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Lakeside Maximalism
June 25, 2020  •  By Mary Kate Hafner
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Creativity in Crisis
June 25, 2020  •  By Rebecca Rademan
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Arts & Culture
Five Peas in a Pod
June 25, 2020  •  By Sydney Turner
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Humans You Should Know
June 25, 2020  •  By Jefferson City Magazine Staff
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Island Vibes
June 25, 2020  •  By Jessica Vaugh Martin
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Jefferson City Magazine strives to inform our readers of the people, businesses, and nonprofit organizations that make our community great. We guide our readers through the culture of Jefferson City’s tradition, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy by showcasing our community at home, at work, and at ease.


The Good Life
This year, we celebrated 37 years of marriage, and one of the things that hasn’t changed over the years is the enjoyment we...
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Town Talk
Jefferson City is a beautiful community inside and out. We often think about the capitol, the stunning architecture and historic buildings, the vast...
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Money Talk
Say that five times fast. You can’t do it. Here’s how people keep this city running. My first few articles with the magazine...
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Business Profile
With small plates, good wine, and a one-of-a-kind view, Vines on Broadway makes for a cozy summer destination located right in our own...
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Health
Phase two of surviving cancer. A cancer diagnosis at 27 isn’t something you think will ever happen to you. I was blindsided when...
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Feature
JC locals discuss how good communication provides them with more meaningful relationships. When you were a child, your social skills may have been...
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Pay It Forward
HALO offers a hand of hope to children who need it the most.Most people in Jefferson City know about HALO or have...
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Ask A Designer
Melanie Carver, of Mid-City Lumber, tells you how you can design your room around a favorite piece of art. When you’re renovating a...
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Gather Round
JC Human Relations Commission Chairman Mitchell W. Woodrum breaks down the city’s Municipality Equality Index. The conversation started with a late-nightphone call from...
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Get Together
Jefferson City is stepping up its pickleball game. It wasn’t that long ago, while driving past Lincoln University’s old tennis courts, you would...
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