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Somewhere in Time Gift Registry

Sometimes this season’s cool gifts are like ghosts of Christmas past. They are rarely seen, and yet they linger: a faux fur hat, orange size-12 knitted booties, a portable DVD player, and many other items cluttering the back of the hall closet. Giving great gifts means going beyond just what is “hot” this holiday season, which is both tricky and ... Read More »

Shop Around Springfield

Springfield Shopping

Holiday lights are twinkling in Missouri and people are searching for perfect gifts for their loved ones. Whether they begin their quest at Battlefield Mall or the mom-and-pop shops throughout the city, shoppers will find what they want in Springfield. Battlefield Mall features more than 150 retail shops filled with the latest fashions, home décor, gifts and more; wonderful restaurants; ... Read More »

Put Cape Girardeau on Your Shopping List

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Wonderful and unique, locally owned shops have put Cape Girardeau on the map as a top shopping destination in Missouri. Whether your list is comprised of gifts for loved ones or maybe just a few items you’ve been wanting for yourself, you will be sure to find everything you are looking for, and more. We have comprised a guide of ... Read More »

The District: A Columbia Shopping Wonderland

Shopping in The District is always a necessity in Columbia.

The first snow hasn’t fallen, but that doesn’t stop Columbia from getting dressed up for the holidays. For visitors who are hoping to check some gifts off their list, Columbia has some fantastic and unexpected ideas for anyone on your list.  Expect the Best Columbia shopping wouldn’t be the same if you didn’t go shopping in The District. It is always ... Read More »

New Experiences in Downtown Jefferson City

Jefferson City might just surprise you.

Living in a place your whole life can either be a great thing, meaning you know everything there is to know, or a bad thing because your view on the area is jaded by only knowing what you were taught. Having always lived in the Jefferson City area, I thought I knew it all, including where the best places to ... Read More »

The Weekend Guide to Farmington

Catch beautiful views while relaxing at Twin Oaks Vineyard and Winery. Photo courtesy of Tiffany Marler

With its prized wineries, multitude of outdoor recreation opportunities and proximity to state parks, Farmington has a lot going for it. Visitors can experience the exhilaration of a water slide, the beauty of a scenic hiking trail or the challenge of a unique golf course. In addition, a wide variety of stores and more than 400 hotel rooms provide shopping ... Read More »

Spring Capers in Cape Girardeau

Bridge at Spring

Cabin fever getting you down? Restless and need to get away? Make plans for a springtime getaway to Cape Girardeau. With excellent local shops found throughout Cape Girardeau, you’re sure to find treasures galore. Featuring local gift emporiums, home décor shops, specialty boutiques and a thriving antiquing district, Cape Girardeau is bursting with unique places to peruse; everyone will ask ... Read More »

Branson Offers Plenty of Winter Fun

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You want to take a trip to Branson, but it’s the middle of winter and most live performers are on their annual break. So, there’s nothing to do there, right? Wrong. Branson offers plenty of things to do year-round, even during the winter months when the majority of live shows are on hiatus. What can you do? Well, you could ... Read More »

Springfield Offers Shopping Options Galore

Christmas is only how many days away? That means it’s time to get busy… busy shopping, that is. When it comes to holiday shopping, look no further than Springfield, where you find well-known stores along with unique mom-and-pop shops to help you pile the presents under the tree. First stop is Battlefield Mall, where more than 150 retailers offer the ... Read More »

It’s Time to Think Christmas … Christmas Traditions, That Is!

Everyone knows all too well the temperatures have been hot, hot, hot across Missouri this summer. In St. Charles, we’re attempting to cool things down a bit with visions of the holidays. That’s right, by the time we kick off our annual Festival of the Little Hills event – Aug. 17-19 – the St. Charles Tourism Division will be primed ... Read More »