Off the Clock

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KBIA News brings you a look at the arts and entertainment this week in mid-Missouri.

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Off The Clock - Experts Are Preventing Teen Misconceptions About Sex From Porn
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The accessibility of porn on the internet has allowed kids of all ages to be introduced to sex. KBIA's Veronica Mohesky spoke with Derek Landes and Cale Mitchell of Spectrum Health Care about some of the common misconceptions about porn, and how it might not be the best option for sex education.
Dec 05, 2019
'Constantly Hustling' Local Illustrator Wins Hearts, and Followers
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Sometimes an artist just knows a person’s going to love their work. Jefferson City native Adrienne Luther knows when people ask her to doodle their cat, she’ll win their hearts. But Luther does more than just doodle cats. She makes portraits, lettering and logos. She doesn’t want you to think she’s a starving artist. After all, thanks to Instagram , she’s not. “I think when people think of people who are full-time artists, they think of people that have a stockpile of paintings that they haven't sold, that are just piled up in their sunroom, and who, you know, are just like smoking weed and painting all the time,” Luther said. While Luther has a sunroom, she’s often in coffee shops making her art. “The internet has really allowed me to stay afloat,” Luther said. “So I can just put something up on Instagram and sell it there. So I'm constantly hustling, but it's really fulfilling.” Luther used to follow friends on her Instagram but felt it was becoming draining. She didn’t want to feel
Dec 03, 2019
Local High School Band Makes Its Way Into Columbia Music Scene
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The Sweaters are a band born and bred in Columbia, Mo. Since they started playing music together a few summers ago, they’ve hit many of the local music venues around town, opening for touring artists or playing their own shows. They even played at a stage at Roots ‘n Blues music festival, and at True/False Film Festival. Ben and Henry Cohen and Anders Harms are The Sweaters—and they’re all playing and performing their way through their teenage years.
Nov 15, 2019
Off The Clock - Faith and Sexuality
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KBIA's Veronica Mohesky sat down with OB/GYN Jennifer Su to discuss how she intertwines her faith into her work. Su is based out of Jefferson City and owns her own practicw. Hear their full conversation about online birth control and accessibility on Missouri Health Talks here .
Nov 01, 2019
Fayette Cafe and Creamery Bonds Community and Faith
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The inside of Thrive Coffee & Creamery is bright and light, with pastel colors and a rustic modern aesthetic. This non-profit store’s only been open for three months, but it’s become popular with the residents of Fayette, Missouri.
Oct 28, 2019
Sermon at The Crossing Church Stirs Controversy in LGBTQ Community
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Co-pastor of The Crossing Church Keith Simon gave a sermon on October 13, 2019 that discussed gender roles in the bible. Though he began by emphasizing the church’s approach to inclusion and diversity, much of his conversaiton fixated on the church’s view that transgender people are living against God’s design. This sermon has been widely criticized by Columbia’s LGBTQ community for its inclusion of language and ideas frequently associated with transphobia and anti-trans violence.
Oct 28, 2019
Local Craft Fair Raises Money for Veterans' Service Dogs
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For veterans, life after combat can be challenging. Jefferson City resident and direct sales vendor Reesa Sellnow knew that and wanted to make a difference. Her husband is in the National Guard.
Oct 11, 2019
Off The Clock - Columbia Parks and Recreation
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Columbia Parks and Recreation has been busy with a multitude of projects and developments lately. Parks Planning and Development Superintendent Mike Snyder offers insight to what exactly has been changing, and what they’ve got in store.
Oct 04, 2019
Pow! At MU’s Ellis Library, Comic History Finds a Home
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I have always been a nerd about comic books. I can remember reading issues of X-Men and Teen Titans and whatever I could get my hands on, as a kid. So when I walked into the Univerity of Missouri's Special Collections and Rare Books at Ellis Library and saw four ten-foot tables covered in comics and comic art – I kind of freaked out.
Sep 20, 2019
Off the Clock - Columbia Arts Fall Preview
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Fall is just around the corner, and Columbia's Office of Cultural Affairs is getting ready to kick off several major events for the season. Columbia will play host to everything from music festivals, like Roots N Blues, to an African dance and percussion celebration. KBIA spoke with Elise Buchheit from the Columbia Office of Cultural Affairs about the events to look out for this fall. A full list of events can be found at the Office of Cultural Affairs calendar .
Sep 13, 2019
Off the Clock - Celebrating Homer, and a Historic Building 'Reclaimed' In Centralia
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On campuses across mid-Missouri students and faculty are wrapping up the semester, and on this edition of Off the Clock we visit a unique end-of-term tradition hosted by MU's Ancient Mediterranean Studies department: The Homer-athon. It's a celebration of "The Iliad," in multiple languages, and KBIA's Olivia Love captured the languages and the sounds of the recent 25th annual Homer-athon, on May 10th. And in Centralia, Missouri, the St. John African Methodeist Episcopal Church has been a part of the Centralia community since the late 1800s. It was a thriving African-American church until membership declined, services stopped, and the building stood empty. Callie and Brad Page bought the site to repurpose as a storefront for their business, Reclaimed, which makes furniture out of barnwood. After a year of renovations, the Pages hope the business will be a place for the Centralia community to come together, while honoring and preserving the building's historic legacy in the community.
