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Most stunning places in Cape Girardeau

It doesn’t get much more beautiful or festive than a tour of the impeccably decorated Glenn House or a stroll through Cape Girardeau’s downtown district. That’s why Cape holds the title of Missouri’s Prettiest City from Architectural Digest. Holiday decorations provide the perfect backdrop to take in all of Cape’s beauty. You don’t want to miss: Glenn House As grand as this Victorian home is during the summer, it’s even more breathtaking with holly, Christmas trees and bows – all viewed by f... Read More

A guide to Thanksgiving dining; recipe included

The Thanksgiving holiday usually means turkey and all the trimmings. With so many recipes online, it can be difficult to find a unique dish everyone will love. This year, we’re offering a delicious recipe idea featuring a Southeast Missouri staple – potatoes. POTATO CHEESE PUFFS Servings: 4  4 large boiled potatoes  ¼ cup cream 2 eggs, separated. Beat yolks, and reserve whites to be beaten stiff. ¾ cup grated American cheese  1 teaspoon salt  1 ½ teaspoons on... Read More

How to enjoy a vintage Christmas in Cape Girardeau

Do you ever pine (pun intended) for an old-fashioned Christmas - the kind with real trees instead of plastic? The kind where people exchange cards and baked goods, embrace the bustle of downtown shopping instead of relying on Amazon. We’ve got good news: You can enjoy an old-fashioned Christmas in Cape Girardeau this year with a few easy steps. Step 1. Get inspired Take a trip back to Christmas past by visiting the historic Glenn House. This time of year, it’s decked out for Christmas - bows, garland on the banister, stockings... Read More

2018 Christmas must-sees

Christmas trees and glittering ornaments signal that it’s time to celebrate, but it’s not really Christmas without holiday tunes. From an oratorio to the big band sound, welcome the season your way. Handel’s Messiah Tuesday, Nov. 27 7:30 pm Bedell Performance Hall Get tickets One of the most beloved Christmas classics, this 18th century oratorio swells with beautiful melodies and familiar lyrics. Even if you don’t recognize the title, you’re sure to remember the “Hallelujah” chorus. Big Band... Read More
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