Fresh off a recent Grammy win for Best Orchestral Performance, the St. Louis Symphony will perform at the Missouri Theatre on Sept. 27
Columbia Eve Fest encourages residents to color their dreams in 2016.
As the Tigers head into their 2015 season, they face a tough group of opponents in order to defend their
Southeastern Conference Eastern Division Champion title
You won't want to miss this experimental music label's first-ever fest
The rock musical, an MU-produced performance to be directed by graduate student Chris Oliver, follows the story of Hedwig, a genderqueer character and rock
‘n’ roll singer in a quest to find love
Sure, there are plenty of events in Columbia, but sometimes we just want to get out of town. Explore what's going on in other parts of Missouri
Enjoy the fall and brace for winter with a variety of events from writing classes to Winter Trout Fishing. Performers such as Steve-O and Young the Giant will also warm up Columbia
Brave the cold with these December events. From browsing the Living Windows Festival, listening to
guy, Don McLean, work up a sweat at the Katy Trail Tunnel Trot and check out some Christmas classics like A Christmas Carol, there's something for everyone.
Dive into fall with Culture Couture, the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival, Citizen Jane, The Internet, Rock Bridge Revenge, Romeo and Juliet and more.
In between sipping PSLs and playing in Peace Park leaf piles, go hear Tim Gunn speak at Jesse Hall, indulge in some delicious noms
at Roots N Blues N BBQ or hear the twangy tunes of Blues Traveler. You can also support Susan G. Komen at the Mid-Missouri Race for the Cure or see the much-anticipated Suicide Girls at The Blue Note.
Editor-in-chief Eliza Smith shares a behind-the-scenes look at one of our most challenging issues of the year
Spice up the season with events for every taste
One of MU's most famous alumna is coming back, and everyone's invited
The country music legend is bringing his
peculiarities to Columbia.
Even after 103 years, the school that is credited with inventing homecoming has tried to go bigger each year.
An undercurrent of Shades of Violet comes to town.
Watch lights illuminate the Magic Tree for its 19th year. The lighting event includes crafts, a holiday bazaar and carriage rides. Santa might even stop by.
What makes a cycling event benefitting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mid-Missouri better? Beer at the finish line.
Feast your eyes, ears and taste buds on a harvest of Columbia activities.
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Orange is the New Black star Laverne Cox is the first transgender person to appear on a Time Magazine cover. On Oct. 6,
she will be sharing her story with Mizzou.