September Book Reviews

A new guide featuring species native to the Midwest makes an essential addition to the gardener’s library.

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O America: Discovery in a New Land

William Least Heat-Moon’s new novel explores the American interior in every sense of the word.

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The Hyperloop in Missouri

Could a hyperloop change our transit landscape?

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Book Review: Steamboat Disasters of the Lower Missouri River

A new book details the grim challenges of steamboat navigation along the lower Missouri River.

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Book Review: Great River City

A new coffee table book looks beneath the surface of St. Louis’s river history

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Speakeasies Around the State

Five Prohibition-style speakeasies serve classic cocktails while recreating the past.

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Book Review: Midwest Architecture Journeys

A new title from Belt Publishing explores the architecture of the region.

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Book Review: Prairie Wildflowers

Prairie Wildflowers provides a companion on journeys through Missouri’s grasslands and beyond.

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An Ozark Anthology

The Literature of the Ozarks: An Anthology

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Backpacking Bell Mountain

Bell Mountain offers a 12-mile loop with 1,683 feet of elevation change, respectable for the Midwest. Bell Mountain also offers something that you can’t get anywhere else in the…

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