday of the year. The quarter-annual event features pieces from artists among the community and strives to encourage local awareness of all types of arts including dance, pottery, design, movement and jewelry, among others. Senior Campbell Thompson is more than excited for the project and thinks that the […]

Global Issues to screen film in Planetarium

On Friday, Oct. 11, while most RBHS students will be hastening out of the school building, Global Issues club and its members will file into the planetarium for a screening of Girl Rising.  The movie starts at 4:30 p.m. It tells the story of nine girls and the importance education played in their lives.  Each […]

Ellis Auditorium provides free screening of award-winning documentary ’5 Broken Cameras’

On April 30 at 6 p.m. a free screening of the Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature, 5 Broken Cameras, will take place at Ellis Auditorium at the University of Missouri – Columbia. There will be a question and answer session following the film. The Q&A panel will include Mohammad Saleh, a Graduate student […]

Children’s Theatre class performs puppet shows for young children

Children’s Theatre class performs puppet shows for young children

The Children’s Theatre and Advanced Children’s Theatre classes are crafting the felt-covered and googly-eyed puppets once again to put on a series of twelve stories for kids. On Wednesday, April 17, day care, preschool, and elementary-age students are welcomed to RBHS to sit in the PAC lobby and laugh along with talking animals, people and […]

Orchestra, choirs perform in preparation for districts

Orchestra, choirs perform in preparation for districts

Today at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, the RBHS choirs and orchestra will have their spring concert. The Women’s Choir, Men’s Choir, Concert Choir and Chamber Choir as well as the orchestra will all showcase their abilities in preparation for the district contest next weekend. The music ensembles will travel to Mexico, Mo. on Saturday […]

‘Game of Thrones’ returns for enthralling third season

‘Game of Thrones’ returns for enthralling third season

In the game of thrones, you win or you die. This weekend, HBO finally announced the March 31 air date for the third season premiere of its hit fantasy TV series, Game of Thrones, in a stunning, minute long trailer. Based on the wildly popular and critically acclaimed book series A Song of Ice and […]

Bands prepare for winter concert

Bands prepare for winter concert

Since the end of marching season Oct. 20, the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble have been preparing for their Winter Concert Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. Each band will play a set of pieces, ranging from contemporary music to classic marches written by renowned composers such as Karl L. King. The band program consists […]

Boyz to Men to perform concert at Jesse Auditorium

Boyz to Men to perform concert at Jesse Auditorium

Boyz To Men, an American vocal group known for their emotional ballads and perfect harmonies, is the most successful R&B group of all time, having sold more than 60 million album copies worldwide. For one night, the soulful group will be in Columbia to perform for an audience at Jesse Hall. The trio will perform […]

The District hosts biannual Holiday Shop Hop

The District hosts biannual Holiday Shop Hop

  The holiday season is fast approaching and with it comes the hustle and bustle of gift shopping. For experienced shoppers this can be a stressful time, as deals become scarce. The District of downtown Columbia has taken this into consideration and wants to make this easier on anyone looking for the perfect gift. They […]

Orchestra members prepare for fall concert

  Students passing through the music wing over the next few days may recognize the sounds of RBHS’ orchestra, preparing for their first concert of the year. The concert will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. in the PAC. Songs that will be performed include “Folk Tune and Fiddle Dance”, “Blue Rhythmico”, […]

Ingrid Michaelson continues fall acoustic tour at the Blue Note

Ingrid Michaelson continues fall acoustic tour at the Blue Note

Thursday, Oct. 4, the Blue Note is hosting indie-pop artist Ingrid Michaelson. Continuing her acoustic tour across the Midwest, Michaelson with be playing alongside the two-man band Sugar + the Hi Lows. Playing the the piano as early as four years old, Michaelson began her career at the Third Street Music School in Manhattan.  A […]

Ragtag invites public to help switch to digital movies

Say hello to digital and goodbye to 35 mm film. Ragtag Cinema received the message in January from film distributors that they were to, “Make the switch or get left behind.” If Ragtag does not make the switch by 2013, the theater will not be able to show most films because they will only be […]

Bryan Adams comes to Columbia

Bryan Adams comes to Columbia at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18 at Jesse Auditorium. Tickets range from thirty dollars to sixty dollars and are on sale now and Jesse auditorium is fairly small, so no matter where you sit, you’re guaranteed to get a good seat. The 52-year-old rock star will not be touring for much longer, stating that […]

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