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Family Weekend expected to bring extra visitors to campus, Columbia businesses prepare for an increase in sales

An influx of parents, siblings and friends of MU students were expected as the Division of Student Affairs hosted events around campus.

Vinyl Renaissance to move closer to campus

The record store will move to the vacated spot Woody’s Gentlemen’s Clothiers left on Ninth Street.

'#ThisIsAmerica' fashion show puts diversity first

Creative director Sydney Rosee: “Part of the fashion show is to promote unity and diversity and to showcase Muse Clothing in a different way.”

New bar under Kaldi’s focused on education and accessibility

The Understudy, which opens in January, plans to offer a diverse selection of high-quality drinks.

Uber begins operating in Columbia under new regulations

After solving conflicts with city through new regulations, Uber finally begins to operate legally in Columbia.

Improvements on the way for Business Loop 70

There is already one CID dedicated to improving the downtown area.

Improvements on the way for Business Loop 70

There is already one CID dedicated to improving the downtown area.

Filling CoMo’s taco void

Lindsey Spratt’s Boss Taco brings authentic Mexican tacos to Downtown Columbia.

Uber’s arrival in Columbia stirs up controversy, backlash from city

City Council is planning to debate transportation regulations at its Feb. 2 meeting.

Done Wars: Harold’s and Strange open up shop

CoMo’s getting not one, but two new doughnut shops.

Mojo’s gets name change

Iconic venue to be renamed Rose Music Hall and remodeled

These tacos have Seoul

Food truck-turned-restaurant to roll into town.

Custom shirts with quirks

Local T-shirt shop allows customers to design their own shirts.

Jamba Juice comes to Mizzou

Smoothie chain opens Columbia location.

Money granted to Missouri clinic as part of Affordable Care Act

$250,000 will be given to the Family Health Center of Boone County.

Suit up! Dapper Don consigns to the men of CoMo

Inside the pages of Yellow Dog Bookshop

A closer look at downtown Columbia’s favorite used book store.

Columbia unemployment rate among lowest in nation

The rate is below the Missouri and national unemployment rate.

Historic Heidelberg heralds 50 years in business

Since 1963, The Heidelberg has remained a cornerstone of the MU campus.

Grassroots blazes its way into town

The new smoke shop opened its doors for the first time at 4:20 p.m. Wednesday.