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Nov. 07, 2017

The Joan Crawford Effect reveals the life of a star who spent time in Columbia

The exhibit at Stephens College gives insight to the life of a classic film star and her time in Columbia.

Oct. 18, 2017

MOVE’s guide to dodge the Homecoming crowds downtown

After an early football game, visit these lower-key locations.

Sep. 26, 2017

There is more to Roots N Blues N BBQ than meets the eye

Jamie Vavaro shares his perspective on what makes the festival unique.

Get in the know about Roots N Blues N BBQ’s new cashless system

The cashless system intends to bring convenience to festivalgoers.

Sep. 12, 2017

“It Happened” uncovers the impact of sexual violence from artists’ perspectives

Senior Taylor Bailey: “It is important that a good number of people go and understand the importance. I hope it’s a chain reaction.”

Jun. 09, 2016

A guide to trail adventures

Get healthy and hit the trails this summer.

5 tips and tricks for your day on the trail

Get off the couch and get walking.

How to make an amazing picnic lunch

Eat well while you walk the trail.

May. 03, 2016

Top 5: CoMo’s best new businesses

It’s been a good year for business.

May. 02, 2016

‘Much Ado’ mixes Shakespearean romance with mid-century America

This production comments on Elizabethan moral standards using 1950’s doo-wop.

May. 01, 2016

Street pianos return to downtown Columbia

Despite the noise complaints, CoMo street pianos are back.

Apr. 26, 2016

Sugar, spice and everything nice: MOVE’s guide to chai in downtown Columbia

Whether you prefer your chai sweet or spicy, we know the perfect cup of chai for you.

First Unbound Book Festival produces discussion about literature, writing process

Festival founder Alex George: "Promoting literacy and a personal relationship between authors and readers was the goal."

Unbound Book Festival covers a variety of genres, topics in literature, life

Festival-goers interacted closely with authors and poets.

Apr. 25, 2016

Epoch Escapes brings gaming to life for CoMo thrill-seekers

This shop entertains players through a series of brain-teasers and mysteries.

Apr. 21, 2016

Unbound Book Festival is made for readers

The new Columbia event will feature nationally-renowned authors.

Apr. 18, 2016

Listen to This: A Snapchat summary of Record Store Day 2016 in Columbia

Three local stores participated in the international holiday, and my friends and I made sure to get to all of them.

Apr. 16, 2016

Hitt Street Records expands into 9th Street Video’s former space

The expansion comes in time for Record Store Day.

Apr. 05, 2016

Home roasted beans jazz up coffee scene

Columbia business Dry Fork Coffee sells specialty coffee roasted in the owner’s garage.

Apr. 03, 2016

MU says goodbye to Harry, the Great Pyrenees

Owner Cris Wood: “We’ve made many friends and greatly appreciate the outpouring of love and support at this difficult time.”

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