Meet Missouri Farmers Kalena and Billy Bruce

Meet some of the farmers raising the beef you eat right here in Missouri, plus, we share a recipe for slow-cooker shredded beef.


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…


#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…


Flyover Country: What You Need to Know About Birding in Missouri

As spring arrives, Missouri’s 1.1 million birders are pulling out their binoculars and their hiking shoes, ready to get back outdoors.


#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…


Sulphur Springs

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.


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.


Dizzy Dean

April 12, 1952

It was "Dizzy Dean Week" in St. Louis in celebration of the movie The Pride of St. Louis. Dizzy was in town for the week and said he didn't care if…


Find Out Why Two Missouri Distance Runners Choose Beef

Two Missouri distance runners from Rogersville love to cook with beef—find out why.


#DiscoveryGram With Evan Henningsen

Welcome to Missouri Life's #DiscoveryGram! Each week we select a photographer we love from around the state to share photos of their recent travels,…