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Heritage Hills Golf Course stretches over gently rolling hillocks with frequent water hazards in the form of several lakes and a stream that comes into play on 10 holes. Players send their shots soaring down zoysia fairways in pursuit of a parking spot on bentgrass greens, which roll true thanks to meticulous upkeep and daily lie-detector tests by the expert grounds crew. During play, golfers can summon refreshments from the beverage cart, and after rounds, they can head to the newly constructed clubhouse for drinks at the full-service bar.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 70 course
  • Total length of 6,236 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 69.7 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 116 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard

4092 Highway Jj
Moberly,
MO
US

Cars line up at the drive-thru window, where instead of bags of burgers and fries, staffers hand over bundles of glossy personal photos. Inside Creative Photo & Digital Imaging, digital techs convert media such as VHS tapes, records, and reels to DVD and CD, while across the store, photo experts transfer snaps onto album prints, museum-grade canvas wraps, and gifts such as coffee mugs and puzzles. Heirloom family portraits, ravaged by rips and sun damage, doff their imperfections in the photo-restoration lab, and an onsite portrait studio captures clans as they update their sweater sets through the years. Creative Photo & Digital Imaging also hosts photography classes on subjects from how to take better pictures on camera phones to the intricacies of digital SLR cameras.

2201 Old 63 S
Columbia,
MO
US

Though shoji screens, wall-mounted Japanese fans, and natural-wood tones lend a calming simplicity to the decor, Geisha Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar doesn't lack for spectacle. At hibachi stations, chefs entertain diners with witty banter and flashy knife skills as they sear orders of filet mignon, scallops, or lobster tail on the tables' hot-grill surfaces. Behind a wooden bar, sushi chefs adopt a more reserved stance, quietly accessorizing maki with premium ingredients, including shitake mushrooms, spicy sesame oil, and pickled radish.

804 Locust St
Columbia,
MO
US

Mustard Seed Fair Trade connects locals with artisans from across the globe via a rotating stock of handmade decorations, accessories, and jewelry. Wee ones can slip paws into a pair of kids’ gloves ($8), a purchase that supports Bolivian knitters and complimentary haircuts for alpacas. Delhite artists enhance earlobes with pairs of chandelier earrings ($10), and necks are draped with an alpaca and silk shawl ($25). Ceramic bird whistles ($8) from Ecuador can be used to decorate soundscapes with cheerful tweeting.

25 S 9th St
Columbia,
MO
US

10601 S Hardwick Ln
Columbia,
MO
US

Sprawling over 1 1/2 acres of fenced-in land, South Paw Acres takes care of canine companions with climate-controlled, cage-free indoor play areas, comfy beds, a plethora of toys, and an on-call veterinarian. A dedicated dog-sitter monitors all playgroups, which are grouped according to tail-waggers’ size, temperaments, and Forbes 100 listings. South Paw Acres boards no more than 10 dogs at a time, ensuring that every pup receives a high level of interaction and affection. After romping around the pooch playground, outfitted with a refreshing pond and tree-shaded lounge areas, furry friends can listen to soothing music and watch animal-centric television shows while awaiting the return of their owners. All canines must be more than 4 months old and have updated vaccination records, be spayed or neutered, and have the ability to tie their own shoes.

5550 W Gillespie Bridge Rd
Columbia,
MO
US