Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

It's Mural Madness in Cape Girardeau

Apr 9, 2018
VisitCape

It’s a week full of music! The St. Louis Symphony has been performing a broad musical repertoire with skill and spirit since 1880, and they bring their reputation for excellence to the River Campus this Friday evening.

On Sunday, Willie Nelson and Family are live in concert at the Show Me Center for a night packed with your favorite classics.

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The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Southeastern division, held a naturalization ceremony today in Cape Girardeau at the Rush H. Limbaugh, Sr. U.S. Courthouse. 14 petitioners were sworn in as U.S. citizens, and many of their family members and friends were in attendance to show support.

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Of Missouri, Zel Fischer, was one of the guest speakers at the ceremony. He spoke on the importance of the incorporation of new cultures into the U.S.

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Starting tonight, Notre Dame Regional High School will be putting on a classic musical that is especially close to home, Meet Me In St. Louis. We sat in on one of their rehearsals for this audio postcard. Meet Me In St. Louis will be presented Apr. 5-8.

Enjoy Spring in Cape Girardeau

Apr 2, 2018
Southeast Missouri State University

Always offering something special, Spring into Dance will feature an original contemporary dance work by quirky, athletic choreographer Taylor Mitchell. The concert will also showcase a variety of original works by faculty choreographers and select student choreographers. Spring Into Dance runs Wednesday, April 4 through Sunday April 8.

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March is National Social Work Month, and to celebrate, the department of social work at Southeast Missouri State University hosted its first Jane Adams Lecture Series on Tuesday. Their main speaker was former congressman Edolphus Towns from New York, who created the Congressional Social Work Caucus and served in the House of Representatives from 1983 to 2013. He sat down with us to share the main points of his lecture and to talk about the importance of social work.

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