Inside Columbia
Your Guide To Living, Working & Having Fun In Columbia

Rise & Dine

Columbia’s lunch and dinner places may be the eateries that get the most recognition in town but — well-known chefs and handcrafted beer notwithstanding — breakfast in CoMo is an epicurean delight. Whether your tastes run to…

Eat Up 30 CoMo Foods

The delicious food options in this city are endless, but some CoMo culinary concoctions show up on everyone’s list of must-haves. We went in search of a definitive list, talking to frequent diners, restaurant owners, chefs, college students…

A Q&A With The Unicycle Guy

If you’ve been downtown recently, you’ve probably seen Christopher Lee Shatlain, aka The Unicycle Guy. The 20-year-old Texas native and his 9-foot-tall unicycle have caused quite a bit of buzz around town and online. “People are impressed…

Picnics With Purpose

With summer on its way in and college kids on their way out, Columbia gets a mellow makeover in May. A picnic is a relaxing and fun way to get your summer started, whether you’re courting a new love or looking for an action-packed afternoon…

Eats & Arts

Last year was a year of transformation for Columbia’s Wabash Station. For four hours every Sunday, June through October, the historic building became the North Village Arts District Farmers & Artisans Market, a small gathering of local…

Best of Columbia 2012

It’s the most anticipated announcement since football prodigy Dorial Green-Beckham donned a Mizzou hat. It’s this year’s Best of Columbia list and you made it happen, Columbia. It all started in November, when thousands of you made…

Tellers Continues To Be A Columbia Favorite

When restaurant veterans Robin Ayers and Deb Rust saw the perfect downtown location at 820 E. Broadway, they knew they wanted to start their own restaurant. “The spot was open and it was a little bit of the right space at the right time,”…