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    A giant, curved LED screen creates the illusion of an underwater scene in the main lobby of the St. Louis Aquarium.
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    Rye whiskey is made in a fermenter at J. Rieger & Company distillery in Kansas City.
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    Vintage Mustangs line Jefferson City's High Street during Shelbyfest.
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    Bothwell Lodge provides a scenic view of the expansive forest outside Sedalia.
FEATURES
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UNDER THE SEA
by JIM WINNERMAN
Once one of the busiest train stations in the country, Union Station in St. Louis is now home to a sprawling interactive aquarium and entertainment complex that is sure to thrill both young and old.
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FAMILY SPIRITS
by GARY ELLISON
A 19th century Kansas City distillery once again breathes life into the the city’s East Bottoms thanks to the founder’s great-great-great-grandson.
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SEDALIA'S CASTLE
by JIM WINNERMAN
A country retreat outside Sedalia has overlooked the surrounding forest for more than a hundred years and will hopefully stand for years to come.
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MUSTANG MANIA
by GARY FIGGINS
What began as an informal gathering of five men who had just taken ownership of their new Ford Mustangs has become one of the largest anual gatherings of car enthusiasts in the Midwest.
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JIM THE WONDER DOG
by JIM WINNERMAN
Jim was not an ordinary hunting companion. This wonder dog raised in Marshall wowed people with his uncanny abilities.
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DEPARTMENTS
TASTE OF MISSOURI
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CATALPA
Arrow Rock

Tucked into a delightful replica of Missouri artist George Caleb Bingham’s house, Catalpa, and its chef-owner Liz Huff, are a force to be reckoned with.

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PLACES TO STAY
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BRASHEAR HOUSE B&B
Kirksville

Whether visiting a son or daughter at Truman State University or looking for a getaway, the Brashear House Bed and Breakfast encourages a slower pace.

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OFF THE BEATEN PATH
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WHISTLE STOP
A train trip leads to a chance encounter with a parolee headed to St. Louis after paying his debt to society.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES
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SACRED GROUND
by KRIS LOKEMOEN
Architecture and artwork displayed throughout houses of worship are often a glimpse into the lives of the congregations that built them. Join us on a six-part series that originally appeared in the Spring 2007 issue of Show-Me Missouri as we explore the history of just a few of St. Louis' notable churches and the congregations that built them.

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WHO WE ARE
For more than 20 years Show-Me Missouri's team of professional travel writers and photographers have provided readers with the opportunity to explore nearly every square mile of the Show-Me State . It's the next best thing to being here.
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