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Author: Will McCann

So opens “Dreaming In Simsbury,” the third chapter in Secret Connecticut: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure, an easy, breezy, very enjoyable read by career travel writer and editor Anastasia Mills Healy. Released in March, the Reedy Press book

Missouri's bicentennial is two months away, so The Examiner sat down with Audrey Elder, who runs an Independence business focused on preservation. Our conversation was about some of the better books on Missouri history and touched on Truman, Twain, baseball, the

Missouri's bicentennial is two months away, so The Examiner sat down with Audrey Elder, who runs an Independence business focused on preservation. Our conversation was about some of the better books on Missouri history and touched on Truman, Twain, baseball, the

Find out more about St. Louis’ past as not only a major shoe manufacturer but also a leader in the clothing industry. Author Valerie Battle Kienzle, author of “Ready to Wear: A History of the Footwear and Garment Industries in

Who would have thought that Reno had such a lot of interesting and fun facts to learn about? In Secret Reno: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure author Janice Oberding does a wonderful job of providing the reader with several

Father’s Day is approaching and if you are giving a collective sigh trying to figure out what to get Dad, you’re not alone. Dad’s are notoriously hard to shop for, and usually, if they need something, they’ll just buy it.

From the diamond to the ring: That's the latest move from St. Louis Browns diehard Ed Wheatley.

Queen Village sisters Natalie and Tricia Pompilio enjoyed their 2017 book collaboration, Walking Philadelphia: 30 Walking Tours Featuring Art, Architecture, History and Little-Known Gems. “It was really, really fun. I love researching and telling these stories,” Natalie said. So, when Reedy Press —