Taco Potato Nachos


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June 8, 1923

The national dance marathon was narrowing down at the St. Louis Coliseum. Eighteen-year-old Hilda Johnson dropped out after 147 hours. She got a world record and $700. Three men…


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Roasted Tricolor Pepper Salad

This delicious recipe features cubed roasted tricolor peppers with tangy sesame dressing, arugula, and sesame seeds—perfect for summer!


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May 18, 1785

Birthday of Missouri's first Congressman, John Scott from Ste. Genevieve. A brilliant lawyer and debater, Mr. Scott did have a temper. One morning he challenged five different men…


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Show-Me Birdwatching: Where to Look & What to Look For

Last week we broke down the basics of birdwatching in Missouri. This week, we're back with a regional guide to species, and a helpful map that points out some natural areas worth…


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#DiscoveryGram With Matt Faupel

Missouri nature photographer Matt Faupel shares photographs from his tour through rugged hills and river prairies in the conservation areas of Northwestern Missouri.


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#DiscoveryGram With Rose Hansen

This week our DiscoveryGram photographer (and frequent Missouri Life contributor) Rose Hansen took us on a tour through the rural corners of our state.


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April 21, 1942

J.B. Shelton of Sulphur Springs caught a 200 pound gar and inside he found an antique pocket watch, a silver fork, and a silver spoon.


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Ste. Genevieve to Become a National Historic Park

Ste. Genevieve was established in 1735 by French-Canadian colonists. It was the first ever settlement by Europeans in Missouri.


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