The Autumn Historic Folklife Festival in Hannibal has become one of the most loved annual events in the region. The festival is nearly 40 years old. Vendors, performers, residents and visitors will all converge on Hannibal's Main Street for the 2015 edition of the Folklife Festival October 17-18.
Some have fond memories of something very unique that took place in Sedalia, Missouri in the 1970s. Others would prefer to forget it ever happened. The Ozark Music Festival was held in July 1974 at the Missouri State Fairgrounds, and it was basically the Show-Me State's version of Woodstock. Depending on who you ask, it was either an incredible event or a total disaster. Check out this video that was uploaded to YouTube to see footage from the festival.
In 2014, 'Gone Girl' starring Ben Affleck became the No. 1 movie in America. It was shot in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Here are five other famous movies that were shot (or at least partially shot) in the Show-Me State.
October really is a fun month. There are always a ton of cool Halloween things to do locally, regionally and even statewide. Here are some popular haunted attractions around Missouri. You'll have to take a drive to get to them, but if you're a haunted house fanatic, you won't want to miss these haunted attractions. They only come around once a year. Besides, everyone likes a road trip, right?
Band Day is a always an event Hannibal residents look forward to each year. Marching bands from around the region gather in America's Hometown for a parade down Broadway, and then a field show at Porter Stadium.
It's October, which means Halloween's coming, which means it's time to start visiting haunted houses! In our area there are several haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted woods, even a haunted church that Halloween lovers can visit during the month. Which one is the scariest?
One of Quincy's newer annual Halloween events is Safe Halloween for Kids, which will return for its third year at the Eagle's Nest Hotel and Conference Center on October 29. Townsquare Media's Trisha O'Cheltree is one of the organizers of Safe Halloween for Kids. She took a moment to answer a few questions about this fun night that allows kids to trick-or-treat a hotel.
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