Burger bloggers, Mark Dahl and Richard Hauschild, evaluate Columbia burger restaurants based on the burger, sides, service, ambiance and location.
The sport is not especially popular in America, but once people expose themselves to it, they're usually hooked.
Margie Crosby's award-winning artwork was inspired by her aunt who had Lou Gehrig's disease.
After meeting another player at a roller derby match and watching a YouTube video, Joshua Crabtree was sold on playing hurling.
The Missouri General Assembly honored the state champion Battle High School football team Wednesday in Jefferson City.
"The Vagina Monologues" member Samantha Franks wants to stop talking only about abuse and start talking about survival, too.
Molly Deimeke, a survivor of a traumatic brain injury and member of the Brain Injury Support Group in Columbia, shares her story.
For MU student Josh Ejnes, comedy is a chance to play a character and escape his anxiety for a while.
Clyde Bentley says he's becoming "one of those really annoying old men: deaf as a post but sitting in the corner humming at increasingly high volume."
Furry friends throughout Columbia have been enjoying the snow. Here are our favorites.
Sometimes Maria Effinger, a member of the MU track and field and cross country teams, has to make sacrifices. But when she gets ready to race, those sacrifices are forgotten.
Keep up with social media sharing in one spot without leaving the Missourian's site. And join the fun by using the #CoMoSnow hashtag.
Reader Tam Tran shared this love-themed poem in time for Valentine's Day.
"Do I regret leaving? I couldn’t have done anything different at the time." Columbia resident Nancy Rogers shares a Valentine's Day poem for her ex-husband.
Do you remember your first love? We asked readers what they'd learned from their first love. Here's what they said.
Love is in the air in Columbia, so we asked readers to share valentines in honor of their favorite city.
FROM READERS: University Avenue Bed and Breakfast celebrates 20th anniversary in historic neighborhood
University Avenue Bed and Breakfast is the longest-running B&B in the city of Columbia.
Cathy Cox sings the National Anthem before Missouri sporting events. To her, it is an honor and a thrilling experience.
The Missourian asked kids and their parents about space, rockets and aliens while they visited Columbia Public Schools Planetarium on Saturday at Rock Bridge High School.
Trudy Lewis discusses the roller derby nicknames in her new novel, "The Empire Rolls."