Columbia metal band Non Serviam talks about some misconceptions people have about metalhead fashion and music.
The Missourian is collecting photos showing readers' view of Missouri football games at Memorial Stadium, at an alumni chapter gathering or wherever you watch.
The nostalgia of seeing one of your old houses can be great. But when your old house is torn down, that nostalgia can be bittersweet.
We asked, and Kewpie fans answered: They sure do love their unique mascot. As one wrote, "Not everyone can rock being a naked baby!"
"Would children eat this?" It's a question that Brad Faith has to ask daily as a chef for the Columbia Public Schools Nutritional Services Department.
MU graduate Emily Kummerfeld shares her tips for maintaining a clean diet and staying healthy.
Katie Jackson talks about life with her especially active pet bunny, Luna.
Elana Sindelar traveled to South Korea her freshman year of college to teach English to elementary students. She explained why she decided to stay: "Letting myself be vulnerable and falling in love with this country and the beautiful people I have met here — it’s the best decision I have ever made."
A mother hopes other parents will teach their children to not stare at others who are different from them and ask questions instead.
According to a map on Costco’s official website, the warehouse closest to Columbia is located at 200 Costco Way, St. Peters, Mo.
Nate Brown, manager of external relations at the Reynolds Journalism Institute, shares photos of his favorite places in the Columbia area. Take a look.
The proposed communications tower would enhance radio, cellular and wireless internet signals, but no action has been taken on the project yet.
Kate Gunn, the executive director for Argrageous Fridays, explains why she is passionate about local art. The next event is scheduled for Oct. 10-12.
Although Tristen Shaw's grandmother, who has Alzheimer's, does not always recognize her, she is the reason Shaw is running for Homecoming queen at Hickman High School. As part of the process, Shaw is raising money for Alzheimer's Association.
Reader Joe Dillard recently got a new appreciation for the brilliance of at least one arachnid that has taken up residence at his back door.
We want to hear from people who live outside of Columbia and who have trouble accessing the Internet.
Programs such as Turning Point and Into Action give second chances to the homeless and released prisoners, offering support and a fresh start.
Jason Mathews has been playing trumpet for 16 years. He says it has taught him lessons about being timely, respectable and hardworking. It also cured his stage fright.
Help us create a photographic database with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund of soldiers who gave their lives.
Leigha Vandegriffe donated 10 inches of her hair to Locks of Love on Sunday at Green Meadows Hair Co. and Spa's annual cut-a-thon.