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In the last two years, $23 million has been spent to get Boone county and Callaway rural residents connected. Find out how the daily routines of rural community members and businesses changed dramatically when high-speed internet became available.
Schools in the U.S. are trying to increase funding with advertisements on buses. Columbia is currently in debate on whether or not bus ads are an appropriate step.
Members of the LGBTQ community work to create a list of informed and inclusive doctors in the area who are aware of LGBTQ-related medical needs.
Ashley Ream is an alumna of the MU journalism school and has traded in her reporters notebook. After 4 novels that were never published, Losing Clementine is her first book to hit stores. The story is about Clementine Pritchard, a woman who is counting down the last days of her life. The tone is twisted, but in a funny way.
On Ashley Ream’s long list of activities, writing novels is what she considers her second full-time job. Her day job is at a nonprofit in Los Angeles where she works to improve working conditions for the poor. Oh, and in her spare time? She runs ultra-marathons. Somehow she still manages to find time to crack open a book for pleasure as well. Read on for her latest fascinations.
As Meredith Hoenes packed up her car for Texas in March 2002, the charismatic Columbian-at-heart cried thinking of how much she’d miss the town where she learned the news business. It had become home. She spent five years doing public relations for MU athletics, reporting for KOMU, going on float trips in Rocheport and getting together with friends at Addison’s. They had their own booth back then.
Three female artists are highlighted in this preview of Women in the Arts.
(Web Exclusive) The Drink + Draw class at Columbia Art League taught the basics of drawing figures using charcoal.
Representing both the MU Tigers and Team USA, Chelsea Thomas might be the best softball player in the country.
As of noon yesterday, the world’s population was 7,026,581,981. That might seem like a big number. It is. If everyone on Earth were stacked up head to toe, the column would stand 7.3 million miles tall — enough for 15 round trips to the Moon.
(Web Exclusive) Jennifer Pozner doesn't see any reality in reality TV. She is an author, feminist, speaker, founder of Women In Media & News and journalist. In our Q&A, she gives us advice on what shows we should watch, what we should stay away from and how we can arm ourselves against the stereotypes we see
In the world of dog shows, points and rankings are complicated and subjective. Dog trainer Debi Bell believes that Best in Show champions are both born with talent and nurtured by their owners and trainers.
Columbia's hashing group, part of a national phenomenon, calls itself "a drinking group with a running problem." After all, its members do run while drinking.
(Web Exclusive) CoMoTION is only in Columbia, but hashing is a worldwide pastime with more than 1,700 international chapters. Vox has chosen five including distances from Columbia.
Matt Nathanson is coming to The Blue Note March 15. Before he takes the stage, Vox asks the rebellious rocker a few questions about life and music.
For most bands, performing in Brazil, Scotland, India and Australia all in one day would be impossible, but for The Follow, this is a regular occurrence.
The Vox staff shares its most embarrassing musical indulgences