Joe Dillard, a longtime Columbia resident, shares what you can expect to find in the humorous autobiography he recently published about his life experiences so far.
Julia and Bill Helvey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a concert by their son Howard at the church where the couple was married.
Friday was Take Your Dog to Work Day. Columbia residents celebrated by doing just that.
The St. Thomas More Newman Center is hosting "Win the World for Jesus" Vacation Bible School July 9-13.
Robin Nuttall, an author of CoMo Whine and Dine blog, reviews Pepe's of Columbia, a local food truck.
Photographer John Hall sees off the last of the baby bluebirds as they leave the nest.
Photographer John Hall follows the steps of baby bluebirds in his backyard ready to take flight.
Cole Pruitt, a graduate of Hickman High School, is the co-director of "The Surrounding Game," a documentary about the ancient Chinese game of Go.
Christa DeMarke, creator and author of c. jane create, shares her recipe for lime-marinated flank steak.
Eric and Joanna Reuter, who are full-time farmers managing Chert Hollow Farm LLC, discuss the implications of a dry spring on their produce.
Photographer John Hall has become an expert on feeding baby bluebirds.
Rachel Mills, Les Bourgeois Vineyards and Winery marketing director, shares how her experience with wine is different from that of previous generations.
Krishna Fogle shares her experiences with contra dancing in mid-Missouri.
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Norm Benedict, a Columbia native, writes about his memoir, "Thumbs Up, 'V' for Victory, I Love You," about growing up in 1940s and 1950s America.
Occupy Missouri will host speakers and hold events in Columbia during the weekend of June 29.
Photographer John Hall and his subject, a bluebird he named Mr. Bluebird, interact in a story about one father helping out another
This SUGAR quilting conference started today and will run until Wednesday.
Jade Hockman, a local martial arts instructor, has been selected as one of few worldwide to earn a coveted title in the sport.
Possessing combat experience that tends to be rare among his lawmaking counterparts, Stephen Webber asserts that his focus is on legislation that has a tangible benefit to the veteran.