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10 Fall Festivities in Missouri’s State Capital

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After months of sizzling temperatures we happily welcome the brisk chill in the air, leaves changing color and the scent of all things pumpkin – all exciting signs of the fun activities fall brings. Whether cozying up for a hayride, admiring fall foliage or attending a festival, you’ll find lots of exciting fall festivities in Jefferson City! Here are the …

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That First Sikeston Rodeo Experience

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My husband and I are the proud grandparents of a 4-year-old.  She lives in a Missouri metroarea, and like many grandparents, we want her to experience the natural beauty and diversity found throughout Missouri.  Each year we plan a special trip showcasing a unique “Missouri” experience.  Last year we attended the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo and participated in their Rodeo …

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Live in St. Louis: A Diverse, Arch-Sized Music Scene

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In any given week in St. Louis, there are up to 300 chances to treat your ears to some phenomenal musicianship. Whether it’s Stevie Ray Vaughn-esque shredding in the Soulard neighborhood, cool vocal stylings at a hip suburban bistro, or the joyful jamming of a Grateful Dead tribute band in the Loop, the live music scene is rocking visitors and …

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Enjoy the Show: Kansas City Live Theaters

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Experience the city’s vibrant performing arts culture in these favorite local venues Kansas City’s performing arts venues are as diverse and captivating as the performances they host. Whether you’re in the mood for a touring Broadway musical, a family-friendly performance or a quirkier creation from a local playwright, you’ll find all of these—and more—in the city’s performance spaces. We’ve compiled …

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Veterans Day in Pulaski County USA

There’s no better place to spend Veterans Day than alongside your veterans in Pulaski County USA, Home of Fort Leonard Wood. But first, how did Veterans Day come to be?  Your history lesson, courtesy of the Department of Veterans Affairs Website: The Treaty of Versailles officially ended World War I (“The Great War”) on June 28, 1919, even though fighting …

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