What started as a dream to put an IMAX theater in Branson, Missouri became the film Ozarks: Legacy and Legend. Directed by Academy Award-winning director Keith Merrill, this film had a big impact on launching the entertainment scene in Branson that is still going strong today.
With people electing to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not do the ultimate staycation! The Springfield, MO Convention & Visitors Bureau joins us to offer suggestions on what to do in our own backyard.
Legendary comedian Yakov Smirnoff is back on the Branson stage. His new show called “Yakov Laughter Vaccine” is dazzling audiences looking for something entertaining in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Frisco Highline Trail was once a bustling railway that once carried President Harry S. Truman on his trademark whistle-stop train tours during his campaign. Today, it is a relaxing trail perfect for cycling or recreation. And, our friends at Bicycle Outlet are showing us the rise.
The Butterfly Palace in Branson is lending a helping hand to people in Costa Rica during the coronavirus pandemic. The Place’s Michael Gibson met up with owner Bruce Herschend to talk about how these tiny insects are helping them make a big impact.
The Cloud House is an interactive art piece located near Farmers Park in Springfield. Artist and professor Matthew Mazzotta is the mastermind behind this unique project. The Place’s Michael Gibson spoke with him to learn about the inspiration behind it.
Silver Dollar City recently unveiled it’s new barbeque restaurant, Rivertown Smokehouse, as a part of their new Mystic River Falls water ride. The Place’s Michael Gibson sampled the delicious food at the park’s newest restaurant addition.
The Laura Ingalls Wilder Home & Museum is located in Mansfield, MO. And is the home of all things that inspired the famous Little House on the Prarie novels. The Place’s Michael Gibson goes back in time at this unique Ozarks treasure.