Make a MOVE this weekend

From “Deadpool” to “Stone Cold,” here’s what MOVE recommends for your weekend.


“Deadpool” is still No. 1 at the box office. Plus, it has Ryan Reynolds, so what more could you want?

Show to binge

Netflix special “Chelsea Does” is a series of four documentary episodes. The show premiered Jan. 23, but if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s worth the watch. The series covers Chelsea Handler’s experiences learning about marriage, Silicon Valley, racism and drugs. My personal favorite is “Chelsea Does Marriage,” but Handler’s unforgiving interviews with everyone from the Rev. Al Sharpton to the creator of Ashley Madison make every episode a must-watch.


The music video for “Stone Cold” by Demi Lovato premiered late Tuesday night. Even if you’re not a Lovato fan, the song is really catchy.

####Novel “Before We Met” by Lucie Whitehouse is a lot like “Gone Girl” but set in England. The book is a great mystery novel, and you’ll definitely want to finish it by the end of this weekend. The novel is so intriguing and exciting that it’ll leave you canceling plans and staying up until dawn. ####Wine and recipe pairing: Try an off-dry [Riesling]( and [sweet and spicy St. Louis-style ribs]( The dry but sweet Riesling pairs well with the spiciness of the barbecue. ####Friday event: The Blue Note is having a Masquerade Ball at 8:30 p.m. Friday. The event is a “Burlesque and Vaudeville Variety Show.” There will be acrobats, jugglers, magicians, comedians and burlesque dancers featuring Show Me Burlesque with the Van Ella Band and DJ Shawn Gaston. Tickets can be purchased for $10 [online]( ####Saturday event: MU’s Vagina Monologues is 7 p.m. Saturday in Jesse Auditorium. Vag Mons are known for their artistic passion as women tell their stories and stories of women from all over the globe. It’s a must-attend MU event. You can buy tickets at the MSA/GPC Box Office in the Student Center.

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