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The pace at which the COVID-19 pandemic descended upon us is still difficult to comprehend. On March 11, the NBA suspended its season. Soon after, MLB stopped spring training and postponed its opening day, the NCAA canceled March Madness, and the NHL shut down. 

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It’s easy for bananas to get lost amid the fruits and vegetables that are having a moment right now, such as açaí berries, kale and Brussels sprouts, but it’s hard to overstate bananas’ significance around the globe. This healthy, inexpensive fruit is among the top five most economically imp…

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Happy hour doesn't come soon enough when you're quarantined; this is the perfect time to become a cocktail connoisseur. Learn to make cocktails with Feast publisher Catherine Neville and Dustin Parres of Luxco. Join along as they mix, shake and muddle these easy-drinking cocktail recipes.

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Happy hour doesn't come soon enough when you're quarantined. And this is the perfect time to become a cocktail connoisseur. Learn to make cocktails with Feast publisher Catherine Neville and Dustin Parres of Luxco. Join along as they mix, shake and muddle these summer cocktail recipes.

Learn to make simple and delicious dinner recipes with Schnucks. Stretch your meat further with this veggie-loaded dish that's kicked up with a spicy buffalo sauce. These nutritious meals are guaranteed to feed and please the whole family. Learn more at schnucks.com/simplyschnucks.

Few people deserve our support right now like health care professionals. Monday is National Doctors’ Day, and the best thing you can do to help them is to follow CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. Stay home unless it’s essential, practice social distancing as best you can and wash your hands…

Peas are favorites of gardeners who just can’t wait to get growing. In fact, peas can be planted as soon as the ground has thawed, meaning they’re one of the first vegetables to be harvested in springtime. Planting peas also stabilizes nitrogen levels in the soil, which benefits neighboring plants.

It's been a long, cold winter season, and now, it's finally time to step outside to embrace the springtime. Soak up the sunshine with the best festivals and events happening in the region.

Sip wine pours on a patio to the beat of live music, taste Kansas City-style barbecue or enjoy a weekend of art in the Sculpture Park.

If you've been experiencing cabin fever these past few months – the cure is here! Get outdoors and celebrate your local community at these street festivals, events and gatherings.

Springfield, Missouri, is home to classic restaurants like Casper’s, Red’s Giant Hamburg and Leong’s Asian Diner. With over 1,000 restaurants, dining in Springfield offers everything from fine dining to fast-casual. But these classics have people coming back year after year.

Saturday is the official start of spring, and it’s time to celebrate. We love that the sunshine is lasting longer and the temperatures are warming up, and we can’t think of a better way to enjoy it than a nice, fresh cocktail. In honor of spring’s arrival, we’re making the Water Lily cocktai…

“The birthplace of Route 66” remains as culturally significant today as it did when the famous highway connecting Chicago to Los Angeles broke ground in 1926. The comfortably sized city in the heart of the Ozarks features some of the best attractions Missouri has to offer. In the past year, …

When the U.S. lifted its ban on importing avocados from Mexico in the late 1990s, the stage was set for them to take America by storm. In the decades that followed, avocados have been mashed into dips, blended into smoothies, spread onto toast and made into facial masks.

Winter keeps dragging on, doesn’t it? Whenever it seems like we’ve turned the corner, snow starts falling again. Manifest that spring weather you need with the Paradise cocktail! This classic cocktail is just what you need to warm your bones and take your mind to sunnier shores. It’s a simpl…