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Your Guide to Missouri Coffee Roasters

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Coffee; the elixir of life, the start to every morning, the pick me up that you just couldn’t make it through the day without. To most people, coffee is not only a beverage, but an excitement that gives a feeling of energy to be harnessed from its liquid goodness. Coffee is, in and of itself, an experience. There is no denying that …

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Missouri Eats: Civil Kitchen & Tap

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When Trolley’s Park Central Pub in Downtown Springfield, Missouri, closed its doors earlier this year, it wasn’t clear what would take its place. The location was ideal, the space was huge, but restaurants haven’t always thrived at 107 Park Central Square. But as of October, Civil Kitchen & Tap has moved in, and thanks to a large beer selection, custom …

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Spend Time With Your Special Someone in Cape Girardeau

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Spending time with your special someone is so simple with a weekend away in Cape Girardeau devoted to just the two of you. Where to Stay Check into a hotel with all the amenities, or try something new with a night at a bed and breakfast!  Cape Girardeau has several unattended bed & breakfast properties if you’re looking for truly …

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Missouri Eats: Main & Mill Brewing Co.

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In his hometown of Festus, Missouri, brewing aficionado Denny Foster partnered with his father, Barry, to open up the first commercial brewery in Jefferson County in more than 120 years. Main & Mill Brewing Co., named for the renovated building’s intersection on the town’s historic Main Street, features a rustic dining room and patio as well as a second-story tasting …

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Enjoy the Show: 5 Theaters to Discover in Springfield

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Springfield, Missouri, is far removed from the glittering lights of Hollywood and New York City, so it may be the last place you think of as a thriving hub of theatrical activity. However, this city—the third largest in Missouri—has a rich theater history. Springfield has been the starting place for many acclaimed actors, including silent film actress Pearl White, of …

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The Perfect Formula for Romance in Hannibal

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They may not be as well-known as Einstein’s E=MC2, but we promise our formulas will be perfect for that special someone! We break it down below. Formula 1: V(C+J)=<3 Vacation including Chocolate and Jewelry = Romance! <3 An unexpected vacation to one of Hannibal, Missouri’s fine B&Bs, like the Dubach Inn, Reagan’s Queen Anne or the Belvedere Inn is a …

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Missouri Eats: Ollie’s Local

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At Ollie’s Local on Martini Corner in Kansas City’s Union Hill neighborhood, you’ll find a bar where everybody not only knows your name, but your drink, too. This self-proclaimed “bar-flavored bar” and restaurant is a collaboration between local restaurateur Eddie Crane and Vince Rook, who owns the building. The vibe is low-key but ripples with “can-do” American spirit, as friendly …

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Let It Snow in St. Louis

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Isn’t it thrilling when it snows?  There’s plenty to see and do, so don’t let the weather prevent you from enjoying the season in St. Louis. The City Museum is always a unique way to spend your time indoors. Not actually a museum, this wonderland was a shoe factory transformed into an artsy playground in a warehouse of recycled fun for the …

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Missouri Eats: The Homesteader Cafe

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Last fall, pastry chef Megan Kendall and her husband, chef Jeremy Lane, quietly opened their new restaurant, The Homesteader Cafe, in Downtown Kansas City, serving hearty, rustic dishes made with local, farm-fresh ingredients. The couple spent last summer renovating the former Arun Thai Place Grill themselves after their Kickstarter campaign wasn’t fully funded. Since then, they have managed to build …

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