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Carpet One of Columbia's SCOTT BRADLEY introduces us to carpet made from recycled material, that can in turn be recycled when you're ready for a new look. Very eco-friendly! Also, registration for the 2018-2019 Missouri Symphony Conservatory is now open! SARAH WILLIAMS invites all young musicians with a passion to play to come audition later this month. (4:34) August 21, 2018

Today Paul Pepper visits with Missouri Symphony Society Executive Director, JANE WHITESIDES, about auditions now underway for a new male and female youth choir called 'Columbia Conservatory Chorus.' There a just a few days left, so don't miss out! At [3:51] JENNIFER BEAN, from the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, tells us about the benefits of coconut water. Never heard of it? It's basically liquid from a coconut that hasn't aged. Interesting conversation - watch! September 7, 2016

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society. Jane brought two Missouri Symphony Conservatory students to perform two pieces on the violin: "Autumn" at [3:00] and "Evening Prayer" at [5:15]. Watch! August 19, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits with JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society, about the Conservatory's spring concert happening May 7th, and the new Missouri Symphony Radio Hour, which you can hear Tuesday nights on KMUC 90.5! At [3:37] TOM THOMAS and JOE WESTON tell us how important it is to be an organ donor. As an organ recipient himself, Tom says, "when you have been through that wait period and that process, you learn how critical this is to the families that wait." Find out about their efforts to educate the community through local Rotary Clubs. May 4, 2016

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society, who invites everyone to 'Serenade - A Benefit for Young Musicians' April 17th at the University Club. This is one fundraiser that's sure to delight the whole family! At [5:04] BRYAN BRADFORD stops by to tell us about the Sons of the American Legion. If you had a parent or grandparent that was in the military between WWII and now - and they were eligible for the American Legion - you're welcome to join! Why join? The benefits. Watch for details. April 13, 2016

Today Paul Pepper visits JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society, about a couple of upcoming concerts featuring the youths of the Missouri Symphony Conservatory - and the best part is, it's free! At [3:47] DR. HEATHER CARVER, Department Chair of MU Theatre, invites everyone to see "Booby Hatch: A Hysterical Musicale and Other Plays" this weekend at the Corner Playhouse.  This is the third in a trilogy of plays based on Heather's experiences since being diagnosed with breast cancer. March 1, 2016

Today Paul Pepper and JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society, talk about their busy fall schedule, including a concert by the Missouri Symphony Conservatory (youths in grades 3-12) playing 19 different pieces! At [4:23] KERRI BURROWS, Interim Director of Second Chance, and KATHLEEN McKINNEY - with the help of Lucky, a special needs cat - tell us about the TLC Fund, which is for animals that need 'extraordinary care.' Watch! November 18, 2015