Tag Archives: Kirksville

Enjoy Live Music and BBQ at Round Barn Blues

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When my husband and I attend Round Barn Blues I think his favorite part is the amazing music while my favorite part is sitting under the trees on the lawn beside the famous Round Barn eating barbeque beef sandwiches. If you love live Blues music you will not want to miss the Round Barn Blues on September 20th  in Kirksville. For one ... Read More »

History Comes to Life in Kirksville at the Red, White and Blue Festival

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Would you like to meet Jesse Kirk, the man Kirksville is named after or perhaps Nancy Sloan Miller, the first pioneer woman born in Adair County?   Maybe you want to meet Corporal Harvey Dix, a young Union soldier killed in Kirksville during the Civil War or Private John Kent, a Confederate Soldier captured and killed in the Civil War Battle ... Read More »

Show-Me Horror Flicks: Movies That Have Missouri Connections

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It’s movie night. You want to make a Missouri-based choice, but aren’t sure exactly where to start. In the mood for old-school comedy? How about 1987’s “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” which features scenes in St. Louis. Or you could be looking for drama. Well, there’s that total buzz kill Jennifer Lawrence movie “Winter’s Bone,” shot in the Missouri Ozarks near ... Read More »

Missouri celebrates all things Irish

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“Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got a hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.” George Bernard Shaw Over the years, there is no day that makes me think of family and good ... Read More »