Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Billy Higgins

Missouri Hellraisers: Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Explore the raucous and ramblin’ past of one of Missouri’s most famous musical acts, the Ozark Mountain Daredevils.

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Harper's Weekly

Battlefield Angels

During the Civil War, nearly seven hundred Catholic sisters from twenty-two orders provided service. They ran schools and hospitals, nursing soldiers from both sides back to health. more »

Apr 23, 2014 by in Life

Blues-rock band Don’t Mind Dying began in 2008. The
band performed at the 2012 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival in Columbia and is currently working on an album of original music.

Courtesy of Don't Mind Dying

Don't Mind Dying

Columbia band Don't Mind Dying plays its songs with technical precision and massive, earth-shaking force more »

Apr 21, 2014 by in Life

Abandoned Barn

Courtesy of Karl Timmerman

Missouri Artist: Karl Timmerman

It’s easy to feel transported to another world as you gaze at photographer Karl Timmerman’s work. See for yourself. more »

Apr 10, 2014 in Art

Courtesy of K. Hall Designs

Made In Missouri: K. Hall Designs

Kelley Hall-Barr, co-owner of K. Hall Designs alongside her husband, John Barr, has a nose for fragrance. She started a career as a fragrance buyer and discovered the industry could use some inspiration. more »

Apr 7, 2014 by in Made in MO

Courtesy of Craiglow’s River Delivery

Delivery on the River

He’ll deliver anything—well, except babies. That is Jon Craiglow’s promise to his customers. more »

Apr 4, 2014 by in Life

Visitors can get up close to these recreated artifacts from the tomb of King Tut.

Courtesy Rainer Christian Kurzeder and Union Station

King Tut's Stop in Kansas City

Starting April 4, you can explore the depths of King Tut's tomb in Union Station in Kansas City. more »

Apr 2, 2014 in Life

Owners John and Marina Bakes

Courtesy of Circle B Ranch

Made In Missouri: Marina’s Meatballs

Not many people looking to change careers think of pigs. But when John and Marina Backes left New Jersey in 2009, hog farming was exactly what they wanted to do. more »

Mar 31, 2014 by in Made in MO

Lincoln's Missouri Girlfriends

Illinois might be the Land of Lincoln, but Missouri is the land of Lincoln’s girlfriends. Three of them—a plantation belle, a small-town teenager, and an urban aristocrat—all had connections to Missouri. more »

Mar 26, 2014 by in Life


Disputed Population Center

For the US population center, the point at which you could stick a finger under a map and the weight of the country’s entire population would perfectly balance, the Census Bureau would point to Plato, a small town in Texas County, Missouri. more »

Mar 25, 2014 in Life

Noppadol Paothong spent ten years documenting the
habits and mating rituals of prairie grouse. Today, he is a staff photographer for the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Courtesy of Noppadol Paothong

Saving The Last Dance

Noppadol Paothong put ten years in researching and photographing the Native-American grassland grouse, and now his work is showcased in a book with text writer Joel Vance. more »

Mar 20, 2014 by in Life

Missouri Artist

Courtesy of Andrew Barton

Missouri must inspiring because our state as an abundance of ingenious and creative artists who work with all mediums.

Made in Missouri

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So many cool things are made in Missouri. Check out these food products made throughout the Show-Me state.


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