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From the Stacks: 'Secret Lives of Color' is a real page-turner

Published Jun. 16 2019

Journalist Kassia St. Clair explores the range of human history through color in 75 stories about shades, hues, pigments and...

On Display: Daniel Fishback discusses waterscape painting

Published Jun. 16 2019

For artist Daniel Fishback, Plein Air painting is his favorite way to paint.He enjoys being outdoors and seeing the beauty...

Ask a Master Gardener: Some trees more tolerant of flooding

Published Jun. 16 2019

Q: My tomatoes in my raised beds are looking terrible (see photo). I can't understand what happened.

2019 Backyard Concert Series begins

Published Jun. 13 2019

The 2019 Backyard Concert Series at Jefferson Landing Historic Site starts its fourth annual summer-long festivities Saturday with "Hammers, Iron,...

Kaden Quinn meets ‘Hurdles’ in publishing first comic book

Published Jun. 13 2019

In high school, Kaden Quinn would often hear names mentioned and think how it could be developed into a comic...

Healthy Life: Vegan yogurts, the answer or not?

Published Jun. 12 2019

More and more people are shifting away from traditional dairy sources. The reasons are greatly varied.

Healthy Life: How to deal with emotional eating

Published Jun. 12 2019

Emotional eating is a common concern for a lot of people.It is often associated with eating "too much" or gaining...

2019 Capital READ book announced

Published Jun. 11 2019

The Missouri River Regional Library has selected "A Girl's Guide to Missiles: Growing Up in America's Secret Desert" by Karen...

On Display: Ginny Blankenship depicts her love of the earth through her art

Published Jun. 9 2019

The youngest of eight children born on a 160-acre farm in rural Missouri, artist Ginny Blankenship started her career at...

From the Stacks: 'Flight Behavior' weaves a unique story about love, needs and the planet's welfare

Published Jun. 9 2019

Dellarobia Turnbow needed a miracle.When an unexpected pregnancy during high school led to a sudden marriage into a family she...

Ask a Master Gardener: Worms in gooseberries, restoring garden plots and Japanese beetle comeback

Published Jun. 9 2019

Q: I get these green worms inside my gooseberries every year. How do I control them? I picked them all...

Broadway readies for biggest audience of the year at Tonys

Published Jun. 9 2019

NEW YORK (AP) — It's only 10 a.m. but Broadway star Alex Brightman is already sweating.The actor, who plays the...

Jefferson City tornado victim reunited with family pictures

Published Jun. 9 2019

Brenda Engelbrecht and her husband had a storage unit at Donnie Braun and Sons Storage off U.S. 54 filled with...

Cauliflower burgers bursting with flavor

Published Jun. 8 2019

These North African-inspired cauliflower burgers are bursting with complex flavor, and we love the contrast between their creamy, nutty interiors...

A one-pot Swiss chard dish that’s hearty and flavorful

Published Jun. 8 2019

This quick one-pot approach to cooking Swiss chard results in a hearty, flavorful and versatile side dish.

FDA food sampling finds contamination by ‘forever chemicals’

Published Jun. 8 2019

WASHINGTON (AP) — Food and Drug Administration sampling has found nonstick compounds called “forever chemicals” in some foods.

Traditional tandoori chicken at home

Published Jun. 8 2019

Traditional tandoori chicken is marinated in yogurt and spices and roasted in a superhot tandoor oven to produce tender, flavorful...

'Any theme will do' at Short Attention Span Theatre

Published Jun. 6 2019

From bickering dance moms and a couple meeting while waiting for a city bus to investigating a haunted house and...

Vote JC Tea Town USA to help Capital City Productions

Published Jun. 6 2019

Communities housing McAlister's more than 450 neighborhood restaurants can vote for their city to be the next Tea Town, with...

Heisinger Bluffs tells residents: 'You Got the Beat'

Published Jun. 2 2019

Vera Backman, Dee Morarity and Susie Jones scanned two long rows of chairs in a large dining area of Heisinger...

From the Stacks: A sweeping adventure leaves readers 'Sleepless' in this graphic novel

Published Jun. 2 2019

I'm beginning to feel like I write only about graphic novels these days, and I do not apologize for it.

Ask a Master Gardener: Storm damaged trees, fescue lawn concerns and herbicide damage

Published Jun. 2 2019

Q: Is this damage from the herbicide glyphosate (aka Roundup)? Will it come out of it? I just don't see...

On Display: Meet award-winning photographer Faith Bemiss

Published Jun. 2 2019

This week's featured artist is photographer Faith Bemis. An award-winning photographer, Faith Bemiss, of Sedalia, began her career in 1994...