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September 2014

CoMo Cuisine, A to Z

A is for apple — in kindergarten. Then we grow up and realize there’s no need to be so predictable in our exploration of food. That’s especially true in Columbia, where a love of good food supports multiple farmers markets and…

Cultural Crossroads

Every morning Nabihah Maqbool puts on her right shoe first, then her left. She draws a thin line of dark blue eyeliner — a shade that matches the tips of her fingernails and complements her pants — on her right eye and then her left.…

Missouri Wine Trails

Photos courtesy of Missouri Wine & Grape Board Anyone can run to the store and pick up a bottle of wine, but to really get a feel for the vineyard experience, you should visit a winery or two — or a half-dozen or so. With 128…

A Bibliophile’s Dream

For anyone who loves books, Columbia has an impressive new enticement. Schilb Antiquarian, which opened in February at the corner of Providence Road and Walnut Street, gives visitors the chance to see, handle and purchase rare books…