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McNally’s Pub Celebrating Halfway to St. Patricks Day

While St. Patrick’s Day is still several months away, McNally’s Irish Pub is gearing up to celebrate the official halfway point to St. Patrick’s Day. McNally’s, located at 7 N. Sixth St., is extending its hours and offering drink specials, including mini pitchers, shots, cider specials and green beer.  McNally’s will be open from 3 […]

Mizzou Hosting Farmers’ Market This Week

Take advantage of the chance to get fresh, local produce on Mizzou’s campus. From 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday in Stotler’s Lounge inside Memorial Union, come to the 2023 Farmers’ Market organized by Mizzou Campus Dining Services. The market will give students and the community a unique opportunity to connect with the region’s farmers and artisans. […]

Mizzou Tigers to Play Kansas State this Weekend

The Mizzou Tigers are returning to Faurot Field this weekend to take on Kansas State.  The Tigers will play at 11 a.m. Saturday. Tickets to the game cost between $50-$80. If you want to celebrate beforehand, Zimmer Communications is hosting another Tiger Tailgate from 9-11 a.m. This week, Scheppers is providing strawberry daiquiris for the […]


Corn Maze at Shryocks Opening For The Season

Excitement is in the air as Shryock Farm prepares to open its highly anticipated corn maze for another season of fall fun in Callaway County. The 2023 Corn Maze will open at noon Friday. The maze will then stay open for the season through Nov. 5. The corn maze will be open Fridays from noon-9 […]

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Fall 2023 Market to Highlight Small Businesses

This weekend, watch the Columbia Mall transform into a place filled with local makers for Curated Crafted Created Makers Fall 2023 Market. From 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, experience more than 60 local artisans and makers of mid-Missouri through the Level Up entrance at the mall. Curated Crafted Created Markets, by Andrea Lyn Events, has a […]

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14th Annual Harvest Hootenanny Coming to Columbia

Columbia is gearing up for a quintessential fall weekend as it hosts the 14th Annual Harvest Hootenanny at Columbia’s Agriculture Park. The hootin’ event is from 4-9 p.m. Saturday. Participants can enjoy free live music, a new dance hall, activities for kids, farm animals and park tours. While entry to the festival is free, you […]


45th Annual Heritage Festival Set for This Weekend

Columbia is gearing up for the 45th Annual Heritage Festival and Craft Show at Nifong Park. The annual event, organized by Columbia Parks and Recreation, is a free festival that will take you back in time with its captivating displays of heritage crafts, lively demonstrations and rich cultural experiences.  The festival will be from 10 […]

New Café Opens in Downtown Columbia

There is a new place in the heart of downtown Columbia to grab a cup of coffee and a bite to eat. According to Facebook, La Calle 8 Cafe had its grand opening on Aug. 5, unveiling its tasty treats, Latin music, tropical atmosphere and, of course, coffee. From aromatic Cuban coffee to empanadas and […]


New Cooks Added in the CoMo Cooks Shared Kitchen

The CoMo Cooks Shared Kitchen, a commercial kitchen and food business incubator on The Loop, has added new cooks to the kitchen. A new food option, 5 Generations, is now operating out of the shared kitchen, offering soul food and catering. The breakfast menu includes grits, eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, donuts, cinnamon rolls and quiche. […]

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Seasoning 63 Looking For A New Location

Seasoning 63, a popular Chinese restaurant in Columbia, is moving. According to a sign posted on the door on Old 63, the store temporarily closed on Aug. 26 while it secures a new location. “We apologize for the rather sudden announcement of the store’s closure; following this, we’re looking for a new location,” the sign […]

Missouri’s First Mobile Cannabis Bar Coming Soon to Columbia

Get ready to elevate your next event with The High Bar, Missouri’s first luxury mobile cannabis bar. Chloe Loughridge, owner of The High Bar, says the mobile cannabis bartending service is perfect for private events, weddings, backyard parties and more. “We work with the clients that would like the service, create a custom menu and […]


New Tesla Rental Company Opens in Columbia

Resla, a new Tesla rental company, has opened in Columbia and is spreading across the state. Resla offers Columbia residents the opportunity to experience the future of transportation firsthand. Landon Moore, an employee at Resla, says the company is located in Columbia and St. Louis, as well as in Phoenix and Scottsdale in Arizona, and […]

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Participate in Lizzy’s 6th Annual Walk of Faith at New Location

Columbia is gearing up for the highly anticipated 6th Annual Lizzy’s Walk of Faith 5K Walk/Run, but it’s at a new location this year. Starting at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, walk for a cause at Bethel Park to honor Lizzy and other children who have battled childhood cancer while raising funds for pediatric cancer research and […]


Main Squeeze Makes Changes to its Business

Main Squeeze in downtown Columbia has made some big changes to its business. According to an announcement on Facebook, owner Leigh Lockhart says after 25 years of running a busy food-based business, Main Squeeze no longer offers food. “While my support for cruelty-free eating has never been stronger, my passion for running a busy food-based […]

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Zipper Fest Coming to Columbia

Zipper Fest is coming to Columbia this weekend to celebrate creativity and innovation. This vibrant festival brings together artists, makers and visionaries from across Missouri to showcase their unique talents and creations. From 1-7 p.m. Saturday, experience the free festival with handmade items available to purchase, food and drinks from local businesses, including Irene’s, Six-Mile […]

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Plume Celebrating 10 Years in Business

Plume, the local shop filled with trendy handmade gifts, decors, clothes, baked goods and more, is celebrating 10 years in business this week.  As part of the celebration, there will be a big party from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, with in-store promotions all day. Anyone making a purchase will […]

Les Bourgeois Vineyards Hosting Demolition Watch Party

Have a blast this weekend while watching one at Les Bourgeois Vineyards. Starting at 7 a.m. Sunday at the A-Frame Winegarden and The Bistro, enjoy a watch party for the demolition of the truss of the historic Missouri River Bridge at Rocheport. Breakfast eats and drinks will be available at both places for viewers to […]

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Wild Wild Willie’s Coming Back to Columbia

Grab your cowboy boots, hat, belt, flannel and anything else to get you in the spirit for the sixth annual Wild Wild Willie’s event at Willie’s in downtown Columbia. People can head to Willie’s at 5 p.m. tonight to bring the wild west to mid-Missouri. For more information, visit FieldHouse on Instagram.  

Mizzou Tigers Taking on Middle Tennessee

Spend your weekend watching the Mizzou Tigers at Faurot Field. The Tigers are taking on Middle Tennessee at 6 p.m. Saturday. Tickets cost between $10-$55. If you want to celebrate beforehand, Zimmer Communications is hosting another Tiger Tailgate from 4-6 p.m. Pick up a free pass at any sponsor location, which you can find here. For […]

Ozark Mountain Biscuit & Bar’s Free Fest Replacing Treeline Fest

After the news of the Treeline Music Fest getting canceled, the Ozark Mountain Biscuit & Bar announced it was filling the void by changing the date for the Biscuits, Beats, and Brews: A Free Music Fest, to the same weekend, Sep. 29- Oct. 1. The family-friendly music festival is free and will feature a craft […]