SENIOR DANCE CONCERT takes place on Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Stephens College Macklanburg Playhouse. It represents an innovative collaboration between Stephens and the University of Missouri music department. Original choreography and original compositions mark this artistic collaboration between Stephens and Mizzou. The culmination of personal dance experiences is reflected in the choreography of graduating dance majors. The performance will include original compositions created for Stephens’ senior choreographers by composers from the Mizzou New Music Initiative and live music by the Mizzou New Music Ensemble. Lastly, on Friday, Nov. 21, is CATTRIVIA 2014, a fundraiser for Columbia Access Television by Friends of CAT. The event includes eight rounds of trivia about the movies and television. Columbia Access Television is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization that maintains a community media center — a 2,000-square-foot, highdefinition television studio — and teaches classes in filmmaking, editing and more. CAT operates on the belief that economics shouldn’t play a part in sharing opinions, so all amenities come at very low prices to the community.
Learn more at www.cattrivia2014.wix.com/ cattrivia2014. KEVIN WALSH considers himself a student of music’s effect on people. Since moving to Columbia in 1975, his professional ventures have included music retailer, radio show host and a brief stint as Truman the Tiger. He currently hosts “The (So Called) Good Life,” from 3 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday on KOPN 89.5 FM and streaming live at www.kopn.org. NOVEMBER 2014 INSIDE COLUMBIA