An Aura of Her Own

With an aesthetic that's equal parts Mick Jagger and Monticello, Kansas City-based interior designer Kelee Katillac has made an international name for herself as a creative force with a bold vision for historic preservation projects.


Kansas City Royals Play Their First Game: April 8, 1969

The Kansas City Royals played their first game in team history on this date.


Tea for the Governor’s Mansion

Hosted by the Friends of the Governor's Mansion, this elegant royal tea raises funds for the upkeep of the historic home's interior. Come for the petit fours, leave knowing you'll have played a role in preserving Missouri's history.


Go Wild! Grow Native!

If you love gardening, you’ll love this plant sale, where five vendors will share all the reasons to prefer native plants, which are easier to care for and better for songbirds, pollinators, and the planet. Meet the native plant growers here.


The Next Little Bosnians

The city’s Bevo Mill neighborhood became a nexus of Bosnian food and culture. Now home to around fifty-thousand Bosnian-Americans, St. Louis likes to tout itself as having the highest percentage of Bosnians outside of Bosnia.


Adventures to Get You On The Move

As you reemerge from your winter shelter to greet spring, you’ll find exciting changes and challenges afoot. And when those April showers arrive, settle in for some adventures just waiting to be rediscovered.


Take Off On An Impromptu Adventure

It is time to shake off the winter blues. We found four great places to go see on your “Winter Thaw” adventure. From St. Louis, to Springfield, to St. Charles, you will want to hit the road and leave Old Man Winter behind.


Meet the Doctor Who is also a Donkey Rescuer

When Dr. Beth Hakala isn’t busy tending to patients in the ER, she is at her Peaceful Pastures farm, caring for the 300 donkeys, mules, and horses she has rescued. Find out what sparked Beth’s passion for donkeys and learn how you can help.