May 17, 2019
Off the Clock - Missouri Program Nurtures Traditional Arts, and ASL as Art Form
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Missouri has one of the oldest trditional arts apprecticeship programs in the United States. And every year, the Missouri Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program sponsors eight master artists and their apprentices - for teaching, sustaining and promoting a tranditional art form - here in Missouri. KBIA's Seth Bodine caught up with one of this year's master-apprentice duos to find out about a classical Indian dance being practiced here in the middle of Misouri: Bharatanatyam. Also on this edition - Producer Kassidy Arena explores the increasing popularity of American Sign Language, or ASL, as a foreign language option among college students, but finds that ASL is not always part of the deaf experience. Arena caught up with MU sophomore Sammie Davidson, who is deaf but doesn't feel she needs to learn ASL. CORRECTION: The audio version of this post has been updated to remove an inaccurate statistic on the numbers of Americans impacted by hearing loss .
May 13, 2019
Off the Clock - Preserving Pennytown
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On this edition of Off the Clock, producer Emily Aiken visits the Pennytown Freewill Baptist Church, a small rural churchhouse that holds a world of history and memories of the families who formed and lived in Pennytown. The town was founded by freed slave Joe Penny in 1871. Today, family members like Virginia Huston congregate at the church to reflect on their past and keep the spirit alive for their descendants. You can see the full story here . Also, on this edition: Producer Olivia Love wandered through campus and discovered that the quads and crannies were packed full of Missouri high school musicians competing at the 68th annual music festival of the Missouri State High School Activities Association, or MSHAA. She captured the sounds in an audio postcard.
Apr 26, 2019
Off The Clock - Black Women Rock
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Black Women Rock is a production showcasing remarkable Black Women chosen by the Columbia community, highlighting their hard work and accomplishments. Executive Coordinator Akinbamidele Durodola talks about the production and black women who motivate him.
Apr 18, 2019
Off The Clock - 'Where Pigs Fly'
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After months working to comply with state regulators, the only pig museum in the United States is open again for business. As KBIA’s Seth Bodine reports, the museum's owner dedicated herself to agricultural education after some unexpected life events.
Apr 11, 2019
Off The Clock - eSports Finding A New Audience In A New Generation
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Since breaking into mainstream media, eSports has fought for its space in athletics. Faced with conflicts for a spot in the Olympics and against misconceptions from the public, eSports is finding an audience in a new generation. Now, universities across the country, including the University of Missouri, are taking the first steps toward potentially bringing eSports closer to legitimacy. KBIA’s Noah Taborda has the story.
Apr 04, 2019
Off the Clock - Afrosexology
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Afrosexology is a duo of women based in St. Louis who aim to reclaim black sexuality. Dalychia Saah teaches aspiring sex educators and sex therapists. Rafaella Fiallo is a clinical social worker and relationship, sex and trauma therapist. The duo recently visited MU to lead a self-love workshop. Isabel Lohman spoke with the them about how we can bring pleasure into our daily lives, the cultural tropes we fall for and what Afrosexology actually means.
Mar 21, 2019
Off The Clock - Black Alchemy
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The Relevant Youth is a student run creative agency disrupting education through innovation. In this edition of Off the Clock, the organization's Diveristy and Inclusion Manager Alycia Washington talks about her first event. Black Alchemy is a celebration of the black creative. And Miriam Akogu, a featured artist, talks about her art being displayed for the first time and what it means to meet other creatives in town. The event featured seven artists and a live performance by local band Loose Loose.
Mar 14, 2019
Off The Clock - Son Of The Pale Youth: Gary McClure
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Gary McClure seemed to have it all with his band American Wrestlers, which channeled frenetic energy of alternative music to a nationwide audience. Yet even with a record deal and critical acclaim, the St. Louis singer/songwriter wasn’t satisfied. With his new project Son of the Pale Youth, McClure is going back to basics. He talked with St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum about his musical evolution.
Mar 07, 2019
Off the Clock - A Conversation With True/False Artist Sarah Nguyen
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Columbia artist Sarah Nguyen has never attended the True/False Film Fest, and her first experience will certainly be a memorable one. Her installation “Break Into Blossom” will be featured at the 2019 festival. Nguyen, who has lived in Columbia for less than a year, said she feels very honored to be part of the festival. “This festival has so much weight in my mind,” she said. “I'm just psyched. I can't wait to meet the students and see the parades and, of course, see all of the other art installations and then the films.” “Break Into Blossom” is a multimedia installation centered around a life-size replica of Little Boy, the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945. The replica is made of foam, painted to look rusted and covered in moss and cherry blossoms. Nguyen’s husband and MU English professor Phong Nguyen inspired the installation through his short story “Einstein Saves Hiroshima.” The story can be found in his book “Pages from the Textbook of Alternate History," which
Mar 01, 2019