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

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

    Off The Clock - David Wax Museum Comes Home

    Off The Clock - David Wax Museum Comes Home

    Columbia-native band David Wax Museum was recently in town to play a show at Rose Music Hall, and KBIA's Jane Mather-Glass caught up with them to talk about their Missouri roots and what it's like performing in your home town.

    • 3 min
    Off The Clock - Experts Are Preventing Teen Misconceptions About Sex From Porn

    Off The Clock - Experts Are Preventing Teen Misconceptions About Sex From Porn

    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.

    • 3 min
    'Constantly Hustling' Local Illustrator Wins Hearts, and Followers

    'Constantly Hustling' Local Illustrator Wins Hearts, and Followers

    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

    • 3 min
    Local High School Band Makes Its Way Into Columbia Music Scene

    Local High School Band Makes Its Way Into Columbia Music Scene

    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.

    • 3 min
    Off The Clock - Faith and Sexuality

    Off The Clock - Faith and Sexuality

    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 .

    • 3 min
    Fayette Cafe and Creamery Bonds Community and Faith

    Fayette Cafe and Creamery Bonds Community and Faith

    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.

    • 2 min

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