Southeast Missouri State University student publication
October 20, 2014
Southeast Missouri State University student Michael Curry got a big surprise a few weeks ago we he turned on the University's Cinema channel. He saw himself along with his friend Dyvion Johnson's YouTube video playing during... >>
Students gain exposure by having video shown on campus movie channel (10/07/14)
Southeast Missouri State University student Michael Curry got a big surprise a few weeks ago we he turned on the University's Cinema channel. He saw himself along with his friend Dyvion Johnson's YouTube video playing during the intermission between two films...
'Night of the Living Dead' to take over Capaha Park (10/07/14)
Heart beating uncontrollably and panting to catch her breath, Barbara stands in shock in the middle of an abandoned rural farmhouse. This is the only shelter she could find to protect herself from the zombies awaiting outside. Panicked and frightened, Barbara finds six other people hiding inside the house. She realizes that someway, somehow they will have to fight for their survival against these creatures. End scene...
Southeast professor receives award for composed opera (10/07/14)
Dr. Robert Fruehwald, composer and teacher at Southeast Missouri State University, recently received an award from The American Prize for his opera "Double Blind Sided." Fruehwald, along with help from two former Southeast teachers, Joséphine Garibaldi and Paul Zmolek, composed the opera, which was performed May 13 at Idaho State University, where both Garibaldi and Zmolek currently teach...
Southeast alumni take part in battle re-enactment (10/01/14)
Pilot Knob, Missouri came alive this past weekend as residents and visitors witnessed the recreation of the Battle of Fort Davidson, also known as the Battle of Pilot Knob. The 150th anniversary celebration drew thousands of spectators. According to park officials, the crowd was estimated to be between 15,000 and 20,000. ...
Seven professors hired within theatre and dance department (09/30/14)
Southeast Missouri State University welcomed seven new faculty members to the Department of Theatre and Dance this school year. The seven new members specialize in costume and scene design, acting, directing, voice and choreography and have chosen Southeast as their place of profession for a variety of reasons...
Grant awarded to Southeast's Department of Art for $10,000 (09/23/14)
This summer the Southeast Missouri State University Department of Art received a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to expand its Art Reach program, a volunteer effort to bring art activities to underserved youth in the fall. The NEA, an independent agency of the federal government, awards grants to support the arts for the benefit of individuals and communities. ...
River Campus kicks off 12th season of Sundays at Three (09/16/14)
The Sundays at Three chamber music series at Southeast Missouri State University is reaching greater heights this season by having a guest performance by the Delphi Trio, a piano trio that has performed throughout the United States and Canada. The Delphi Trio will perform the first concert of the 12th season of Sundays at Three on Sept. ...
The Symphony Sampler (09/15/14)
Many events are taking place during Family Weekend this year, including the Symphony Sampler provided by The Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra. The Symphony Sampler started almost 10 years ago and is held every year to give Southeast Missouri State University students and local Cape Girardeau residents a snippet of the year's upcoming symphony concerts...
Local coffee shop prepares for expanded dining (08/29/14)
There's something about local coffee shop and café, Cup 'n Cork, that keeps Cape Girardeau residents coming back. Its brick walls and quaint bistro tables mixed with the clamor of cars and passersby in the heart of Main Street exude river town charm...
Local jazz band beats odds (08/26/14)
Southeast Missouri State University student Kyle Clay has played jazz since junior high school and found a passion for the genre in its demand for freedom of expression. "We're not reading a lot of music," Clay said. "It's really a lot about -- you can put your own inspiration into it, your own ideas. ...
Local band kicks off school year with annual show (08/18/14)
Saturday was Isabella's second "Back to School Party" show at Mixing 10 and their fourth overall.
Show Me Center to host back-to-back concerts (08/18/14)
Big-name country artists Jake Owen and Brantley Gilbert are scheduled to make tour stops at Southeast Missouri State University's Show Me Center in September and October, with just barely a month gap between the two events. Regardless of Owen's laid-back beach grooves and Gilbert's rock 'n' roll undertones, the acts stand firm on country roots, as have many past Show Me Center concerts...

Behind the Scenes at the River Campus
A weekly guide to downtown Cape music hotspots

1. Port Cape Girardeau - Tuesday 8-11 p.m.

Despite having the best food and drinks downtown, according to husband and wife Jordan and Sonya Thurman, Port Cape Girardeau's songwriters night held every Tuesday is, alone, worth the visit.

2. Pitter's Cafe and Lounge - Wednesday 9 p.m.-1 a.m.

Saying there's something in a name couldn't be truer with Pitter's Cafe and Lounge. Pitter was the childhood Native American name given to the mother of brothers JJ and Timexx Seabaugh, joint owners of the local bar. Their grandfather would hear the pitter patter of her feet across the floor at night.
"Then there's the pitter patter on the dance floor," Timexx Seabaugh said.
A unique name demands for just as unique of venue and most of the crowd will say Pitter's is a diamond in the rough.

3. Cup 'n Cork - Thursday 6-10 p.m.

Regulars can rattle off a variety of reasons they love local café Cup 'n' Cork -- the coffee, cozy atmosphere, homemade turtle cheesecake -- but the list won't end before mention of their weekly open mic nights on Thursdays.
One of the only open mic hosting businesses in town that's non-smoking and also not classified under the "bar" description.

4. Tunes at Twilight - Friday 6:30-7:30 p.m.

People from all around Cape Girardeau set up blankets, lawn chairs and picnic coolers at the Common Pleas Courthouse Gazebo on Sept. 5 as the fall season of Tunes at Twilight reached its halfway point.
Tunes at Twilight, hosted by local organization Old Town Cape, is an outdoor concert series that brings in a variety of musicians from around the country every week for six weeks in two separate seasons of the spring and fall. There is a total of 12 shows every year.

5. The Bel Air Grill

The patio bar is no stranger when it comes to live music. The strings of lights and rod iron furniture makes it an ideal host for a variety of bands from around the Cape Girardeau area. The business's Facebook page stays updated with their upcoming acts. Located on 24 S. Spanish, Bel Air Grill is open from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays.

6. Mixing 10

"Puttin on the Mix Karaoke" is held from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. every Wednesday at Mixing 10. Its easygoing vibe omits the pressure often associated with performances. The event is free and open to the public, ages 21 and over.

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