Lynett Vallejo will be playing the role of "Kathy" in "Moonchildren" at the Rhynsburger Theatre on April 24-26 and May 1-4.
Despite their portrayal — or lack thereof — in media and society at large, black women are indeed beautiful and indeed have value.
In 2009, a traffic study indicated the volume of traffic on Nifong and Rock Quarry didn’t require a signalized intersection.
It is so important to talk to our kids and remind them all the time about the rules of engagement online, and it seems like many parents feel intimidated and don’t have the information they need to teach their kids what they need to know.
Shannah Arner describes what inspires her to create watercolor art.
Reader Joe Dillard has seen quite a few robins returning to Columbia lately and wonders what they eat when the ground is frozen making it hard to find delectable earthworms.
International track and field athletes cope with being away from home by forming a new family at MU.
MU student Garrett Adams has been a contract speaker for the statewide program Safe and Sober since 2013. He talks to teenagers about the dangers and risks associated with underage drinking.
Do you have the cutest, coolest or weirdest pet in Columbia? We want to meet it.
Just in case there is a lull in a conversation, here's a starter to help it move along.
MU junior Kaycee Nail shares her experiences studying abroad in Rwanda. She calls for acknowledgement of the genocide that took place in Rwanda and of the progress the country has made since then.
Take a walk down memory lane and tell us how Columbia has evolved.
Ann Wade, an MU junior, faces challenges eating a vegan diet in Columbia, such as finding vegan dishes and the more expensive prices. She suggests that restaurants create vegan options, label menu items as vegan and offer vegan varieties with simple substitution.
The Missouri Department of Transportation and Columbia Parks and Recreation see a need for major repairs of pedestrian and road bridges.
Four candidates are running for three positions on the Columbia School Board. What questions do you have for them?
Feminism doesn't care about your fashion sense — just your sense of equality.
True/False Film Fest-goers clashed with single-digit temperatures, sleet and snow to get to documentary showings in downtown Columbia on Sunday.
For those who wish to eat without a backseat driver, there's an option.
Ryan Branson thinks men with eating disorders are stigmatized. He shares his own story about fighting the disease. Currently, he's doing more research to help other men dealing with eating disorders.
Contribute your own one-word movie review during True/False.