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Jennifer Truesdale

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The Music Maker

When St. Louis native Jason Schrick, 41, moved to Columbia 13 years ago, he didn’t…

This Isn’t HGTV

The City’s Home Rehab and Energy Efficiency program is here to help homeowners make needed repairs.

Making Room

In many ways, 2020 was the year of adaptation. As COVID-19 forced many of us…

The Road to Stardom

Halle Kearns performs with such effortlessness and passion that you’d never guess the self-made country…

Building Dreams

Randy Cole, Eric Morrison, and Steve Smith talk about Job Point

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Caring for Aging Parent

If you are caring for an aging parent, or expect the need to do so in the future, there are several questions you need to ask yourself.

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Faith In Community

One of the many perks of living in a college town like Columbia is the great diversity — diversity in food, culture, music, and religion. The yearly influx of professors, doctors, and students from every part of the world makes it possible for many faith traditions to thrive in Columbia, from Ba’hai to Hinduism to Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and beyond. This rich tapestry of faith makes Columbia a global community that offers open doors to anyone who is looking for them.

The Road to Refuge

According to the United Nations, 79.5 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide by the end…

Clovers Natural Market Thrives During the Pandemic

How the local natural market has operated successfully amid the COVID-19 pandemic while keeping employees and customers safe.

A Home for the Homeless

Turning Point Day Center works to provide critical services to those experiencing homelessness.

Working Together to Fill a Job Gap

Stephens College and Boone Hospital Center form a partnership to pioneer a new course in nursing.

On the Road Again

The COMO magazine staff shares their favorite nearby weekend getaways where they unplug and unwind.