Junior League of Springfield member Katie Moore steps into her new shoes as president and helps the JLS join forces with Habitat for Humanity.
He has chased down money for Wikipedia, headed up a fundraising campaign for John Kerry and even gotten under George W. Bush’s skin. Now he has settled in Crane, Missouri.
We invited ourselves into Chef Nicola Gilardi's home for a tour of the gourmet chef’s very own kitchen.
Downtown Springfield’s Scotch & Soda boasts a swanky atmosphere reminiscent of a 1920s-style bar.
After being shuttered for nearly seven years, the once-beloved Minerva Candy Company has opened its doors again in Webb City with the help of candy man Tom Hamsher.
Every month, we introduce you to one of the people who work on 417 Magazine. This month, meet Maria Gerasimchuk-Djordjevic.
Every month, we introduce you to one of the people who work on 417 Magazine. This month, meet Callie Henry.
James Martin, the new owner of Gilardi’s, is ready to turn the 417-land dining industry on its head—and it’s a vision 10 years in the making.
417-land native David Harrison is on a mission to help young children prepare to learn through prominent voices and fun books.
A coroner by day, Rick Stumpff spends his free time grabbing his water bottles and pedaling across the country on his high-wheel bicycle.