Back-to-School Discounts for Teachers

Downtown Kansas City is hosting its very own Teacher Appreciation Week from August 22-26, 2022.


Missouri Bicentennial Quilt on display in Kansas City

To honor Missouri’s 200 years of statehood, the State Historical Society, Missouri Star Quilt Company, and the Missouri State Quilters Guild teamed up to find quilters for each of the individual quilt blocks.


Unseating conventional thinking

Once seated on my loaner Soul Seat, I knew I needed to make a couple of adjustments to the height of the lower platform, as well as the upper one, also called “the perch.” After these quick customizations, I was ready to roll. Or not. 


GLOW ON: Artisans create neon masterpieces

Fossil Forge is one of the premier neon sign makers in the nation. A signature of Fossil Forge’s work is the attention to detail.


Chillicothe shop woos quilters and fabric artists

As the owner of The Salty Hippo in Chillicothe, Amy Jackson combines state of-the-art screen-printing equipment, top-drawer graphic design talent, and inspiration from Mother Nature. The resulting fabric designs, coveted by quilters and other fabric artists, cannot be found anywhere else in the world.


Artisan Cheese Festival Celebrates Missouri Cheesemakers

A country festival with skilled Missouri artisan cheesemakers as the main attraction is ready to begin a three-day run May 20-May 22 at McKelvey Vineyards at 8901 Highway YY near New Haven in Franklin County.


Dresses For Success

For dozens of young women in the Sikeston area, the prom experience begins in Leilani Smith’s garage.


Made in MO: Pop Art

A glowing pink popsicle highlights the new sign of an innovative dessert shop in downtown Branson. Since opening Mainstreet Pops (formerly Dreamsicle’s) in 2017, Brooke and Rodger Jones have cultivated a bright, energetic atmosphere with colorful decor that matches their festive frozen treats.


Soulful Serendipity: Missouri Made

People who view the glass as half empty might be tempted to dwell on the negative repercussions of the pandemic. But those who view the glass as half full, however—like clay artist Katie Simmon—know the pandemic didn’t forever change the world without a little serendipity, too.


Hope from Soap

he lack of opportunities after high school for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and the abundance of unhealthy skincare products in the United States are two issues close to sammysoap managing member Karen Copeland’s heart.