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Hannah Reeves

DENNY BOND, WALLY PFEFFER and the entire Boone County Chapter of the Mizzou Alumni Association is taking over the Holiday Inn Executive Center Sports Zone and Bar every Saturday that the Missouri Tiger football team has an away game - and you're invited! You're also invited to tonight's First Friday event in downtown Columbia. This is a great excuse to gather the family up and visit the many shops and galleries in the North Village Arts District! Guest: HANNAH REEVES (4:51) September 7, 2018

The July exhibit at Sager | Braudis Gallery is open and ready for visitors! Be one of the first to see it tonight during the popular 'First Fridays' event in the North Village Arts District. Guest: HANNAH REEVES | Also, Phoenix Health Programs is designating July as "Recovery Means Freedom" month. HEATHER HARLAN says it's human nature to think that if we have to change or give up something that we're losing freedom, but in this situation people very much gain freedom. (4:35) July 6, 2018

DR. DAVID CRESPY tells us about "The Rimers of Eldritch," opening tomorrow night at the Rhynsburger Theatre on the MU campus. David says that each performance will, in some way, celebrate the life of its writer, Lanford Wilson! Plus, HANNAH REEVES invites everyone to the final days of the Cuban Contemporary Exhibit at Sager | Braudis Gallery in Columbia. The works of art featured were brought over from Cuba by Hannah and her team! (4:29) April 24, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with TARA FLYNN, MD, MU Health Care, about the current flu season, and what you need to know to keep yourself healthy! Dr. Flynn says, "many of us can ride out the flu," and that sometimes the best medicine is simply staying hydrated and getting plenty of rest. At [4:21] HANNAH REEVES reminds everyone that there are only three days left to see the Masters Exhibit at Sager | Braudis Gallery in downtown Columbia! Once that closes and 2018 begins, the gallery shifts to monthly exhibits, "effectively doubling the number of artists represented." Watch for details! December 27, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with HANNAH REEVES, Director of Sager | Braudis Gallery, about the 4th annual 'Masters Exhibit', opening December 1st. Witness 40-50 historically significant, well-known works of art, this year all by women! At [4:28] SUE GIGER, Owner/Artist of Midnight Museum, tells us about how and why she makes henna crowns for cancer patients going through chemotherapy. It's a service she calls "Battle Armor," and it's all done free of charge! November 20, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with HANNAH REEVES, Director, Sager | Braudis Gallery, about their brand new autumn exhibit opening tomorrow in the North Village Arts District in Columbia. Hannah also touches on what we have to look forward to from Sager | Braudis in 2018 (hint: even more exhibits!). At [4:05] JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society, invites young kiddos (2nd grade and up) to join a brand new orchestra called Overture to Strings. No audition is necessary! Also, be sure to mark your calendars for the Piano Showcase, the Holiday Home Tour, the Symphony of Toys and more! October 2, 2017

Today Paul Pepper visits with HANNAH REEVES, Director, Sager | Braudis Gallery, about your last chance to experience the "summer exhibit" before the "late-summer exhibit" takes over in August! Five diverse artists will be replaced by five more diverse artists with the hope that there'll be something for "everyone to connect with in each exhibit." At [3:35] NANETTE WARD tells us that Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition is helping more people right now than ever before. The higher number is due, in part, to awareness and education; but at the same time, trafficking has now become the second-largest growing "criminal enterprise" in the country. To help those in Missouri, a task force team has created a new hotline number - watch for details! July 28, 2017

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KBIA recently took the show on the road for a special Thinking Out Loud live from Columbia's Sager Braudis Gallery.

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back HEATHER HARLAN, Phoenix Health Programs, to talk about their "free gifts for the community." If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse or addiction, please take advantage of the necessary services they provide! Watch for details. At [4:36] first-time guest HANNAH REEVES invites everyone to the 3rd annual Masters Exhibit at Columbia's Sager | Braudis Gallery. Experience (and maybe own) original works of art from mid-century 'masters' such as Picasso, Bauer and Scarlett just to name a few. Hannah says that "this is such an important exhibit. These works, mostly have not been to Missouri or the midwest." Two weeks left to check it out! December 14, 2016