Vox Editor-in-Chief Sarah Everett reflects on her definition of home and the small things that bring her comfort
This month were bringing you some holiday cheer from a visit with Santa Clause to a freshly brewed cup of joe from a new Columbia hot spot Oikonomia Coffee.
Local theater students and professors continue to create, albeit virtually
See what a typical day looks like for the owners and workers of Lilly's Cantina food truck
Since the pandemic, KOPN hosts have found ways to create new content from home
Despite various setbacks, the Candy Cane Crib's creator and its supporters unite to bring holiday cheer back to the community
This year has been far from normal, so why should your holiday dishes fall into familiar patterns?
More than a place, home can be a feeling: the joy of sisterhood, the familiarity of a favorite restaurant or the safety of being believed
Harbor House and True North altered housing options for Columbia's homeless population to comply with stay-at-home orders brought on by the pandemic
In a weight-focused world, many people worry more about gaining the “COVID 15” than catching COVID-19
Mocktails aren't just for Dry January
Crystals, palmistry and tarot readings are experiencing a resurgence, and it might be just the thing you’re looking for
For Chris Foley, patience, dedication and experimentation led to a baking business on the rise
Plants inside your home aren’t just an aesthetic — they’re therapeutic.
Hemp Hemp Hooray store co-owner discusses the ever-changing cannabis industry
The past, present and future inspire Tyler Hollis, a first-time voter, to cast a ballot this year
This month we're bringing you British romantic dramas, all the butternut squash ravioli you can eat, ways to honor our veterans and a place to give back this holiday season.
Microaggressions might seem, well, “micro,” but when people are subject to them, their impact is anything but
Although small, elderberries are filled with more than just flavor
Even kids need an outlet for stress