• Family is very important to Jesse and Heather Garcia, pictured with their three children, (from left) Roxxanne, 14, Diego, 9, and Paul, 13.  Jesse even named Roxy's after his eldest child. Photo by Tim Nwachukwu
    Roxy’s owner Jesse Garcia is at it again
  • Photo by Tiffany Melecio/ Missourian
    Restaurants in walking distance of True/False Film Fest
  • Photo Courtesy of Issa Rae/37 Ink Publishing
    Read this: The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl
  • Chicago Afrobeat Project will play The Bridge on March 27. Photo courtesy of Nikki Segarra.
    Chicago Afrobeat Project brings funky sound to The Bridge
  • Photo by Shelby Baseler/Missourian
    Be My Guest Bistro serves up Asian fare
  • Bur Oak Brewery President Craig Stichter's passion for beer began when he started homebrewing. Photo by Shelby Baseler/Missourian.
    Homebrew it yourself
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    Vox Q&A with Paula Rhodes

Events

Shoes for Solea Water
March 1, 2015 12:00 am

Event type: Charity
Minimum age: None
Cost: None
Location: See shoe drop locations here
Contact: lauren@laquist.com

News & Insight

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Airbnb is the place to be this True/False

No accommodation for True/False? No problem. Check out Columbia's top four Airbnb's that are still free this weekend

AP History

Columbia schools refuse to sugar-coat history

Last week, an Oklahoma House Education Committee voted 11-4 to cut funding to AP US History because the new curriculum omitted American exceptionalism. Luckily, Columbia students are taught to be exceptionally critical thinkers

5 Instagram accounts every traveler needs to follow

*Warning: may cause wanderlust*

Will bark for followers: the pets of social media

Brick, our beloved labrador-pitbull mix, is a social media fiend. We made him a Facebook for kicks. Then a Twitter. Then an Instagram. We never thought it would go this far — the rest of the story is his

Foreign films at True/False Film Fest

True/False Film Fest programmer Chris Boeckmann lets festival attendees in on the reason why this year's foreign language films are a must-see

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Food & Drink

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Here’s who to follow for True False Film Fest

Who to follow on Twitter to get the most out of True/False

Photo by Shelby Baseler/Missourian

Be My Guest Bistro serves up Asian fare

Three entrées define Columbia’s new fusion-food eatery

Homebrew it yourself

Columbia's craft brewers, many of whom started at home, provide guidance to the burgeoning homebrew community.

Three Girl Scout cookie game changers

Reinvent traditional treats with these cookie-inspired dessert recipes

Healthy dieting during Lent

Losing weight the healthy way means small and simple changes to your diet and lifestyle

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Music

New Orleans buskers Yes Ma'am will return for True/False 2015. Photo by Claire Cole.

Meet the True/False buskers

Here's your taste of the many musical talents of the 2015 True/False Film Fest

Chicago Afrobeat Project will play The Bridge on March 27. Photo courtesy of Nikki Segarra.

Chicago Afrobeat Project brings funky sound to The Bridge

CAbP blends hip-hop, jazz and African rhythms with electronic dance and rock

Kate Voegele and Leroy Sanchez cross paths at Rose Music Hall

Two rising stars bring their "Wild Card Tour" to Columbia on Feb. 26

Review: Mat Kearney’s “Just Kids”

Mat Kearney is back with his fifth studio album "Just Kids"

Resolutions and new release for sister duo Lily and Madeleine

Folk-pop songwriters pursue album-a-year for three years

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Movie Reviews

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Eat This

Goat saagwala’s blend of spinach and spices sits on top of a plump helping of Basmati rice. Photo by Taylor Pecko-Reid.

Eat This: Curries’ Goat Saagwala

Chef Kokila “BJ” Bhakta uses CoMo flair to spice up his hometown fare

Photo by Timothy Tai

Eat This: Coley’s Apple Crisp

New dish at Coley's American Bistro is a refreshing take on the fall favorite

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