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April 5, 2018

“The Bad Break”

The path to literary success rarely follows a straight line. That was the case for mystery novelist Jill Orr. After getting her bachelor’s degree in journalism at the University of Missouri, Orr worked in advertising. Eventually she went…

Strength In Numbers

Founded in 2015, ForColumbia has a simple mission: Bring Columbia Christians together to share God’s love by serving their community. “As Christians, we’re called to love and serve our neighbors,” Shelly Mayer, director of ForColumbia,…

Salmon Simplified

Let's face it, life is crazy busy. We have jobs, families, friends, pets and a plethora of other activities to keep us busy. Sometimes you just want to take it easy and throw together a bright and fresh dinner to lighten the load. This…

Dinner and Dessert

Poke bowls and rolled ice cream are the focus of a new restaurant on Broadway called A Little More, a new Asian cuisine restaurant nestled between Slackers and U.S. Bank. “It’s very DIY-style for a sushi restaurant,” says owner Jay…

Mirage Or Paradise

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with a gastrointestinal disorder, celiac disease, or have been following social media accounts that claim going gluten-free is a magic pill for weight loss, the pros and cons of a gluten-free diet vary.…