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    Comedian Jeff Houghton interviews a guest during the taping of his syndicated television show in Springfield.
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    High school musicians play Christmas carols during Jefferson City's Living Windows downtown festival.
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    Crisp late-autumn or early-winter mornings can produce mystical frost flowers along Missouri's trails.
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    Eve Cacella fires a creation in one of Third Degree Glass Factory's 2,000-degree ovens.
FEATURES
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THE LATE SHIFT
by DIANA LAMBDIN MEYER
Most people associate late-night talk shows with New York or Los Angeles, but Springfield comedian Jeff Houghton’s stage is right in the middle of fly-over country.
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LIVING WINDOWS
by GARY FIGGINS
Downtown business districts in four Missouri communities prove that popular holiday-themed window displays are not just found in the big cities.
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GLASS CASTLE
by BILL MOTCHAN
A St. Louis glassmaking studio offers a creative outlet for those looking to escape the bitter cold of winter.
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FRAGILE FLOWERS
by BARBARA GIBBS OSTMANN
Although not truly flowers, the mystical creations of nature known as frost flowers can be found on crisp mornings in late autumn or early winter.
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HISTORY ON THE SQUARE
by GARY ELLISON
A new museum in downtown Springfield undertakes the task of sharing the city’s stories through interactive exhibits that appeal to every age group.
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DEPARTMENTS
TASTE OF MISSOURI
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SEBREE'S
Greentop

Inside an unassuming metal building on Highway 63, Brian and Cindy Boultinghouse have gained a following with their locally-inspired menu and updated farmhouse decor.

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PLACES TO STAY
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RECESS INN B&B
Ethel

For seventy years, the school building that now houses the Recess Inn welcomed students from all grades.

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OFF THE BEATEN PATH
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MAKING TRACKS
Lewis Café doesn’t look like much from the outside. It sits on Main Street in downtown St. Clair under an old 1930s-looking awning in an old 1930s-looking beige brick building.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES
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LEGENDS & LANTERNS
by GARY FIGGINS
It’s unusually warm for a late-October morning as families meander along the brick sidewalks that flank the similarly-paved street stretching the length of the St. Charles’ historic district. The Missouri River traces the city’s eastern edge, looking much the same as when Lewis and Clark cast off to explore the nation’s newly-acquired western territory more than 200 years earlier. Except for the casino that towers above the south end of the historic district—and the cadence of vehicles bouncing across the red bricks—those clinging to the remnants of a long summer could have easily been transported back to the Victorian Age.

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