Some festival attendees were dressed in comfortable clothing while others went all out with their choices—reflecting Instagram trends, Boho Western styles and more
After the musical event's absense in 2020, Roots N Blues returned Friday for night one of the three day festival, with women taking charge on the mainstage
Local henna artist Siham Nour's hand-inked designs incorporate Somali and Indian influences, leaving her multicultural mark on her clients
The new poetry club in Columbia provides a forum for people to read and discuss their favorite works as well as share their own poems
The annual Columbia music festival will host local and chain vendors serving barbecue, lemonade and even clothing
Alexander Isgriggs, whose short film will be shown at this year's CoMo Shorts film festival, discusses why he chooses animation to tell stories
With a variety of artists performing over three days at Roots N Blues, you may not know when to go or who to watch. Vox has compiled a list of who you don't want to miss each day of the 2021 festival
The festival's medieval reenactments draw crowds every year
Here's a look at the local writing workshops and book discussions you can partake in as the weather cools in Columbia
Are you wondering how to take your music to the next level? Vox spoke with a music producer and a musician from Columbia about how they went from amateur to professional
Despite a still-rocky atmosphere around LGBTQ issues, LGBTQ artists have made waves in recent years on par with cisgender, straight musicians. Here's how
Performers in Columbia are returning to the stage with more meaning and creative adaptations after more than a year of a live performance hiatus
From requiring proof of vaccination to only accepting contactless payments, Roots N Blues creates an actionable plan to reduce the spread of COVID-19 at this year's festival
Jazz Forward Initiative strives to keep jazz alive by showcasing a variety of artists during free event Saturday
Stand-up comedian Greg Warren returns to Columbia on Friday to perform at The Blue Note as part of his Creamy and Crunchy Tour
The new horror film draws unexpected parallels to the Black Lives Matter movement by co-opting #SayHerName
Vox is here to help you find and hone in on your iteration of hot girl summer.
King Theodore Records reflects owner Jesse Slade’s love of both music and collecting
The show must go on — outdoors, that is. For more than a year, local theater companies took shows online or canceled performances altogether. But many are now ready to return live and in-person.
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