From sports enthusiasts to alpaca farmers, Columbia's residents and their pursuits are diverse
Forget Throwback Thursday. Antonio Rainey and Lamarr Holt throw it back every day, with a customized twist, at their clothing shop.
Colin Russell and Rex Scott serve up the "quintessential Jamaican experience" with their Jerk Hut, which has grown from a post-game picnic to two restaurant locations
Jeff Adams goes on adventures to explore sunken ships and aids recovery dives closer to home
Gary and Mary Licklider have been raising alpacas for about 18 years at their farm, Curly Eye. They began with five alpacas and have raised so many since that they don’t know the exact number. They now keep about 20 of them at a time.
After a career in graphic design and teaching, Bob Forsee began traveling the world on two wheels
Chais Blakemore owner of Dugout Sports Cards in Columbia does more than just buy and sell cards at his shop: He inspires connection
Chrystal Graves boosts confidence for those in her salon chair and boosts opportunities for young girls of color with BOLD Academy
A hard look at how activism has changed in 50 years, and what a post-COVID world has in store.
In today’s class, five young activist groups rally for their causes
Public spaces have always been hotbeds for social movements. Take a visual tour around five such locations in Columbia
How a lot of locals give a little to make Columbia brighter
Make any of these dietary changes to lessen your environmental impact
Body ideals are everywhere, especially on social media
Human trafficking might seem like a distant nightmare, but the issue is all too real for millions of people worldwide. Columbia is no exception
We can expect changes in schools, libraries and self-driving cars, but we can't always predict the consequences
Scientists disagree over the probability of a repeat of the catastrophic Missouri earthquakes of 1811 and 1812
Twitter and Facebook posts are the latest bumper crops as farmers look to the future
Adulting can get the best of you, but your money doesn’t have to. If credit card lingo sounds like a foreign language, we’ve got you covered
Don’t freak out about the federal form for student aid