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Where You're At: Lots Of Time To Fill

Jul 7, 2020
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We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID crisis. In our series, “Where You’re At,” we’re talking to our family and friends to see how their coping during the pandemic.

Here is Chris Mitchell’s call with MU student Justin Bohannan:

Where You're At: Going To The Movies

Jul 7, 2020
Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID crisis. In our series, “Where You’re At,” we’re talking to our family and friends to see how their coping during the pandemic.

Here is Chris Mitchell’s call with Barbie Banks, director of Ragtag Cinema:

Where You're At: When School Temporarily Closes

Jul 7, 2020
Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID crisis. In our series, “Where You’re At,” we're talking to our family and friends to see how their coping during the pandemic.

Here is Chris Mitchell’s call with Mikayla Logan, a teacher at a Columbia Montessori school:

Where You're At: Graduation Looks Different

Jul 7, 2020
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We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID crisis. In our series, “Where You’re At,” we’re talking to our family and friends to see how their coping during the pandemic.

Here is Olivia Moses’ call with Stacy Rohan, a journalist and college graduate from Missouri Baptist University:

Where You're At: Musical Family

Jul 7, 2020
Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID crisis. In our series, “Where You’re At,” we're talking to our family and friends to see how their coping during the pandemic. 

Here is Tina Tan’s conversation with the band the burney sisters, Emma and Olivia, in Columbia:

Where You're At: Furloughed Nurse

Jul 7, 2020
Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID crisis. In our series, “Where You’re At,” we're talking to our family and friends to see how their coping during the pandemic.

Here is Jack Kosowski’s conversation with Marie Taylor Tarr, a registered nurse at a transitional psychiatric ward:

Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re calling our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic.

If you want to share your story, email KBIA at news@kbia.org.

Here is DC Benincasa’s call with Will Nulty, a college student and server at a national chain restaurant in Columbia:

Where You're At: MU Senior And Musician

May 6, 2020
Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re talking to our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic.

If you want to share your story, email KBIA at news@kbia.org.

Here is Olivia Moses’ conversation with Kelsey Christiansen, a musician and a senior at the University of Missouri studying English:

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We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re calling our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic.

It you want to share your story, email KBIA at news@kbia.org.

Here’s Tina Tan’s call with Helen Golden, a retiree who volunteers at St. Mary’s Hospital - Audrain in Mexico.

KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re calling our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic. 

If you want to share your story, email KBIA at news@kbia.org. 

Here’s Alec Stutson’s coversation with Fairview Elementary School music teacher Sara Dexheimer in Columbia:

Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re calling our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic. 

If you want to share your story, email KBIA at news@kbia.org. 

Here’s my call with speech language pathologist and first time mother-to-be Megan Pelikan in Columbia:

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We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re calling our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic.

If you want to share your story, email KBIA at news@kbia.org.

Here’s my call with Emergency Room physician and soon-to-be-father Andrew Pelikan in Columbia:

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We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our series “Where You’re At,” we’re calling our neighbors to see how they’re coping during the pandemic.

If you’d like to share your story and how you are doing, email us at news@kbia.org.

Here’s Seth Bodine’s call with Joe Chevalier in Columbia. Joe and his wife Kelsey Hammond own Yellow Dog Book Shop. Hammond is also the executive director of Columbia Art League.

Kristofor Husted / KBIA

We at KBIA have found strength in our community during the COVID-19 crisis. In our documentary project “Where You're At,” we're calling our neighbors to see how they're coping with life changes in Missouri during the pandemic. If you’d like to share your story and how you are doing, e-mail us at news@kbia.org.

Here's my call with Blair Coleman in Columbia.