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Strumming along: Ukulele club forms; local interest grows (09/02/14)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- A group of area residents have banded together for their love of the ukulele. The small four-stringed guitar of Hawaiian origin has interested so many local residents, the Last Tuesday Ukulele Club was created in Sikeston. The club, which meets monthly, makes time for attendees to listen, play -- and learn how to play...
5 free things to do in Kansas City (09/02/14)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The venerated barbecue that's put Kansas City on so many maps may not be available free of charge, but the city does have other entertainment options that don't require money -- or sauce. There's even one venue where you can walk out with a free bag of U.S. currency...
Eat your heart out: A preview of tasty treats available at the SEMO District Fair (09/02/14)
State fair cuisine remains unmatched in terms of novelty, decadence and downright practicality. Fair season brings with it a handful of culinary delights that we look forward to the rest of the year, and Wes Campbell, director of outdoor concessions at the SEMO District Fair, promises this year will be no exception...
Top 10 must-sees of the 2014 SEMO District Fair (09/02/14)
10 Jeremy Camp 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, at the Grandstand Grammy-nominated contemporary Christian artist Jeremy Camp plays uplifting gospel music with a rock influence. 9 Cross-Cut Saw Competition 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, at the Antique Tractor Display Area...
Hit snooze: How to get a good night's rest when your partner keeps you awake (09/02/14)
Tossing, turning, snoring, thrashing, blanket yanking -- it's amazing anybody who shares a bed ever gets any sleep. If your loved one is keeping you up, you're definitely not alone. According to a recent survey, 37 percent of cohabitants have considered sleeping in a separate room from their partners to get a better night's sleep -- 40 percent of women and 35 percent of men...