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Two 417 Magazine staffers hopped into a private four-seat plane and flew to the North Fork of the White River to learn how to fly fish and...
This light and refreshing take on a traditional margarita still packs that tequila punch.
Chef Wes Johnson returned to 417-land to take the helm at Metropolitan Farmer, the farm-to-table phenomenon once located at Farmers Park.
417 Magazine reviews the debut album of Bella Donna, a gypsy-jazz band in Springfield, Missouri.
The always-stylish pixie cut returns, and we talk with Monica Hopper at Milk.Honey Salon to get the scoop on how to pull off this stylish...
A delicious fundraiser features Girl Scout Cookies in a new way.
Working on a home remodel, or simply looking to refresh your space? Find the perfect new paint color for every room of the house with the...
We fall head over heels for this season’s hottest look that adds a pop of feminine charm to the classic Oxford shoe.
Our art director scoured local menus to find her very favorite no-meat, no-cheese, no-eggs, all-vegan-all-the-time dishes. They’re so good,...
Jesse Baedke gives us the jive on java. Do the potential health benefits of coffee live up to the hype?
February marks the middle of the 417-land winter, when it’s easy to let your wardrobe get weary. Our in-house style expert, Kaye Lee,...
Iguana Roja on the square in Ozark puts its own spin on everything from its tortilla chips to the sour mix in its tasty margaritas.
Locally made Humble Pies offer up a slice of homestyle goodness in every teeny tiny jar.
Absorbable stitches are old news. What about a bioreabsorbable stent that can help treat heart disease? This latest medical revolution...
A new line of bath and body products arrives on shelves at Modern Society.
Bringing Mediterranean flavors to downtown Bolivar, Main Street Mediterranean Cuisine offers flavorful fare at an affordable price.