Tag Archives: Missouri

Exploring Missouri State Parks: St. Francois

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This post is one in a series of 52 posts featuring a Missouri State Park of the Week for each week in 2015. To find all Missouri State Parks of the Week posts simply click here, or visit the “Outdoor Adventure” category on the homepage. Happy exploring in 2015 and enjoy the show! Located off U.S. 67 south of the St. Louis …

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Missouri Eats: Cellar House Wine & Food

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Soon after Bottle Cellars wine shop opened in 2010, owner Patrick Ahearn noticed a common complaint from customers: There weren’t many restaurants or bars in Oakville, Missouri, serving the same quality wine selection as was available in his shop. In May, Ahearn solved the problem: He took over the space next to his retail store and opened Cellar House Wine …

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Missouri Eats: Randolfi’s Italian Kitchen

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Many St. Louisians were puzzled when restaurateur Mike Randolph announced plans to transform his University City restaurant, The Good Pie, into a more expansive Italian concept, Randolfi’s Italian Kitchen. The restaurant opened in August, still featuring the Neapolitan pizzas that earned The Good Pie acclaim, plus southern Italian dishes like duck confit gnocchi and housemade spaghetti alla chitarra, creamy burrata, …

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Missouri-Made Gifts for Everyone on Your List

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Christmas time is approaching quickly and as we all know, it starts earlier and earlier every year. “Christmas is the season of joy, of holiday greetings exchanged, of gift-giving, and of families united” – Norman Vincent Peale. Christmas symbolizes many things for many people, and is celebrated with tradition that varies from family to family. But what do you get …

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Enjoy the Outdoors on Black Friday

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After the leftovers have been put away and the shopping has been done, Missouri State Parks is inviting Missourians to spend time outdoors this Black Friday.  Missouri’s state parks and historic sites provide a great opportunity to unwind with family, get outside and explore history. In the spirit of offering unbeatable Black Friday deals, Missouri State Parks is sponsoring free …

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Exploring Missouri State Parks: Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial

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This post is one in a series of 52 posts featuring a Missouri State Park of the Week for each week in 2015. To find all Missouri State Parks of the Week posts simply click here, or visit the “Outdoor Adventure” category on the homepage. Happy exploring in 2015 and enjoy the show! When Babler Memorial State Park was founded in 1938, …

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Missouri Eats: Market House Cafe & Bake Shop

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Come hungry to Market House Cafe & Bake Shop, because the mini apple pies aren’t so mini. In fact, most of the pies, cakes, scones, cookies and cinnamon rolls are large enough to share – but who would want to do that? Owner Barbara Heinrichs-Hardy is the woman to thank for those oversized, sugary treats. She makes everything here from …

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Holiday Cheer in Missouri: Things to do in the Northeast Region

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The holidays are coming. And so is the family. What are you going to do? Show your Missouri spirit, of course, by taking them to some of the coolest, holiday-iest places in your neck of the woods! Across Missouri you find an abundance of places bursting with holiday spirit. And here’s the proof. Check out these five awesome sights to …

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Missouri Eats: Webster House

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A restored schoolhouse might not scream fine Southern cuisine, but that’s what you’ll find at Webster House. Executive chef Matt Arnold developed the menu from his time spent living and cooking in North Carolina. Arnold’s interest in Southern cuisine inspired some of the most popular menu items, made with locally sourced ingredients. Diners can find his favorites made-to-order on Webster …

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Missouri Winter Events 2015-16

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“Christmas… Christmastime is here. Time for toys and time for cheer.” (Admit it, you were singing along.) And when you put the Show-Me State on your holiday travel itinerary, you’ll find activities to make every day a time for cheer. We have music and lights, theatre and ballet (yes, of course you’ll find the Nutcracker), parades and arts and craft …

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