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American Guild of Organist members prepare for a concert of thanksgiving. Theater-goers head back to the classroom with the next Robidoux Resident Theater presentation. A Northwest Missouri State University faculty member writes and performs a one-woman play and Dr. Carrol Fry reviews "Men Who Stare at Goats."
A young foundation is working to help musicians and music lovers. Area students get the chance to delve into the theater with the help of the Missoula Children's Theater. The Northwest Missouri State University Madraliers open their season in a week and Dr. Carrol Fry reviews two recently released mystery novels.
History and art combine to welcome visitors to Missouri. Northwest Missouri State University's Tower Choir prepares for two concerts. The Encore Series offers a unique performance. The music of Buddy Holly comes to life in St. Joseph, and Dr. Carrol Fry gives us two for the price of one on this Thursday before Halloween.
The Allied Arts Council helps area students experience the arts. The St. Joseph Community Chorus opens its season under new leadership. The local music scene is alive and well in Northwest Missouri and Dr. Carrol Fry takes a look at the "Law Abiding Citizen."
A special art auction will help local children. Northwest Missouri artists gear up for an annual art show. The St. Joseph Museum is making history fun for boys and girls and St. Joseph arts organizations team up for a Halloween fundraiser.
A female blues group makes a stop in St. Joseph during its final tour. Jazz students at Northwest Missouri State University gear up for their first concert of the season and a young organization is trying to connect people with the music and poetry of Missouri.
The St. Joseph Symphony and the Northwest Missouri State University Wind Symphony open their seasons this weekend. Native Americans from across the country will gather in Maryville for the Northwest Pow Wow on Saturday. A music group gives area men the chance to perform and Dr. Carrol Fry's movie review.
Book lovers have the chance to talk with area authors. The Performing Arts Association wants to take you on a tour of Northwest Missouri's wineries. The Glenn Miller Orchestra comes to St. Joseph. The cost of beauty in the 19th century.
Freshmen and transfer students at Northwest Missouri State University open their show in one week. History comes back to life during upcoming tours of an area cemetery. A vocalist presents the next downtown noon concert in St. Joseph. And Doctor Carrol Fry reviews "White Out."
A new exhibit opens at Gallery 7 in St. Joseph. The search is on for artists to show their work at the Art for the Health of It exhibit and Friends of the Symphony is looking for help.
The Robidoux Resident Theatre in St. Joseph expands beyond community theater. Local museums will be taking part in a nationwide effort to encourage visits to museums and a preview of this year's Encore series at Northwest Missouri State Universty.
Downtown St. Joseph kicks off its 11th year of noon-time concerts. Museums are in the business of preserving history. Now they're offering you a chance to learn how to preserve your own history. A female music group celebrates its 50th anniversary with an upcoming concert and pictures of poverty, an effort by Community Action Partnership in St. Joseph.
Arts and Entertainment will be featured at the Trails West! Festival in St. Joseph. Three stages will provide a variety of music acts and a new exhibit tells the story of St. Joseph and its residents. A cooperative arts gallery is flourishing in St. Joseph and the Performing Arts Association celebrates its 30th Birthday.
An overview of the Trals West! Festival in St. Joseph. The 90-voice St. Joseph Community Chorus will be starting off its 2009-2010 season with a new artistic director. Their opening picnic and auditions will be held later this month with the first concert scheduled for October. A new director will be leading the St. Joseph Symphony when they opne the season for their first concert in October.
An introduction to the Allied Arts Association of St. Joseph. Since its inception in 1962, the Association has worked to benefit area arts organizations and emerging artists. Robidoux Resident Theater presents a dinner theater at the Landing Playhouse and we talk to one of the organizers of the First Fridays Arts Crawl.