Nightlife in Columbia doesn’t have to feature booze.
MU astrophysics and general relativity graduate student Sean Baldridge: “While eclipses are common, having a path of totality cross over your house is what is rare. We just got lucky here in Columbia.”
What’s arrived on the scene this year?
Urine for a treat here, folks.
The record store will move to the vacated spot Woody’s Gentlemen’s Clothiers left on Ninth Street.
Harold’s Doughnuts pastry chef Melissa Poelling: “Food is something that calls you, not the other way around.”
Creative director Sydney Rosee: “Part of the fashion show is to promote unity and diversity and to showcase Muse Clothing in a different way.”
All your favorite kinds of snacks are now in one place.
The community came together, donating to keep the “comeback cafe” running.
The Columbia community took to the streets to run for a cause.
Embrace the good, the bad and the ugly.
The event features a fashion show and jazz orchestra
The Understudy, which opens in January, plans to offer a diverse selection of high-quality drinks.
Kelly Wallis, director of Boone County Community Services Department: “It’s something very innovative and new … We could definitely be a model for other counties and possibly even other states.”
The city will not charge the developer, Catalyst Design Works, to close portions of Elm, Fifth and Sixth streets.
The administrative delay on approving building permits near campus will be in effect until Dec. 1.
Thousands of cigarettes will be composted instead of littering Columbia streets and polluting Flat Branch Creek.
The proposed structure dubbed “Rise Apartments” would be dedicated primarily to student housing with parking and retail spaces.
Every year, the “Magic Tree” takes CoMo by storm, symbolizing the holiday season and CoMo tradition.
Local art show gives back to community in more ways than one.