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History in the making

Guest blogger Dr. Adam Criblez, associate professor at The Center for Regional History at SEMO,  shares the best ways to experience history firsthand this spring in Cape Girardeau. Cape Girardeau is one of the oldest cities in Missouri, tracing its European roots to the mid-1700s. Today, visitors can explore the rich history of the region ... Read More

Perfect Parks: Cape Girardeau’s unique parks and recreation areas

Spring and early summer are the perfect time to take a tour of Cape Girardeau’s unique parks and recreation areas. In total, Cape Girardeau offers 25 parks covering more than 660 acres of land – all with a variety of features and amenities. In honor of National Take A Walk In A Park Day, we’re ... Read More

Eating out: Best places to enjoy lunch outside in Cape Girardeau

As Mark Twain once wrote: “It’s Spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want—oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” If you’re experiencing symptoms of Spring fever yourself, Cape Girardeau ... Read More

Fresh Take: The best places to view Spring early in Cape Girardeau

After February’s winter weather, we’re likely all ready for some Spring time. Check out three of our favorite places to catch early glimpses of the new season in Cape Girardeau. The Mississippi River Front Downtown Cape Girardeau is a beautiful place to get out and enjoy warmer temps, especially along the river front and the ... Read More
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