Around CoMo

Sep. 17, 2018

Bad Bad Hats entertains the audience with their upbeat, love-themed music

With instruments in hand and jokes at the ready, Bad Bad Hats played a great performance at Columbia’s Cafe Berlin

Sep. 17, 2018

Coming out: Playhouse Theatre Company brings ‘Fun Home’ to Columbia

The Playhouse Theatre Company of Stephens College opens their 2018-19 season with “Fun Home,” a dramatic retelling of the memoir by lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel.

Sep. 17, 2018

Mom Jeans., additional bands captivate Rose Music Hall

The Mom Jeans. concert at Columbia’s Rose Music Hall on Sept. 13, featured special guests Just Friends, Shortly and Mover Shaker.

Sep. 10, 2018

Spotlighting independent businesses: plus-size clothing downtown with Free Association

Free Association co-owner Sarah Lockwood: “I wanted [Free Association] to feel like a giant closet [where shoppers] can come in here and hang out. I just want it to feel like they accidentally walked into someone's house.”

Sep. 10, 2018

Local business Lizzi & Rocco’s helps meet pet-owner needs

Local family-owned business Lizzi & Rocco’s has all of your MU pet needs while also giving back to the Columbia community.

Aug. 31, 2018

Spotlighting independent businesses: the community that is Hitt Records

Jon Hadusek, Hitt Records clerk: “Some of the best friends and experiences that I have had came from just being at [Hitt Records].”

Aug. 23, 2018

Five of the most visited off-campus eats

Enjoy your meals away from the dining halls by trying new restaurants around Columbia.

Aug. 19, 2018

The Yellow Dog lives on: Scout’s story

Yellow Dog Bookshop owner Joe Chevalier: “[Scout] was really determined. She was still trying to get upstairs at the end even though she couldn't use her back legs.”

May. 03, 2018

Top 5 live: Columbia’s best performances, from theater to concerts

This year saw a wide array of live performances that got people dancing, talking and laughing.

May. 02, 2018

Murder mystery ‘The Rimers of Eldritch’ was hauntingly familiar in feeling

Set in the 1960s, playwright Langford Wilson explores the failure of a small Missouri town.

Apr. 30, 2018

Columbia Area Earth Day Festival promotes sustainability

This festival included an Earth Day 5k, a street fair, a kids area and more.

Apr. 24, 2018

Hot Box Cookies sees sales increase on 4/20

Madelynn Westhoff, a freshman psychology major at MU, took MOVE Magazine for a delivery order on the stoners’ holiday.

Apr. 24, 2018

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman discusses body positivity, Larry Nassar case

Aly Raisman comes to the MU campus after a combined effort from groups like It’s On Us, the Panhellenic Association, MSA and others to address sexual assault on campus and discuss her life after the Olympics.

Apr. 17, 2018

Greenhouse Theatre Project’s ‘Frankenstein’ breathes life into immersive theater

Greenhouse Theatre Project performed “Frankenstein” from April 11-15.

Apr. 12, 2018

One Act Festival at Warehouse Theatre is haunting, well-balanced

In the first One Act Festival at Stephens College since 2009, students performed four chilling stories.

Mar. 22, 2018

Women’s Leadership Conference teaches female empowerment

Keynote speakers Lauren Ash and Nadya Okamoto inspired women at the Tiger Hotel.

Mar. 08, 2018

Campfire Stories offers different perspective on True/False documentaries

Four True/False documentary directors revealed what happens when the camera isn’t rolling.

Feb. 28, 2018

Parking and foot traffic tips for an easy True/False Film Festival

In 2015, True/False film festival reached 45,000 in attendance. Read this list to prepare for the large crowds and traffic.

Feb. 28, 2018

Six eco-friendly steps for True/False moviegoers

Recycling art, food compost and straw shortages are some ways to reduce your environmental footprint at the festival.

Feb. 27, 2018

Gimme Truth! brings comedy to True/False

Gimme Truth! is a gameshow at The Blue Note where contestants show real or fake documentaries in an attempt to trick the judges.