Jesse James was definitely influenced by events of the Civil War. My mother, niece & I got to see where he was born & learned much more about him as well as the times in which he lived & died.
The Kansas City Renaissance Festival is a fun festival that has been around for more than 35 years. Experience the comedy, music, artisans, and entertainment of the 16th century.
If you live in Kansas City or you travel there, you will learn soon enough that it is assuredly the "City of Fountains." Whether you're at the Country Club Plaza or taking a drive down a boulevard, you won't miss...
Thanks to a good friend, my mother & I got to see the historic & gorgeous Missouri Botanical Garden which an Englishman who had come to America created & left as his legacy. Photos & videos!
Do you remember the top selling songs like "Roses are Red". "Mr. Lonely" and "Sealed with a Kiss" as I do? Visiting Bobby Vinton's theatre in Branson and getting to hear him sing these songs in person was a treat!
My mother & I laughed so much at the Russian comedian Yakov Smirnoff in his theatre that we thought our sides would burst!
Dozens of pleasant and exciting attractions line US Route 40, the National Road through Missouri as it heads East and West to both ocean coasts. Many of the best fun things tio see in the 50s and 60s are gone, but new...
Branson, Missouri was proclaimed "the live music capital" of the world by the "CBS 60 Minutes" news magazine, yet it still doesn't always get the respect it deserves. I''m here to set the record straight and tell you...
St. Louis is a beautiful community with many activities to do year round, even when it is cold out. There is something for everyone.
Thanks to our friend Mary we got to see the magnificent Clydesdale horses + where President Ulysses S. Grant hand built his log cabin in days of old. These 281 acres are open & free to the public!