• wordcrimes
    “Word Crimes” breakdown
  • astside owner Sal Nuccio has been in business for more than 17 years. He has tried theme nights, trivia,
karaoke and other events to bring in customers.
    Columbia’s small venues scramble to stay afloat
  • tshirts
    Skinny D Creative Studio builds buzz with T-shirt slogans
  • 20140712_VOXWeddingBands_SE_068_web
    Columbia artists put personal touches on wedding rings
  • Ed Sheeran at the Southside Festival / Wikimedia Commons
    Cover song countdown

Events

PS Gallery Summer Exhibit
June 3, 2014 11:00 am

TYPE: Exhibit
MINIMUM AGE: None
COST: Free
LOCATION: PS Gallery1025 E. Walnut St. 
CONTACT INFORMATION: 573-442-4831

Rainbow House 2014 Golf Classic Registration
June 5, 2014 12:00 am

Generation Next
June 24, 2014 11:00 am

First Thursday book discussion
July 3, 2014 12:00 pm

The Drowsy Chaperone
July 10, 2014 7:30 pm

News & Insights

Where have all the Yetis gone, long time passing? 
Photo courtesy of Hillary H.*

Science Roundup: Current events

This week's most exciting science developments

astside owner Sal Nuccio has been in business for more than 17 years. He has tried theme nights, trivia,
karaoke and other events to bring in customers.

Columbia’s small venues scramble to stay afloat

Music venues have to find niches in order to earn a place in a competitive market

Skinny D Creative Studio builds buzz with T-shirt slogans

James Bratten's T-shirt company makes attire with a newsy edge

Editor’s Letter: Trials and tribulations in Columbia’s music scene

"It makes some sense — tickets are expensive and liquor isn’t cheap at many venues."

Missouri’s NAACP president, Mary Ratliff, works to abolish the death penalty

Ratliff is prioritizing the issue of capital punishment and working to get it on the ballot in Missouri.

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Food & Drink

Image courtesy of  Michael.*

Meet me at the Boone County Fair

The 10 things we're most excited about for this year's fair

Photo by Lauren Quick

Broadway Diner extends hours to include dinner

Starting July 30, the diner will be open from Wednesday at 5 a.m. straight through Sunday at 3 p.m., in addition to normal Monday and Tuesday hours.

What kind of bar athlete are you?

Choose your drink and find your calling. (Sweatband not included.)

Eat This: The Velvet Cupcake’s Gluten-free Cupcakes

The confectionery shop in the Tiger Hotel now bakes its unusual recipes with gluten-free flour

Harold’s Doughnuts, Strange Donuts plan to open shops in Columbia

The shops plan to bring craft doughnuts to the city's always-hungry college crowd

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Music

wordcrimes

“Word Crimes” breakdown

Familiarize yourself with these conventions, and forget that you ever heard "Blurred Lines."

Ed Sheeran at the Southside Festival / Wikimedia Commons

Cover song countdown

Musicians spin off songs you've already heard for tracks with new-age taste.

Let them hear Spongecake

Spongecake and the Fluff Ramblers' genre-spanning music comes to Mojo's

Fall for Leela James’ latest, “Fall for You”

Fabulous and soulful.

Quincy Mumford and The Reason Why play Mojo’s

New Jersey band blends reggae, funk, soul and R&B

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Movie Reviews

Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures

Sex Tape

V V V V V

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Eat This

Salcheto Winery, located in Montepulciano, Italy makes their Rosato with only grapes, eliminating extra sulfates and other additives.

From roses to reds

An exploration of wine

Photo by Gabriella Cruz

Drink This: The Roof’s Brazilian Bee

Get buzzed with this refreshing beverage from The Roof.

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