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The Grants – A Love Story

Patti House, Fort D Historic Site Volunteer, has Ulysses S. Grant on her mind around Valentine’s Day every year. Read on to find out why!  “Recently on an NPR interview I heard the speaker say, ‘Emails are the love letters of our times.’ This may be true, but I cherish the handwritten notes from my ... Read More

Be a Tourist in Your Hometown: Claire Bruce

Claire, the creative force behind Sloan+Themis, has put together a weekend full of food, entertainment and more – take it away Claire! Being a Cape Girardeau local is a fairly recent thing for me. I spent part of my childhood 90 miles south of here. We would often travel back and forth to Cape for dining and ... Read More

Be a Tourist in Your Hometown: Jeanne Muckerman

Jeanne Muckerman might be Cape Girardeau’s biggest fan, and what better person to share her highlights of Cape Girardeau? “Cape Girardeau really has something for everyone,” Muckerman says. “Whether you enjoy nature, history, the arts, dining out or shopping, this city has something to offer. We have beautiful parks and opportunities to take in the ... Read More

Be A Tourist in Your Hometown: August Birk

It’s National Travel & Tourism Week, and a handful of locals who love Cape Girardeau were kind enough to tell us their favorite parts of our River City!  First up is Mr. August Birk; if you don’t know him, you’ve probably seen one of his wood carvings around town (his carving of Louis Lorimier at ... Read More
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