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SMART Recovery is a non-secular four-point program that encourages those affected by drug, alcohol or any other addiction to choose for themselves to quit. SUZANNE OPPERMAN says owning the choice is key to a sustainable recovery. Also, Columbia Art League executive director KELSEY HAMMOND is here with details on this year's annual 'Taste' and 'Let Them Eat Art' gallery events. Anyone can enter, anyone can buy! (5:02) January 6, 2020

Stephens College is closing out season 71 with 'Pippin', opening this Friday at the Macklanburg Playhouse! Plus, find out what's in store for season 72. Guests: GAIL HUMPHRIES and CAROL SCHUBERG | Also, the Columbia Art League's 61st annual Art in the Park is now just one month away! LOUISE SARVER tells us why you won't want to miss the "largest art fair in mid-Missouri." (4:16) May 1, 2019

Sure, it's still February, but it's never too soon to start planning for which of the Columbia Art League's many summer camp options your child should attend. Maybe try them all! Guest: LOUISE SARVER | Also, WALLY PFEFFER and SCOTT JOFFE invite everyone to come watch basketball, win prizes and eat pizza at the Mizzou Alumni Association's Founder's Day luncheon this Saturday in Columbia. RSVP encouraged. (4:18) February 21, 2019

Eat food inspired by art tomorrow night at Columbia Art League! Now in its sixth year, 'Let Them Eat Art' is your chance to pair paint with pâté (perhaps). Guest: LOUISE SARVER | Also, JEFF MORAN invites everyone to a "quarters auction" fundraiser for Mobility Worldwide - now in its 25th year - next month in Columbia! (4:06) January 24, 2019

SCOTT MINIEA's advice for those who haven't yet taken advantage of the Affordable Care Act's current open enrollment period: "things change, so...it's always a good idea to check in and look at the options." Insurance Counseling Services is still offering free help every Saturday (through December 15th). Also, LOUISE SARVER encourages everyone to 'Give a Gift of Art' this holiday season. This aptly-titled show (inside Columbia Art League) is up now and is full of "eclectic" works for every style and every budget. (4:16) December 5, 2018

Come hear the Southside Philharmonic Orchestra perform the music of Claudio Monteverdi and Giovanni Gabrieli in a concert titled "The Early Baroque: Echoes from Seventeenth-Century Cathedrals" this Friday in Jefferson City. Guest PATRICK CLARK says "the music is fantastic!" Also, LOUISE SARVER tells us about the annual 'Give a Gift of Art' exhibit, which returns next month to the Columbia Art League. She says pieces and works featured make excellent Christmas gifts! (5:04) October 16, 2018

LOUISE SARVER tells us that every entry in the Columbia Art League's fall show 'Arcana' will reflect each respective artists' interpretation of a card they pulled from a tarot deck earlier this year. Opening reception is August 31st! Also, TRYPS artistic director JILL WOMACK invites all children in grades 3-12 to an "audition workshop" August 25th for their upcoming production of Mary Poppins Jr.! (3:25) August 14, 2018

MU grad student BEN SPEARS will explain what happens when plants get sick and why - over a beer - at this month's Science on Tap CoMo! SHAWN ABRAHAMS tells us that Ben is one of two speakers expected to take the stage this Wednesday evening at the Craft Beer Cellar in downtown Columbia. Also, LOUISE SARVER encourages all artists to become a member of the Columbia Art League. One of the benefits? You get to check out the 'Members' Summer Open' exhibit, on display now! (4:34) July 23, 2018

There's only one place to be this weekend, and that's Stephens Lake Park. Why? Because it's the diamond anniversary of Art in the Park! If you've never been, check out today's show. The Columbia Art League's LOUISE SARVER takes us on a virtual tour! May 29, 2018

You don't have to know the difference between Monet and Manet to take part in the Columbia Art League's summer camp programs for children age 5-16. LOUISE SARVER highlights a few of the offerings for 2018! Also, high school junior ABIGAIL CHAPDELAINE will be spending her senior year abroad thanks to the Rotary Youth Exchange. Find out what she's looking forward to the most! Plus, MARILYN UPTON tells us how the Elizabeth J. Upton Foundation continues to support youths who wish to study abroad but can't afford it. (3:20) May 2, 2018

