Angles

Sep. 17, 2018

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats bring their soulful R&B sound to Roots N Blues N BBQ

The Denver-based group brings neo-soul to Columbia at the music festival Roots N Blues N BBQ

Sep. 16, 2018

‘The End’ is just the beginning in ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’

In first episode of new ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’ season, familiar faces return for a crossover revival that positions them all together dealing with nuclear fallout

Sep. 13, 2018

With ‘Big Little Lies,’ ‘Sharp Objects,’ Jean-Marc Vallée takes TV by storm

Two murder mysteries with vastly different approaches serve as a showcase for women playing darkly complex characters.

Sep. 11, 2018

‘Sierra Burgess Is a Loser’ explores love in the age of catfishing

New Netflix Original movie stars “Stranger Things” actress Shannon Purser and “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” actor Noah Centineo.

Sep. 10, 2018

Column: 'Blindspotting' mixes humor with hard-hitting political commentary

The “Hamilton” star’s dramatic comedy reveals the scary truth about community displacement and the effect of stereotypes on police brutality.

Sep. 10, 2018

Hozier waxes bittersweet once more in new 'Nina Cried Power - EP'

Hozier gives tribute to social activists, continues his complaints about the views of the church and melancholy feelings of love

Sep. 08, 2018

MizzouMACC: A Student’s Perspective

MizzouMACC offers an unfamiliar yet beneficial co-enrollment opportunity between MU and MACC

Sep. 06, 2018

Eminem rants for entire album in surprise 'Kamikaze' release

Eminem complains about his haters, woman problems and the current state of rap in surprise drop “Kamikaze.”

Sep. 06, 2018

“Searching” is an impressive technical thriller that never quite finds what it’s looking for

The new thriller starring John Cho is a technical breakthrough with some minor glitches

Sep. 04, 2018

BTS beat a Guinness World Record with the debut of “IDOL”

BTS’s music has inspired an international movement of acceptance and self-love.

Sep. 03, 2018

Freshman Flicks - six movies to help new students settle in

These college related films will motivate freshman with their valuable college advice

Sep. 03, 2018

Music in 'Bloom': a review of Troye Sivan’s newest release

The youtuber-turned-popstar’s sophomore album takes on a slower, mellowed-out sound

Sep. 03, 2018

Column: Small changes, big impacts: MU’s sustainability fee

MU’s Office of Sustainability is working toward making campus more eco-friendly through its sustainability fee.

Sep. 03, 2018

Fall headfirst into fall with this playlist

MOVE’s fall playlist features new favorites and old classics

Sep. 01, 2018

‘BlacKkKlansman’ sheds light on racism in U.S.

Black cop successfully infiltrates the KKK in new Spike Lee movie based on a true story.

Aug. 28, 2018

Top five movies to see this fall

Long-awaited returns, exciting debuts and everything in between will unfold in the upcoming months at Columbia movie theatres.

Aug. 28, 2018

“OnePointFive” is a complete and utter disappointment

With such a different sound from what fans have heard before, it’s hard to believe “Caroline” and “Blackjack” are by the same artist

Aug. 28, 2018

“Be the Cowboy” is a major step forward for Mitski

The acclaimed indie-pop artist’s fifth album offers a surprising change in direction, resulting in her best work yet

Aug. 27, 2018

Discover new books and more at the Columbia Public Library book sale

The Friends of the Columbia Public Library are selling hundreds of donated books for a worthy cause.

Aug. 27, 2018

Rainbows and Glitter Galore: A review of MidMo Pride

Columbia’s Mid-Missouri Pride 2018 spreads love for all at Saturday’s event.