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May. 17, 2021

Delphine’s Prayers’ offers deep-seated representation of life of Cambodian immigrant

Rosine Mbakam’s acclaimed documentary recounts the sorrowful tale of Delphine, a Cambodian immigrant now living in Belgium, to moviegoers at Columbia’s True/False Film Fest.

May. 17, 2021

Solemn, quiet film ‘Petit Samedi’ wraps up True/False

This short Belgian feature film employs a still camera and a limited setting to create emotional depth.

May. 17, 2021

Sam Elfanbaum captures life on East Campus on Instagram @eastcampusphotobook

The account showcases life on East Campus, allows for student engagement and sparks nostalgia among followers.

May. 17, 2021

True/False: ‘The Two Faces of a Bamiléké Woman’ channels the intimacy of a mother and daughter

Director Rosine Mbakam bridges the gap between a Cameroon village and the audience with her personal connection to her mother and the place she grew up.

May. 09, 2021

True/False: ‘The Grocer’s Son’ trudges through standard plot

The documentary about nonfiction filmmaking resorts to interesting scenery and characters, yet lacks interest in its storyline.

May. 08, 2021

‘This Rain Will Never Stop’ attempts a heartbreaking and visually stunning story, but lacks cohesion

It is clear that Alina Gorlova knows how to direct a documentary with style, however, the way she shows an incredible story is uninteresting and confusing.

May. 07, 2021

True/False: “Summer of Soul” revels in joy of music

Questlove’s directorial debut basks in the glory of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.

Apr. 26, 2021

A guide to tackling desserts in Columbia

From cookies to chocolate, Columbia has a variety of dessert shops you need to try.

Apr. 24, 2021

Student-run organization Relevant Youth hosts art projection event downtown

The event strived to connect the MU campus and the City of Columbia through unity and expression.

Apr. 22, 2021

Ragtag Cinema launches first year of Science on Screen, a series that fuses movies with scientific questions

Andrea Kennedy, the program manager of Science on Screen, said with increasing resistance to science in today’s world, scientific literacy is important to expand.

Apr. 21, 2021

King Theodore Records plans to open storefront in Ashland

Owner Jesse Slade fulfills his lifelong dream by opening his own record store.

Apr. 06, 2021

Rare, strange vinyls — Hitt Records’ owner has ‘kind of seen it all’

Customer Kara Knight said she can find “a little bit of everything” in the store’s crates.

Mar. 25, 2021

American Women Since the Vote exhibit showcases women’s art since 1920

The exhibit, held at the MU Museum of Art and Archeology, shines light on pieces from women artists that have not been previously displayed.

Mar. 21, 2021

Your guide to the ultimate Columbia staycation

Make the most of your canceled trips and explore all that Columbia has to offer.

Mar. 19, 2021

The Unbound Book Festival unites readers and writers through “How to Write Suspenseful Fiction Panel”

This year's Unbound Book Festival allows people to virtually connect with their favorite authors and unite as a community.

Mar. 19, 2021

Post Sex Nachos solidifies its sound with new album ‘Grandpa Slinks’

The local ragtag band Post Sex Nachos releases their sophomore album.

Mar. 14, 2021

On the Grind: Tasting six drinks from Columbia's coffee shops

Baristas from local coffee shops recommend their favorite drinks.

Mar. 11, 2021

Columbia Farmers Market fosters community, provides accessible organic produce

The Columbia Farmers Market unites the community through locally-grown food from a variety of vendors.

Mar. 02, 2021

'Trains, Spaceships and Automobiles': Ruby Lanes’s triumph against COVID-19

Local Columbia band Ruby Lane has finally released their debut album despite the hardships of the global pandemic.

Feb. 13, 2021

State Historical Society of Missouri holds final week of ‘Music in Missouri’ exhibit

The exhibit tells the history of Missouri through its musical contributions.

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