Many are turning to apps like Tik Tok to keep them busy during long hours at home quarantining, and they're getting hooked
Planning a wedding was stressful and time-consuming enough before coronavirus came into the picture. One local couple decided to postpone their big day to protect the health of family and friends
Couples struggling to start a family find local support with Kelly Gilion's GracefulWait group
This 100-plus member creative agency builds relationships with local businesses to give students the opportunities they lack in traditional classrooms
Some names are harder for Westerners to pronounce than others. We explain the science behind this, the negative effects and solutions to avoid any future awkward encounters
Columbia's very own PI weighs in on the facts and fiction of her trade
C.W. Dawson is invested in Columbia and actively working to solve the community's problems
Bryson Bruce is taking the stage by storm
Columbia's sewer system is aging while its population grows, presenting a stinky issue. The city has a 20-year plan to fix it.
Over the past year, filmmaker, comedian and writer, Kendrick Smith, co-founded a new production company to support his feature film, "I Love You, Elliot"
Keegan Pope looks back on the search that led to April's powerful women package
After a national tragedy, the longtime music director was inspired to create a LGBTQ community safe space in Columbia
The co-conspirator took a step away from the festival this year to work on a teen thriller film and other long-term projects
MU's Nobel Laureate George Smith and wife Marjorie Sable reflect on life in the Columbia spotlight
The full-time artist helps students brush up on art and its impact on daily life
The former golf pro aims to make the sport accessible to families and people with physical limitations
The radio personality found his way onto TV screens and into people’s lives in Columbia. He’s managed to stay there just by being himself.
Through a dogged commitment to nature, this pair helps one of Missouri's beloved parks bloom
After 20 years, Sarah Ashman continues to wheel out her expertise to Columbians
Jabberwocky Studios dance instructor Rebecca Wallace charts her journey from ballet to hip-hop