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(Web Exclusive) The holiday film Arthur Christmas offers high-speed sleigh rides, an imaginative take on a tech-savvy North Pole, and British accents to sweeten the deal. Yet unlike some of its animated cohorts, Finding Nemo or Shrek, it rarely induces laugh-out-loud hilarity despite all of its clever quips.
From Obama to Police Chief Ken Burton, several people are talking about the green drug. Check out some of these tweets about marijuana.
The vegan lifestyle has been popularized among celebrities, blogs, restaurants and grocery stores in the past decade, but adopting healthy eating habits is not a new idea. In a letter written one year before his death in 1954, scientist and innovator Albert Einstein said: “So I am living without fats, without meat, without fish, but I am feeling quite well this way. It always seems to me that man was not born to be a carnivore.”
The brick, six-bedroom house, nicknamed the Sustainahouse, on East Campus looks like others around it. The paint on the porch has faded, and a few remaining brown leaves are scattered across the small yard. However, the six students who live here are working to show just how different this little house is.
Superheroes, lions and a crime fighting dog are just some of the themes these Columbians came up with.
Fruity or floral, earthy or herbal, a nose knows what it loves. A wide variety of available scents can leave an untrained nose in a fog, but with an understanding of the fragrance facts, anyone can sniff out the perfect perfume or cologne.
For 14 years, the city has funded the efforts of 11 local artists who aspire to beautify the streets through the Percent for Art program. This winter, it will commission two artists to create art for two more floors of City Hall.
Dan Viets raises his voice because he has passion for everything he believes. For the past 42 years, he has been making his voice and the voice of thousands of others heard in Columbia and around the country. Don’t expect him to quiet down any time soon. Viets, 59, is best known for his tireless crusade toward the legalization of marijuana.
A recent history of marijuana-related initiatives in Columbia.
There is a reason I’m not a broadcast reporter. It’s not because I dislike the news or TV — in fact, I enjoy it — rather, the camera doesn’t love me, and the feeling is mutual.
As enticing as it might sound to curl up in front of the fire with a warm cup of eggnog, why not forgo the typical routine in favor of some unique Columbia holiday fun? This guide has something to warm even the coldest of hearts (we’re looking at you, Mr. Grinch). Let Vox help you round out a fantastic holiday calendar.
(Web Exclusive) Let’s face it. Many musicians love to pass the dutchie, toke on some reefer and get down with marijuana. Some musicians love it so much, they’ve written songs about the drug’s importance to them. Take a listen to some songs that you probably thought were about love but are actually about marijuana.
(Web Exclusive) Got headphones? Vox has song suggestions from the city’s musical masterminds. When rapper Steve Eanet isn’t organizing events as the co-president of No Coast Battles or defending his title at the league’s rap competitions, he hosts a radio show on KCOU.
Trips to England, shows at Lollapalooza, recordings with acclaimed music producer Ben Allen and a record deal are just a few things that made this an exciting year for Walk the Moon. This indie-pop band will be playing at Mojo’s Tuesday.
Winter approaches and the music industry is winding down for the year. A collection of unreleased tracks from the late Amy Winehouse and a new album from hip-hop legends The Roots anchor the first week of December.