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Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Grace Vance
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Q&A: Newport Jazz Festival: Now 60 tour comes to Missouri Theatre

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This year marks the  60th anniversary  of  the  world-renowned Newport Jazz Festival. Accordingly, the Newport Jazz Festival: Now 60 tour is making the rounds through

Trey Bistro emits downtown atmosphere

Brayden Parker
When spending time on Columbia’s Ninth St., people typically confine themselves to south of Broadway. The establishments most familiar to Columbians are visited continually as

Lakota Coffee Company

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[media url=”https://vimeo.com/59521226″ width=”640″ height=”360″] There’s a happily charming ambiance about Lakota Coffee Company. It’s been around for over 20 years, nestled in a row of brightly-painted store-fronts