417-land’s FYI Guy rose to fame after getting his start crafting as a kid with his grandma. Now, he hosts a nationally syndicated show and is a local celebrity among home improvement lovers...
On this page, we introduce you to one of the people who help make 417 Magazine happen. This month, meet 27-year-old Editorial and Art Assistant Vivian Wheeler.
The woman who creates the wardrobe for the Radio City Rockettes lives in Branson during her off-season, making costumes for 417-land out of her little basement shop.
A nurse-turned-inventor created a clinical-strength rehydration drink that’s available over the counter. Bonus: It’s a killer hangover cure.
This month, meet 22-year-old Marketing and Events Assistant Tana Aguas.
Inspired by a love for the kitchen and making people happy, 17-year-old chef Adam DeBacker has owned Truffles E Truffles for seven years, rolling more than 20,000 pieces of chocolaty goodness for...
An occupational therapist uses nearly two decades of expertise to create a book that can give every parent the tools they need to help their kids thrive both in school and out.
With artistic skills that lend themselves to large-scale fabrication, Nicholas Tarr leads the way as art director for one of the region’s biggest music festivals: Wakarusa.
On this page, we introduce you to people who help make 417 Magazine happen. This month, meet our art director, 30-year-old Heather Kane.
Skill and serendipity led this lifelong artist from small-town schools with no art education to a job creating character sculptures for Disney and Pixar.