In search of the perfect wedding dress, this bride-to-be scouted every local bridal boutique, from Belle Mariée to David's Bridal, so you don't have to
Two months after its grand opening, even more people are coming to the park
Columbia's premiere musical festival returns with new ownership and local talent.
The iconic folk artist unravels the chaos of ordinary life through her music
Even with all of the big names, many of this year’s performers hail from mid-Missouri
Twelve years later, Roots N Blues has grown from a barbecue to a festival with thousands of attendants, and the new owners plan to continue elevating the experience.
The husband and wife duo express and explain their love, adventure and real life struggles through their music.
Find your inner animal through these yoga classes at Goat Yoga of Missouri, Papa's Cat Cafe, and Unchained Melodies Dog Rescue
Cooper's Landing, the Katy Trail and the town of Rocheport lost business from the Missouri River's worst flooding since 1993
Our writer gets down to the bottom of VSCO girl culture and how much it'll cost you to reach that chic aesthetic
C.W. Dawson is invested in Columbia and actively working to solve the community's problems
The 350-year-old tree has survived worse floods, droughts and even lightning strikes
The GPS-based game lists millions of hidden containers worldwide, including more than 300 in Columbia
Tucked into the Ozarks, there lies an aquatic playground for a small and welcoming crew of Show-Me State paddlers
Meteorologists gather as much information as possible, but sometimes, there's no predicting Missouri's strange weather
Bryson Bruce is taking the stage by storm
Moments from the banks of the Missouri, Mississippi and Current rivers
New technology means that traditional archiving methods are becoming obsolete. Now that we’re in the digital age, how do we record — and keep from losing — the artifacts of today?
At MU, construction is in full swing. With five major projects underway this summer, the cost includes a lot of zeros.
Families who qualify for WIC or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program can use Columbia Farmers Market’s SNAP Matching programs