Made in MO: Handmade Leather Boots

St. Louis man designs bespoke leather boots for the discerning customer.


How a Holden Dairy Farm Found its Niche

This dairy farm found sweet success after the owner, Janet Smith, took it over and made some changes and creating new products.


The Story Behind General Douglas MacArthur’s Legendary Missouri-Made Pipe

Here's how the Missouri Meerschaum company ended up being commissioned to create a custom pipe for one of America's most legendary generals.


Get to Know Our State’s Sparkling Wines

Doug believes there is a popular misconception that Missouri sparkling wines are always sweet—not to say there is anything wrong with a sweet wine. “There is an unfortunate view, usually held by people who are less informed, that sweet wines are less serious than dry wines,” he says.


Herbaria Makes Natural Soap, Shampoo, & Insect Repellent in St. Louis

In Ken Gilberg’s line of work, he gets on his soapbox daily. He loves to speak out about Herbaria, his St. Louis-based company’s all-natural, vegetable-based soaps, deodorants, bath bombs, bath salts, moisturizers, aftershaves, insect repellents, and gifts.


Get Familiar With Wood Products Made From Native Trees

Fresh from the family farm, Cedar Creek Hardwoods is bringing the beauty of Missouri native wood to those who want to capture that Show-Me style in their own personal way.


Meet One of the World’s Last Calliope Builders

“It’s safe to say we’re the only company in the world that builds calliopes,” says Dan, the denim-clad owner of Miner Company LLC, a one-man operation set amid the rolling, green prairies east of Kirksville.