Art in the Park turns 60 this year! The Columbia Art League's LOUISE SARVER says that this year's diamond jubilee celebration will be "big." Also, actor SETH COMARA and assistant director ENOLA WHITE invite everyone to come see Maplewood Barn's production of "Ain't Misbehavin'," opening tomorrow night in Columbia! This musical revue features over 30 songs from early-20th century America. [3:20] April 18, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with CHASE ROTHER and JEANETTE BAILEY about Mizzou Swing Society's annual 'Tiger Town Kick Around' event happening this weekend in Columbia. Free, professional swing dance lessons for all skill levels (no partner required) - watch for details! At [3:38] Columbia Art League's new executive director, KERRY MULLIN, invites everyone to this Friday's opening night reception for CAL's latest exhibit, 'Stranger Than Fiction'! If you can't make it, you have until the end of April to see this surreal collection of works by local artists. March 14, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director, Columbia Art League, about the return of 'Art in the Park'. This family-friendly tradition is back in Stephens Lake Park this weekend only. Come for the art, stay for ambiance - and maybe take home a print, sculpture, painting or that unique find. Everything you need to know in 8 short minutes - watch! May 30, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of Columbia Art League, about "Scapes." Diana says this show encompasses all the many different types of 'scapes', such as landscapes, dreamscapes, skyscapes and more. Support the artists by visiting the gallery and maybe taking home your favorite! At [3:37] RYAN McDANIELS tells us about the upcoming Leadership Jefferson City Class of 2017 Battle of the Brews fundraiser for local charities. If you're a fan local and/or home brewed beers, you won't want to miss this popular event! May 8, 2017

Today Paul Pepper and DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, talk about "Let Them Eat Art," an annual fundraiser featuring food, tapas-style, from area restaurants inspired by works of art hanging in the CAL gallery. Bring your appetite on April 13th, but reserve your spot today because this event will sell out! At [3:50] SUE HOEVELMAN and ANN DENNY are back because the Assistance League of Mid-Missouri's 'Cookie Connection' fundraiser is back! Don't miss your chance to have the 'best chocolate-chip cookies in the world' delivered right to your office door this April 18th. Simply fill out an order form online - watch for details! April 6, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, about 'Comestible,' a "delicious" new show featuring 80-90 works of art inspired by everything edible. The official opening is this Friday - watch for details! At [3:55] MAHREE SKALA invites everyone to a 'candidate forum' tomorrow evening that will feature those running for Columbia's school board seats, hospital board of trustees and wards one and five. The League of Women Voters is sponsoring this great opportunity to meet and greet local representatives. March 13, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of Columbia Art League, about their new show that (unofficially) opens today called "Quintessence." What is 'quintessence'? Diana says this is "a show about the natural elements: fire, air, earth, water...and quintessence - the fifth element." At [3:55] NICK FOSTER, Executive Director of the Voluntary Action Center, tells us how their 'Adopt-a-Family' program went this past Christmas, as well as what to expect in 2017. Nick says the area they're looking to grow the most in is housing because, "the need is just tremendous." January 17, 2017

Today Paul Pepper and DR. KEVIN BROWN, Assistant Professor of Theatre, MU, talk about his department's latest production called, "Antigone." Kevin says this popular Greek tragedy, written by Sophocles, is about "a young woman who takes a political stand against a law she doesn't believe in." See it beginning this Wednesday at the Rhynsburger Theatre in Columbia! At [3:22] DIANA MOXON returns with details on the final show of the year, the annual "Give a Gift of Art." As with every year prior, the goal this time around is to remind folks that local art makes a great gift! November 7, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, about their latest exhibit, "Interpretations IV." Diana says you'll need to give yourself plenty of time in order to truly appreciate the 80 artworks and 80 pieces of writing on display! At [4:10] ROSALIE METRO and KRISTIN BOWEN want to see everyone at the Moms Demand Action rally in Jefferson City on September 14th! Watch for information about Senate Bill 656, which they say 'jeopardizes public safety.' September 6, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with local pianist/musician-extraordinaire, SUTU FORTE, about her efforts to bring awareness to the local wildlife. Her planned concert this Saturday will be "an opportunity for you to experience your 'wild' side." Watch for details! At [5:03] Columbia Art League Executive Director, DIANA MOXON, takes a moment to thank everyone for the "smoothest" Art in the Park ever, and to invite everyone to this Saturday's opening reception for their latest show (that has no theme)! June 21, 2016

