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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.

Nov. 01, 2020

Get spooky with Halloween events around Columbia

Halloween may look different this year, but there are still ways to have fun with friends and family.

Oct. 29, 2020

Fall-themed events in Columbia allow students to enjoy the season

Columbia and MU get into the fall spirit with attractions and events as fall approaches.

Oct. 07, 2020

Postponement of Roots N Blues Festival causes difficulties for local businesses

The festival’s postponement has caused financial issues as well as missed outreach opportunities for local businesses who had planned to be vendors.

Sep. 03, 2020

Ways to celebrate a socially-distant long weekend

A few ways to spend the upcoming long weekend while also keeping yourself and the people around you safe.

May. 27, 2020

Pride festivals consider new health and safety precautions due to COVID-19

While some pride festivals remain optimistic about holding their events later this year, many festival goers are hesitant to attend large events.

May. 20, 2020

How students are documenting their experience with COVID-19

Students are using social media to keep up-to-date with their friends and document their COVID-19 experience.

Apr. 23, 2020

Local bands and venues adapt to changes due to COVID-19

Live music may be gone for a while, but local bands and venues are adapting and finding new avenues for support.

Mar. 12, 2020

Carrie Elliott’s ‘Animal Vision’ debuts at True/False Film Fest

Elliott created a display of animal eyes located in Alley A last weekend for True/False.

Mar. 12, 2020

'Shorts: Blanc' at True/False exposes viewers to new cultural traditions

The five shorts offered perspective on cultural traditions, religion and daily life of unheard communities in the international dialogue.

Mar. 12, 2020

‘Dope is Death’ frames acupuncture as a tool in the fight for social justice

Mia Donovan’s film ‘Dope is Death' traces the connection between the emergence of acupuncture and the social issues plaguing minorities, focusing on New York City in the 1970s.

Mar. 12, 2020

Angela Catalano’s art installation ‘A System of Hiding Things’ debuts at True/False Film Fest

Catalano’s installation allows for active viewer participation and many unique interpretations.

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