Hummingbirds are stocking up for their long trek south. Help them out with bird feeders, flowers and resting spots
As a current MU student, Karlee Seek has already managed several political campaigns for Columbia-area Democrats, including Barbara Buffaloe's successful bid for mayor. And she's not slowing down
Local comic book collector Drew Stuart showcases his collection on an up-and-coming YouTube channel beloved by the city's comic book scene
The local creative uses fashion to show that Columbia is its own slice of paradise
By producing drag shows throughout mid-Mo, Nclusion Plus provides community and support to the LGBTQ community
Local paleontologists weigh in on the depiction of prehistoric creatures in media, comparing scientific theory to Hollywood creativity
Get to know the furry friends that reside at three local businesses — stop by, say hi and give them a pet!
This 31-acre patch of land in south Columbia is home to a large farm share where people can learn to grow produce, get outside and give back to nature
This month, spend a day at the fair, enjoy an afternoon of inclusive skating and go to summer concerts with a view
"Life unfolds, whether we're prepared for it or not," writes Editor-in-Chief Courtney Perrett
Who says you need an expansive backyard to try your hand at a summer garden?
Nickie Davis's mission is to keep The District interesting, local, and weird. Count us in.
Punk rock made its way to the city as early as 1980 with the opening of The Blue Note — but where does the scene find itself now?
This month, attend a Grown-Up book fair, a Jamboree Juneteenth, a fine arts festival, a music performance and trivia and brunch
Editor-in-Chief Courtney Perrett discusses the drastic changes to come if Roe v. Wade is overturned
Rocks rock! A guide to Missouri’s diverse geology
Seasoned florist Kent Anderson serves the community with his delicate floral designs for any occasion, big or small
A.L. Gustin and Lake of the Woods golf courses are moving to native plant education, less styrofoam and even electric golf carts
Hammond, executive director of the Columbia Art League, discusses the festival’s return following a two-year hiatus
Ahead of the Kentucky Derby, an equestrian coach addresses the consequences of racing for horses