Today Paul Pepper and DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, talk about what you can expect to see and do at this year's Art in the Park, happening June 4 & 5 at Stephens Lake Park in Columbia. This two-day, family-friendly festival is "one of the biggest events of the year," so don't miss it! (If you're interested in volunteering your time, we've got details on that, too.) Watch! May 31, 2016

Today Paul Pepper chats with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, about "Chromophobia." Are you afraid of certain colors? If so, perhaps you should stay away from this exhibit...or not! Find out how CAL artists interpret that subject in their work when the show opens next week! At [3:50] dietician JUDY ARNET tells us about Access to Healthy Food and their partnership with the Farmers Market. Did you know SNAP and WIC-eligible families can receive matching sums up to $25 on fruits and vegetables? Watch for details! April 19, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of the Columbia Art League, about their new show, "Pathways and Passages." Visiting this exhibit is sure to whisk you away on many adventures, all without ever leaving the gallery. At [4:33] actors ED HANSON and E.C. WALKER invite everyone to see Capital City Players' production of "Becky's New Car!" According to Ed, this show "borders on farce, except there aren't doors to slam." See it starting this Friday in Jefferson City! February 23, 2016

Today Paul Pepper is joined by CHRIS CAMPBELL, who invites everyone to one (or all!) of the many events this month at the Boone County Historical Society. From art exhibits to the return of the Blind Boone Concert Series - BCHS has a busy month ahead! At [4:04] DIANA MOXON tells us about "Inside Voices," the latest exhibit at the Columbia Art League. Based on the Pixar movie, "Inside Out," artists were asked to play on the idea of human emotion. Stop by and see the results for yourself! Also, sign up for classes that are starting soon. January 15, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with Second Chance interim director KERRI BURROWS about two events this month: "Home for the Holidays" and "Misfits and Mistletoes." These are great opportunities to adopt a dog or a cat into your family! At [4:29] DIANA MOXON encourages you to include the Columbia Art League on your shopping list this holiday season. Check out some of the practical and decorative items (by local artists) that are available for purchase! December 7, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with DIANA MOXON, Columbia Art League Executive Director, about "Give a Gift of Art" - CAL's annual reminder that local art makes the perfect gift for anyone this holiday season! Opening night reception is this Saturday. At [4:27] AUDIE CLINE invites everyone to Capital City Players' production of "Mass Appeal." This comedy/drama (written in 1981) will keep you intrigued whether you're Catholic or not! November 5, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with ED HANSON, Artistic Director of Talking Horse Productions, about their upcoming show, "Reasons To Be Pretty." Ed hopes the audience walks away having learned a little something, with a few laughs mixed in. At [3:48] MARY WILKERSON joins us from Central Bank of Boone County (formerly Boone County National Bank) to talk about the 56th Art Show happening this weekend in the CBBC lobby! Works of art by residents from Boone County and Columbia Art League members will be on display for your enjoyment! October 13, 2015

Today Paul Pepper chats with the Columbia Art League's DIANA MOXON - who is fresh off of another successful Art in the Park - about the opening reception of the 'Members Summer Open' this Saturday! At [3:43] TODD DAVISON joins us from Maples Rep Theatre in Macon. Their summer season kicked off last night with "The Curious Savage" and continues in rep with "Pump Boys and Dinettes." Details on those shows and more on our show today! June 25, 2015

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back DIANA MOXON, Executive Director of Columbia Art League, who passionately tells us why this weekend's Art in the Park is the perfect family outing, and the perfect way to support artists representing 19 states! Rain or shine! June 2, 2015

Today Paul Pepper and DIANA MOXON talk about "Feast," a show that opens today at the Columbia Art League. Plus, Diana invites everyone to celebrate Columbia Art League Day (as proclaimed by Mayor McDavid) this Saturday in The District! At [4:06] YVONNE MATTHEWS tells us about this Thursday's Wellness Walk and Festival, which helps celebrate Lincoln University's 125th anniversary! Registration costs $18.90. April 21, 2015

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