Tag Archives: Columbia

Savor Spring in Columbia

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Now that spring has finally arrived, it’s time to end your hibernation and check out Columbia! One of the best ways to celebrate is by enjoying the flavors our destination has to offer. Spend a couple days exploring Columbia’s clever cuisine…we’ll help with a few can’t-miss spots. To really soak up the season and the sun, head over to the ... Read More »

Rich Hill Film Shines

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If you didn’t make it out for the 2014 True/False Film Festival in Columbia last weekend, there was one film that you missed that seemed to shine with more heart-touching Missouri Pride than any other: Rich Hill. The film won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize for documentary at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and is described as, “An examination of ... Read More »

Create Your Own Missouri Date Night

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It’s always a great time of year to spend quality time with that special someone while you enjoy Missouri’s wonderfully vibrant restaurants, entertainment and nightlife. Keep the love going with weekly date nights in Missouri. If you aren’t sure where to start, consider the list below a step in the right direction. Here’s how it works: you see each city ... Read More »

Ready for True/False Film Festival 2014?

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Ok, Mid-Missourians, Columbia’s True/False Film Festival 2014 starts Thursday (Feb. 27, running through March 2), so I hope you have your passes ready and films picked out, because things are about to get pretty exciting. If you don’t know much about True/False, here’s the Readers Digest version: 2014 marks the festival’s 11th year Documentary films are the focus Over four days, ... Read More »

14 Ways to Fall in Love with Columbia

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February’s most notable holiday might fall on the 14th, but we think the best thing you do this month could be escaping with your girlfriends (single and taken!) to Columbia. Whether you are looking to relax or go all out, this list will help you and your ladies beat the winter blues. 1.  Stretch out with some yoga. Select from ... Read More »

Missouri’s Lincoln Connections

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Many people are surprised to know that Missouri is one of only five states that observe Lincoln’s Birthday as a state holiday. Most states only observe President’s Day, which falls on George Washington’s birthday and is five days after President Lincoln’s birthday. With Abraham Lincoln’s many ties to the Show-Me state, it makes sense we’d “show-him” special commemoration on his ... Read More »

The District: A Columbia Shopping Wonderland

Shopping in The District is always a necessity in Columbia.

The first snow hasn’t fallen, but that doesn’t stop Columbia from getting dressed up for the holidays. For visitors who are hoping to check some gifts off their list, Columbia has some fantastic and unexpected ideas for anyone on your list.  Expect the Best Columbia shopping wouldn’t be the same if you didn’t go shopping in The District. It is always ... Read More »

Where to Go on a Missouri Gameday

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It’s about that time when you want to watch every game possible but you just don’t have the money to sit in a seat at the stadium. Well go for the next best thing: Huge TVs, tasty food and an impeccable atmosphere. Between St. Louis, Kansas City and Columbia we’ve got you covered for some great places to enjoy the ... Read More »

Soulful Music and Food in the Heart of Missouri

It's that time of year again to get excited for the Roots n Blues n BBQ Festival in Columbia.

Roots n Blues n BBQ  is an outstanding annual festival featuring 27 internationally renowned musical “stars,” performing a variety of blues, country, bluegrass, gospel, folk and soul music on two main stages in Stephens Lake Park, the weekend of September 20-22. Plus, there is a half-marathon, a 10k run, scrumptious barbecue and other food items, a full service bar, and a ... Read More »

Patio Season in Columbia

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When spring rolls around, I get excited about being able to hear the hostess at my local restaurants say “Would you like to sit inside or outside?” That means it is patio season once again! Nothing is more relaxing to me than sitting on a patio and enjoying the weather and great friends, and of course, a wonderful meal! Being ... Read More »