Since its founding in 2005, "Inside Columbia" magazine has been inspiring spirited water-cooler chat with its coverage of all things new and noteworthy in the city. Photos of mid-Missouri day-trip destinations, colorful local shops, and besotted brides and grooms grace its glossy pages. Chefs share recipes for everything from bourbon cocktails to Peruvian ceviche, while restaurant profiles keep readers up-to-date on the city's culinary scene. Besides the magazine, "Inside Columbia" also hosts a wide range of events, from the College of Barbecue Knowledge to the annual Wine and Food Festival.
Chief among photographer Angelique’s loves in life is the art she produces behind a camera. Her work often takes her traveling to locations across Columbia, where she harnesses the natural light of the morning and evening to capture her subjects in vibrant color and classic black and white, with her own antique props in tow. A mother of four, it’s no coincidence that she specializes in family photography; among her specialties is capturing keepsake images of newborns and happy couples. Her work also encompasses portraits of high-school seniors bound for their first trials in the real world, such as convincing bouncers that they have diplomatic immunity.
Missouri Life enlightens residents and visitors with a bimonthly collection of bold photographs and insightful stories on the Show-Me State's most compelling attractions. Pages of history and culture help readers discover rich and vivid information on people and places in their community. Restaurant reviews and recipes allow cuisine connoisseurs to sample a full spectrum of Missouri flavors without having to lick all of its historical monuments along the way. Highlights on local artisans and manufacturers also help conscientious shoppers find quality goods and sustain the local economy.
Frameworks Gifts & Interiors offers a comfortable environment for perusing an eclectic collection of home décor and gift items to adorn homes and loved ones. Contain two-dimensional keepsakes with an assortment of image-incarcerating frames ranging from professional custom services and ready-made jpeg jails, such as a 4"x6" glass frame ($34.99) or an 11"x14" wood frame ($28.99). Aromatic candles and elegant floral arrangements complement chambers with fragrant accents, keeping bored noses from leaving faces to rifle through private perfume cabinets. The selection of exquisite tabletop items, including dinnerware, linens, glassware, and taxidermied Play-Doh sculptures, provides conversation-starting settings to fill barren countertop deserts. Frameworks also assembles branded accessories such as Vera Bradley patterned satchels and charmed baubles by Trollbeads along with a collection of small purses ($46), coin purses ($14), and other items to fill out incomplete outfits.
Experienced design consultant Katie Landes spruces up clients' windows with K Liz Interiors' collection of blinds and shades. During an in-home consultation, Landes hauls an array of fabrics, colors, and textures into abodes so dwellers can match the window treatments to existing pet golden retrievers. Though pricing varies depending on window size, a 32"x60" window could be cloaked in wood blinds ($135–$250), roman shades ($175–$335), roller shades ($69–$245), or energy-efficient cellular shades ($170–$340), which prevent a drain on heating and cooling systems and supply a convenient spot to jot down each resident's shower durations.
With both a print edition and an extensive collection of digital content, Boonville Daily News reaches the desktops and doorsteps of readers with thorough local news coverage, thoughtful editorials, and reporting on national events. Subscribers can plan their weekend with entertainment and lifestyle sections, and keep abreast of international, national, and state politics with breaking stories and in-depth commentary.