Missouri’s Fashion History: Now On Display

A new exhibit featuring the 200-plus year evolution of Missouri style and the important role of its apparel industry is on display at the State Historical Society of Missouri Art Gallery now through the end of June in Columbia, Mo.


‘Exploring Missouri’s German Heritage’ Documentary Premieres

Exploring Missouri’s German Heritage, a documentary produced by Missouri Life Media, premieres on April 28 at Stone Hill Winery.


Missouri Life Q&A: The Good Steward

Bob Yapp bought his first house while he was still in high school and conveniently forgot to tell his parents about the purchase. He eventually confessed to his parents, and forgiveness came quickly when he told them about his $60,000 profit.


Think Small: All About Micro-Gardening

Experts agree it is important to incorporate Missouri native plants into whatever garden you tend, even if there isn’t room for an extravagant setup.


What’s up, St. Louis? Farmers markets, Wally’s, and pizza!

Warmer weather means St. Louisans will soon pack area farmers’ markets. Don’t feel like cooking? There’s a new pizzeria and a gas station with surprising food options open in Maplewood and Fenton, respectively.


April 5, 1921

On this date in Missouri history, the citizens of St. James elect the first female mayor in the state.