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May 7, 2016

Bonjour, Brasserie!

Columbia has always had a Paris Road, but that’s about as close to the magical City of Lights as we come. Well start rejoicing, Francophiles, and brush up on your français while you’re at it — there’s a new restaurant in town that can…

The Quest

Carol Ward has built a career searching for the key to understanding humankind. The director of anatomical sciences at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, is among the world’s eminent paleoanthropologists whose research is…

Brews & Q

Beer and barbecue are American staples. Both continue to evolve, offering greater variety for devotees of smoked meats and fermented brews alike. So what’s new on the beer front to enhance your summer BBQ experience? If you love the…

We’ll Always Have Paris

Amid the hoopla of the American bicentennial celebration in 1976, a British wine merchant in Paris had a novel idea: a face-off between the finest French wines and those upstart newbies in California. Hoping to generate publicity for his…

For The Love Of Smoke

Whatever you call it, however you spell it — barbecue, barbeque, BBQ, Bar-B-Q, Bar-B-Que, barbie or braai — there’s one constant: “Barbecue is probably the world’s oldest cooking method, and that is the only thing about it that is beyond…