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Past articles by Juliana:

Thinking about a spring break getaway with the kids? Here are 11 things to do in St. Louis

Exciting and educational activities abound in St. Louis to keep kids entertained during spring break. → Read More

8 things to do for Christmas in Branson, for an out-of-town but close-to-home celebration

Take in the Christmas trees, lights, shows and shopping — and grab something to eat in between. → Read More

Looking to buy local? Try these holiday gift ideas sourced from the Springfield area

Spices and spirits, ornaments and experiences, all created right here in the Ozarks are among more than a dozen ideas for local gift-givers. → Read More

Hiking, wine, dinosaurs and classic cars: 10 places to explore in the Ozarks in 2022

Here's a resolution for 2022: How about having fun and checking out some of those places you know exist but never got around to visiting? → Read More

Need a quick menu idea for the holidays? Recipes to try for gatherings with family, friends

Watergate Pie; Fig, Bacon and Goat Cheese Crostini; and Chicken Sausage Breakfast Casserole with Pesto Hollandaise Sauce are all delightful eats. → Read More

How a search for a lost sister and a DNA test led two Ozarks women to siblings they didn't know they had

Karen Mining Dobson and Denise Mining set out to find a sister, Silvia, and ended up connecting and bonding with more family as well. → Read More

Recipes to help with those Thanksgiving leftovers

Thanksgiving leftovers can get tiresome, but with some creativity, they can be used to make delicious new meals. → Read More

That personal touch: Gifts from the kitchen for holiday season

Spread joy with gifts from your kitchen such as these easy-to-make, delectable treats. → Read More

'I am a storyteller': David Harrison marks 50 years of writing for kids

Springfield author David Harrison has published nearly 100 books and been an integral part of efforts to enhance reading throughout the area. → Read More

Theater under the stars — or in a bar — this weekend

See SLT's "Forbidden Broadway" at Nathan P. Murphy's or 'As You Like It" outdoors at the Springfield Art Museum → Read More

It's berry time! Pick your own at these Ozarks farms

It’s always a good idea to call ahead, especially if it’s a long drive. → Read More

The Rock House celebrates 15 years

Musicians from four states will perform at the Rock House Music Festival Saturday in Reeds Spring. → Read More

Mixed drinks at the push of a button

It sounds like cocktail science fiction, but it’s not. → Read More

Nixa pulls together to revive Sucker Days festival

There have been significant changes to the event, including the name. It is now the Sucker Days Music, Arts & Craft Festival. → Read More

9 reasons not to miss Rock'n Ribs this weekend

Springfield's biggest barbecue festival has been going strong for 20 years. → Read More

Memphis makes a magical getaway, and is an easy drive from Springfield

The city just five hours away is famous for its blues and barbecue, but there is so much more. → Read More

Mother's launches 'true craft beer-centered' Flyover festival

You can taste beers from more than 40 breweries Saturday in Springfield → Read More

'Lion King' tryout pays off for Gerald Ramsey

Ramsey faced long odds going in but landed the role, and he has played Mufasa for four years. → Read More

Here's what you should know about this year's Sertoma Chili Cook-Off

New this year: The Grand Champion Chili winner will get to compete at the 2019 World Food Championships. → Read More

NAACP march, Gillioz event on MLK Day honor King's dream

This event will happen regardless of the weather. → Read More