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The smell of sweat and ruin in Buenos Aires

Transporting gymnastics to kids, even on their bad days

Hi-ho, HyVee

Buses, binge drinking and bodily fluids don’t mix unless they’re on a dress-shirt

A middle class Kia driver’s argument for city buses

Sitting in plain sight

From Paris with delays

Right On track(s)

Editor's Letter: My bus story

Turns out, everyone has a bus story. Vox’s feature this week explores the bus a as witness, as a harbor of secrets. In that moment, the bus to me was both a culprit and savior.

Breaking ground on Fulton’s first mountain bike path

Although Columbia residents have access to a fair number of trails close by, Sarah Ashman of Walt’s Bike Shop thinks the new trail will be a welcome addition to the local mountain biking scene. “I think the more trail access the better,” Ashman says. “I think if something is really close to where you are, you’re a lot more likely to use it.”

Eat This: House of Chow’s Pork Belly Gua Bao Mini Sliders

House of Chow's Pork Belly Gua Bao Mini Slider features crushed peanuts, pickled mustard greens and braised pork belly under a cilantro garnish.

Columbia's new boutique hotel shines

The boutique hotel, which held its grand opening on April 3, is home to the work of eight Missouri artists who created art to specifically reflect Columbia. Murals, canvases and sculptures come together to quite literally paint a picture of the community.

Drink This: The Roof's Brazilian Bee

Welcome spring with this spring offering from The Roof. Bee excited, bee very excited.

Dan Tedesco brings solo set to Blue Note

Dan Tedesco’s minimalist style makes him the ultimate one-man folk act.

California's Local Natives go national

Californian indie-rock band Local Natives may have become darlings of the rock community, but behind the lush soundscapes of mandolin and soaring harmonies lurks an emotional darkness.

Movie review: Transcendence

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Movie review: Under the Skin

(Web Exclusive) Under the Skin is a study in humanity. It begs the question "what makes us who we are?" without ever actually asking.

Columbia runners return to 2014 Boston Marathon

After last year’s bombings, the 2014 Boston Marathon is the second largest in the race’s history.

Read This: Cubed

In his new book Cubed, Nikil Saval creates a witty overview to examine the past, present and future of the work environment.

Q&A: Laura McHugh

The writer behind the Missouri-inspired epic, The Weight of Blood.