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Programs that help autistic adolescents such as Kyle Bishop transition into adulthood are in short supply. Children with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, might grow up to be unemployed, possibly aggressive and have the mind of a child in an adult body.
Vox checks out the stats and figures for Columbia College's softball team.
This summer, run for your life — and the lives of others. We’ve selected a few local races that will help you put your best foot forward by helping others and staying in step with your fitness goals. So stop dragging your feet, and get out there. These races offer options for walkers, amateur runners and seasoned pros.
In his recently released biography, Thomas Hart Benton: A Life, Justin Wolff shares a look at the ideology behind Benton's work. Benton paved a new way in art during the early 20th century, and Missouri is lucky enough to call him its own.
Rajesh Parameswaran's first book, I Am An Executioner, is a collection of short stories that delve into the not-so-pretty side of love. Readers gain the perspective of people as well as tigers in these engaging, well-written stories.
At age 22, Michael Anderson is already an award-winning composer. He won the 2012 Sinquefield Composition Prize, which honors the work of an MU student with a commissioned performance at the Chancellor’s Concert. But Anderson wasn’t always interested in music.
The workspace at Grindstone Lithography Studio/Workshop is made up of a few workbenches, a heavy press, some stones, carving tools, various chemicals and a place four men call their own. Beige paper with black markings that have a slightly faded look to them are displayed around the studio. These are lithographs, made by drawing with grease crayons on limestone and then transferring the image onto paper.
Talley’s Folly is a romantic comedy about two lovers trying to make their romance work against the woman’s parents’ wishes.
You've probably heard about these Columbia duos. From protestors to radio personalities, these pairs have found their own secrets to success.
Vox editor Kurt Woock reflects on the significance of "two" and how the dynamic duos in this week's feature prove it.
MU graduates, Emily and Phil Wymore opened their St. Louis brewery in September 2011. In March, they started selling two of their Belgian beers in town: Hommel Bier and Saison de Lis. Emily describes the Hommel Bier as “hoppier” and says the Saison is lighter to preserve chamomile accents. Hops, the flowers of a plant used in beer making, contribute to the flavor. Beers with more hops tend to be crisp and dry; beers with fewer hops have more malt and are sweeter. Billy Cabral coowner of 1839 Taphouse says both beers are selling well.
In our reservation guide, Vox gives you the juicy details on how to dine in private at these eight restaurants.
Cynthia Kramer stands surrounded by whole wheat, barley and maple sugar crust filled with rolled oats, maple syrup and walnuts, and she sees a story. She’s making her Shire Breakfast Pie, a Kramer creation fit for Hobbits.
Vox music editors pick some tunes from musical duos and prove two is better than one
Tia Fuller trades packed Beyoncé concerts for a cozy Columbia crowd
Tia Fuller talks lip gloss, music and her favorite album with Vox
When Raven Wolf isn't performing outside of Lakota Coffee Company on Ninth Street, he is listening to these tunes
(Web Exclusive) This quirky band kicks off Summerfest with mixes for wild fun