December 25, 1934

About 68,000 Depression Era poor were fed a free Christmas meal at the Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis.


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December 15, 1912

Tony Jannus made a historic trip on this date. He became the first person to deliver beer by airplane. He flew the bubbly cargo from St. Louis to the Mayor of New Orleans.


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Experiences You Can Gift: Cheese, Soap, and Lotion Making

Sandi and Keith Bentz keep 22 head of Texas Longhorn cattle at Heaven on Earth Ranch, where they offer classes such as cheese making.


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November 23, 1867

It was reported that New Yorkers in Kansas City hotels were hoping to eat some buffalo meat. One hotel restaurant served them roast pork and, thinking it was buffalo, they went…


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4 Fall Pie Destinations

Sink your teeth into these sweet treats from around the state.


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November 10, 1911

A flock of 200 turkeys were driven into Mountain Grove by G. W. Pool and one or two helpers. They were raised on Mr. Pool's place near Manes, 23 or 24 miles away.


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Wonders of Wildlife by the Numbers

Springfield just got a little wilder. The Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium opened on September 21. We’re impressed by the sheer size of this place, so we’ll let the…


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After Twenty Five Years the Haygoods Are Still in Tune

They say the family that plays together stays together. For the past quarter century, the Haygoods have been living that adage while delighting thousands in Branson.


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5 Best-Kept Secret Restaurants

It has happened to all of us: On the road, exploring new places, boldly going where we’ve never gone before, and we see something new. Something different. Something that makes…


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Discovering Amish Country

Tour a simple life at six Amish Communities


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