Tag Archives: Missouri

4 Things to do to Avoid Being a Homebody When it’s Cold Out

It is late fall and the temperature has dropped significantly. Now, cold weather should not keep you trapped indoors all day; so below are four activities that are sure to warm up your day even if the weather isn’t. Spa day: Often times, cold weather makes your skin dry and itchy; what better time to rejuvenate your body with the ... Read More »

Mark it ‘$OLD!’ History Channel Pilot Filming in Lake of the Ozarks

From left, Missouri Division of Tourism Director Katie Steele Danner; Producer/Director Bonnie Brennan, Line Producer Bob Visty; and TV Personality Jann Carl.

Missouri has become known as a destination with diverse entertainment options and many live shows for every taste, genre and for all generations.  Yesterday, I found out about a new show in the making, and if all goes as planned, the world will soon enjoy this new production. I stopped in at Camdenton at the Lake of the Ozarks where ... Read More »

Homecoming 2010 – 99 Years of MU Tradition

Support the Missouri Tigers at Homecoming 2010.

M-I-Z-Z-O-U will be chanted loud and proud by thousands of students, faculty, fans and, of course, alumni this Saturday, Oct. 23 as the University of Missouri celebrates its 99th homecoming. In fact, the first homecoming was founded by the University of Missouri in 1911 to spark some excitement in the rivalry between Kansas and Missouri. Chester L. Brewer, who was ... Read More »

Fall Floats in Missouri

Take a float trip for some 'you' time

This is the perfect time of year for taking in the beautiful outdoor scenery while on a float trip.  One way to enjoy a float is by using a single-person float tube which is powered by the use of your legs and feet (some people even use a small motor).  A float tube is a large u-shaped tube with a ... Read More »

Attend MO State Archives Program, “Driving Across Missouri: A Guide to I-70”

Drivers speeding across Missouri on I-70 might not know what they are missing, but authors Ted Cable and LuAnn Cadden do.  According to them, untold attractions right along the highway between St. Louis and Kansas City await travelers in Missouri.  Driving Across Missouri is packed with fun-filled information, stories, and trivia that helps travelers look beyond the passing blur to ... Read More »

Show-Me State Games

“The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I’ll never be as good as a wall,” — Mitch Hedberg. I read that once and it has stuck with me over the years; a humbling acknowledgement about how my athletic prowess would never be anything used to describe me. I don’t dance like Isadora Duncan either; ... Read More »

Cupcake Discovery

Babycakes, Kansas City

I was very excited when I discovered The Cupcakery (soon to be called The Cup) in the Central West End of St. Louis. The sweet smell engulfs you before you even walk in the door. To walk inside and see such a great display of so many types of cupcakes can be overwhelming to a sweets-lover like me. I then ... Read More »

MACVB?

MACVB is a conference where CVBs come together to discuss Missouri tourism. And, Missouri tourism is ramping up for a summer of affordable vacation opportunities. Read on about how you can find Missouri on a screen near you. Read More »

I pick, you pick, we all pick at you-pick farms

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Peer pressure, it really is a good thing, at least at my age! My friends, who have kids, kept going on and on about this great little you-pick farm in Jamestown, Mo., and how I just had to take my son. I admit it, I gave into the peer pressure and took him, completely unsure of what I was getting ... Read More »

Around Missouri This Weekend

It’s a little bit later than usual (blame it on a hectic week) but here’s a look at some of the events set for this weekend around Missouri. All of these events are posted on www.VisitMO.com if you’d like to find more information. Here’s what’s happening: Ansel Adams: Masterworks Exhibit, (today-June 27), Crisp Museum, Cape Girardeau: This exhibit features photographs ... Read More »