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Churches to serve city in second annual ForColumbia event

The volunteer event has grown to 34 partnered churches and 1,600 volunteers this year.

Girls on the Run prepares for April 5K race

Young girls learn about healthy self-image, positive community and achieving goals in Columbia.

Here’s why ‘Beer tastes better in the front row’

The Blue Note shows CoMo a new way to watch your favorite movies.

Pablo Francisco to give CoMo Déjá Vu

Pizza man-turned-comedian Pablo Francisco of Tucson, Arizona will put on a show full of impersonations, satire, and a little bit of insanity at Déjá Vu this weekend.

Stuff to do: Winter Break edition

Don’t feel stuck during the holidays; help is on the way!

Local businesses get festive

Living Windows Festival to put local businesses on display.

North Village Arts District is Artrageously cool

Artrageous Fridays series continues to bring culture and business together in Downtown Columbia.

“My name is Frank, and I keep people’s secrets."

PostSecret founder Frank Warren spoke to Mizzou students Monday night at the Missouri Theatre.

Running is fundamental to childhood literacy charity’s fundraising efforts

The Jumpstart Spark a Life 5K will be held on Saturday to raise funds for charity aimed at helping inner-city kids.

Living Windows Festival starts off holiday season

A total of 19 stores participated in turning downtown into living art.

New postage stamp created in honor of veterans

The Purple Heart Forever stamp is now available at local post offices.

Ragtag turns 13

You're cordially invited to Ragtag's birthday celebration 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Ragtag Cinema.

Columbia celebrates Memorial Day with air show

The Memorial Day air show at Columbia Regional Airport drew more than 30,000 people.

Come for the classes, stay for the concerts

People with ears should be in for some good shows.

Circus brings white lions and colorful creatures

What's a white lion?

Service celebrates life of lynching victim James T. Scott

Scott was hanged from Stewart Bridge by a mob in 1923.

‘Carbon Nation’ expresses environmental waste concerns

The film pointed out different ways the U.S. wastes energy.

Gina Bruno brings Suhaila format workshop to Moon Belly Dance Studio

The two-day workshop will be hosted by Moon Belly Dance Studio.

Go green at Columbia Earth Day festival

The annual Earth Day festival is in its 22nd year.

Fundraisers take a plunge to support Special Olympics