MOVE in print: Downtown watch and MOVE recs

From My House CoMo to Mizzou Crafternoons, here’s what you should know for your week.

By Katie Rosso | Sept. 5, 2016

Tags: Art with purpose

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My House CoMo, a nightclub and sports bar hybrid with a rooftop lounge, is set to open sometime in September. They’ve started training their bartenders, so stay tuned for an “innovative experience.” Ugly Mugg is a new coffee shop that sells more than just lattes and mochas — they sell cold alcoholic drinks infused with nitrogen (to cool them down) like caramel and double chocolate “hot” chocolate. These drinks are specifically created by Ugly Mugg, so you won’t find these creations anywhere else.

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Relax with a film Wet Hot American Summer is playing at Rose Music Hall’s Brew ‘n’ View outdoor movie nights on Sept. 7. The film is a satirical romantic comedy about the last day at summer camp and has become a cult flick for many. On campus, Central Intelligence, a comedy starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart, is playing for $1 at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 9 and 10 in Wrench Auditorium.

Create some art You can make paper flowers at Mizzou Crafternoons on Sept. 9 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you’re the type of person who accidentally kills your real plants, paper flowers could be just what you need. On Sept. 10, The Craft Studio is holding an afternoon where MU students can paint canvases for $10. If you haven’t yet fully decked out your dorm or apartment, this is a good chance to chill with friends make some great art.

Plan out Roots N Blues The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival added a bunch of new people to their lineup: G. Love & Special Sauce, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Rayland Baxter, Music Maker Blues Revue, Chump Change, The Flood Brothers, The Fried Crawdaddies, The Oversight Committee, Brad Cunningham Band and Broadway Blues. You better start planning out your Roots N Blues schedule, because the weekend (Sept. 30 – Oct. 2) is coming up quickly.

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