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Phishing: fraudulent practice of sending emails or other messages

by Heather Noggle UniteNews Contributing Writer If you catch a phish, will it feed you for a day? Maybe? It’s trying to steal something from you. Cybersecurity terms have English equivalents we can all relate to, so in this column, here are some common cybersecurity terms about the different types

Springfield Art Museum Acquires Interactive Sculpture By Hank Willis Thomas

Springfield, MO.  – The Springfield Art Museum is pleased to announce the acquisition and installation of the interactive sculpture Ernest and Ruth by Hank Willis Thomas. Thomas is a prominent contemporary Black artist who uses photography, sculpture, and installation work to explore issues of identity, history, race, class, and popular culture. Thomas was

New location offers expanded space for entrepreneurs

by Nicki Donnelson, UniteNews Contributing Writer In recent years, traditional office jobs have changed. Some changes can be traced to improved technology and a globalized economy. Other changes came as COVID-19 forced companies to accommodate remote work. During this evolution, the demand for coworking space spiked at Missouri State University’s

Winners of the 2023 Route 66 Talent Search Contest

Springfield, MO— Musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, baton twirlers, poets, magicians, and anyone else with a talent to share were invited to bring their skills to the Great Route 66 Talent Show at the Birthplace of Route 66 Festival. KY3 and the City of Springfield were proud to host the inaugural

COGIC recognizes Clark for her dedication and of support of the Department of Women

Springfield, MO—Last month Gertha Clark, Assistant Supervisor of the Women’s Department of the Church Of God In Christ received a plaque of recognition. Clark was recognized for her support and dedication to the Department of Women under the Missouri Western Second Jurisdiction. The plaque was presented by Sanctuary of Praise

What Does the TikTok Trend of De-influencing Mean for Your Brand?

In a TikTok from February, user @matchabuttercookie faces the camera to address her more than 27,000 followers. Her face is serious, and her voice is sincere. “OK, this is me jumping on the de-influencing train,” she begins, before listing some of the home goods and kitchen items—including Caraway pans and

Berry is inducted into Hall of Fame

Springfield, MO—Moses Berry is one of five inductees who was selected into the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame 2023. The inductees are citizens with a connection to the state of Missouri who serve as examples of global citizens. They define the essence of public affairs and have acted consistently

From Jazz Band to AI and it’s positive and negative impact, all at the Library

The Silly Grandpa will perform family fun songs on Saturday, September 16, at 10 a.m. in the Library Center auditorium. Michael ‘Supe’ Grandpa of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils will perform songs from his new album, “Lucky Number,” where the songs are silly, but the grooves are serious. Silly Grandpa’s motto

Kendrick Lamar Reportedly Purchases $9M Penthouse In New York City

New York City is a big draw for the culture alone, and that may be why lyrical genius Kendrick Lamar has reportedly bought a penthouse there. According to The New York Post, the former TDE artist is purchasing a penthouse at The Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park. He was seen

Phishing: fraudulent practice of sending emails or other messages

by Heather Noggle UniteNews Contributing Writer If you catch a phish, will it feed you for a day? Maybe? It’s trying to steal something from you. Cybersecurity terms have English equivalents we can all relate to, so in this column, here are some common cybersecurity terms about the different types

Springfield Art Museum Acquires Interactive Sculpture By Hank Willis Thomas

Springfield, MO.  – The Springfield Art Museum is pleased to announce the acquisition and installation of the interactive sculpture Ernest and Ruth by Hank Willis Thomas. Thomas is a prominent contemporary Black artist who uses photography, sculpture, and installation work to explore issues of identity, history, race, class, and popular culture. Thomas was

New location offers expanded space for entrepreneurs

by Nicki Donnelson, UniteNews Contributing Writer In recent years, traditional office jobs have changed. Some changes can be traced to improved technology and a globalized economy. Other changes came as COVID-19 forced companies to accommodate remote work. During this evolution, the demand for coworking space spiked at Missouri State University’s

Winners of the 2023 Route 66 Talent Search Contest

Springfield, MO— Musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, baton twirlers, poets, magicians, and anyone else with a talent to share were invited to bring their skills to the Great Route 66 Talent Show at the Birthplace of Route 66 Festival. KY3 and the City of Springfield were proud to host the inaugural

COGIC recognizes Clark for her dedication and of support of the Department of Women

Springfield, MO—Last month Gertha Clark, Assistant Supervisor of the Women’s Department of the Church Of God In Christ received a plaque of recognition. Clark was recognized for her support and dedication to the Department of Women under the Missouri Western Second Jurisdiction. The plaque was presented by Sanctuary of Praise

What Does the TikTok Trend of De-influencing Mean for Your Brand?

In a TikTok from February, user @matchabuttercookie faces the camera to address her more than 27,000 followers. Her face is serious, and her voice is sincere. “OK, this is me jumping on the de-influencing train,” she begins, before listing some of the home goods and kitchen items—including Caraway pans and

Berry is inducted into Hall of Fame

Springfield, MO—Moses Berry is one of five inductees who was selected into the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame 2023. The inductees are citizens with a connection to the state of Missouri who serve as examples of global citizens. They define the essence of public affairs and have acted consistently

From Jazz Band to AI and it’s positive and negative impact, all at the Library

The Silly Grandpa will perform family fun songs on Saturday, September 16, at 10 a.m. in the Library Center auditorium. Michael ‘Supe’ Grandpa of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils will perform songs from his new album, “Lucky Number,” where the songs are silly, but the grooves are serious. Silly Grandpa’s motto

Kendrick Lamar Reportedly Purchases $9M Penthouse In New York City

New York City is a big draw for the culture alone, and that may be why lyrical genius Kendrick Lamar has reportedly bought a penthouse there. According to The New York Post, the former TDE artist is purchasing a penthouse at The Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park. He was seen