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Find Festive Fun This Fall in Columbia

Citizen Jane Film Festival in Columbia.

It’s hard to believe summer is already over, but the return of students, football games, tailgating and all things pumpkin-spiced have made it very apparent fall is back in Columbia. With shorter days, cooler weather and crunching leaves, it’s the perfect time of year to enjoy the great outdoors one last time before the real cold sets in. During fall ... Read More »

The Travel Effect: You Earned the Time, Take It

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It’s officially fall in Missouri and nothing is more comforting and relaxing than a pumpkin spice latte … during your five-minute break between meetings on a Monday morning, right? Sometimes you need a little longer than five minutes. And that hour lunch break? Yeah, it’s not cutting it. You need a vacation and you’re not alone. Recent research by the ... Read More »

Missouri Fall Festivals of 2014

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If your preference is the traditional harvest festival showcasing fall crops and farm equipment… If you love blues or jazz or traditional music… If fine arts or homey hand-made crafts thrill you… If your taste runs to, well, taste: wine, mead, beer and lots of wonderful things to eat… Show-Me State fall festival season will satisfy you, body and soul. Read More »

Fall Festivals of Missouri

Fischer Farms, Jefferson City

Autumn: crisp weather, colorful leaves, fall festivals.  Lots of fall festivals.  If you were to throw a dart at the state of Missouri, just about wherever it landed, you’d likely find a celebration of some kind.  But don’t let yourself be misled by a picture in your head: Show-Me State fall festivals come in all shapes, sizes, themes and flavors. ... Read More »

Not Quite Yet!

My calendar declares the season changed from summer to fall. While my thoughts begin to turn to warm soups, Halloween costumes and trying to remember a jacket, I’m not ready to give up on fresh tomatoes and homegrown zucchini – not just yet. Farmers across the state are still reaping vine-ripened treasures in their fields and gardens, and there is ... Read More »