• The Ozark Trail


    The Ozark Trail in southern Missouri is one of the most wondrous places on Earth.  With nearly 400 miles of trails running through pristine forests, the Ozark Trail is something all Missourians should be proud to claim.  Mountains and valleys filled with springs, crystal-clear streams, waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife make it the crown […]

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  • An Era of Artistry


    The visionary works of M. Charles Rhinehart are collected nationally and internationally and are shown in galleries throughout the United States. Rhinehart’s work is immediately recognizable. Few artists can be so quickly identified. My husband and I have been mesmerized by his work since our early days of marriage in the 1970’s. I was intrigued […]

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  • GABRIEL’S LATEST EFFORTS


    At the beginning of 2018, 573 Magazine presented Gabriel with it’s most Passionate Person of the Year Award.  Well, Gabriel hasn’t let us down. Today he has some very new things we want to show you. Welcome to Gabriel’s new gig. Gabriel’s passion for good food was ignited at a young age in the sensual […]

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  • Everything’s coming up Roses


    Gypsy, a musical written in 1959, loosely based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, a famous striptease artist from the time. The story focuses on her mother, Rose, who dreams of her two daughters performing onstage and becoming stars Momma Rose, fighting for her daughters’ success…while secretly yearning for her own.. The character of Louise is based on Gypsy Rose, and the character of June is based on Lee’s sister. …

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    The Ozark Trail

    The Ozark Trail in southern Missouri is one of the most wondrous places on Earth.  With nearly 400 miles of trails running through pristine forests, the Ozark Trail is something all Missourians should be proud to claim.  Mountains and valleys filled with springs, crystal-clear streams, waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife make it the... More

    • Business
    • Featured
    • lifestyle

    An Era Of Artistry

    The visionary works of M. Charles Rhinehart are collected nationally and internationally and are shown in galleries throughout the United States. Rhinehart’s work is immediately recognizable. Few artists can be so quickly identified. My husband and I have been mesmerized by his work since our early days of marriage in the 1970’s. I was... More

    • Featured
    • food

    Gabriel’s Latest Efforts

    At the beginning of 2018, 573 Magazine presented Gabriel with it’s most Passionate Person of the Year Award.  Well, Gabriel hasn’t let us down. Today he has some very new things we want to show you. Welcome to Gabriel’s new gig. Gabriel’s passion for good food was ignited at a young age in the... More

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    • Featured

    Everything’s Coming Up Roses

    Gypsy, a musical written in 1959, loosely based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, a famous striptease artist from the time. The story focuses on her mother, Rose, who dreams of her two daughters performing onstage and becoming stars Momma Rose, fighting for her daughters’ success…while secretly yearning for her own.. ... More

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    The Barber Of Perryville

    Once there was a lovely young woman named Jona. Unlike other young women of the village, Jona knew things about men. Things others knew not. Not seedy or needy things, no, Jona knew how to make men feel good about themselves in a positive way. She was able to bring out the best in... More

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    • food
    • lifestyle

    Sweet

    It’s a warm and sunny day. You’re walking around the waterfront in Cape, and suddenly the sweet, smell of vanilla drifts in on a light breeze. It’s the Sugar Chics Creamery. Upon entering the shop, you hear the laughter of children and ice cream eating music. Being lactose intolerant, the first thing I noticed... More

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    Pickle

    When you have lived in the same area for a while, maybe even your whole life, you might think you have seen everything there is to see in the 573. And when the dog days of Summer starts blazing focus on this part of the world, people often fall victim to a... More

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    History

    Mary Ann and Bert Kellerman have been committed to historic preservation and art since 1971. I met the Kellermans a few years ago when they assisted in the production of the locally produced film Interviewing Monsters set for release Sept, 2018. They were also involved in the recent 573 International Film Festival.... More

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    A Beer Run

    Jackson Street BrewCo is an independent craft brewery in D wntown Perryville. It is owned by Carisa Stark and John Sadler who also own the ever popular Mary Jane Burgers & Brew in Perryville. It has been amazing to watch how these two have transformed the Perryville Downtown into a thriving place to go... More

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    Dandy Of A Weed

      We have all been there! The pure joy of a child in springtime, dancing and spinning in the new green grass until they are dizzy with giggles and laughs. Soon, they fall to the ground and find none other than, a yellow head dandelion staring back. Pure bliss! It is spring! The green... More

Life Style

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An Era Of Artistry

The visionary works of M. Charles Rhinehart are collected nationally and internationally and are shown in galleries throughout the United States. Rhinehart’s work is immediately recognizable. Few artists can be so quickly identified. My husband and I have been mesmerized by his work since our early days of marriage in the 1970’s. I was... More

The Barber Of Perryville

Once there was a lovely young woman named Jona. Unlike other young women of the village, Jona knew things... More

Sweet

It’s a warm and sunny day. You’re walking around the waterfront in Cape, and suddenly the sweet, smell of... More

Pickle

When you have lived in the same area for a while, maybe even your whole life, you might think... More

History

Mary Ann and Bert Kellerman have been committed to historic preservation and art since 1971. I met the... More

A Beer Run

Jackson Street BrewCo is an independent craft brewery in D wntown Perryville. It is owned by Carisa Stark and... More

Food

  • Featured
  • food

Gabriel’s Latest Efforts

At the beginning of 2018, 573 Magazine presented Gabriel with it’s most Passionate Person of the Year Award.  Well, Gabriel hasn’t let us down. Today he has some very new things we want to show you. Welcome to Gabriel’s new gig. Gabriel’s passion for good food was ignited at a young age in the... More

  • Featured
  • food
  • lifestyle

Sweet

It’s a warm and sunny day. You’re walking around the waterfront in Cape, and suddenly the sweet, smell of vanilla drifts in on a light breeze. It’s the Sugar Chics Creamery. Upon entering the shop, you hear the laughter of children and ice cream eating music. Being lactose intolerant, the first thing I noticed... More

Pickle

When you have lived in the same area for a while, maybe even your whole life, you might think... More

A Beer Run

Jackson Street BrewCo is an independent craft brewery in D wntown Perryville. It is owned by Carisa Stark and... More

An American Dream

A few years ago 573 Magazine did a story on Pho8, a Vietnamese noodle shop in Cape. Since then... More

Passionaire Of The Year

Okay, I admit it, Passionaire is not a word, but it should be.  I guess we could go with... More

Out Door

  • Featured
  • lifestyle
  • Outdoors

The Ozark Trail

The Ozark Trail in southern Missouri is one of the most wondrous places on Earth.  With nearly 400 miles of trails running through pristine forests, the Ozark Trail is something all Missourians should be proud to claim.  Mountains and valleys filled with springs, crystal-clear streams, waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife make it the... More

  • Outdoors

Dandy Of A Weed

  We have all been there! The pure joy of a child in springtime, dancing and spinning in the new green grass until they are dizzy with giggles and laughs. Soon, they fall to the ground and find none other than, a yellow head dandelion staring back. Pure bliss! It is spring! The green... More

Springs Road Trip

Ellington is a town in Reynolds County on Highway 21 south of Ironton. The population is just over 1000.... More

Idea Of The Year

Recently we were invited to witness an exercise in humility.  Make a group of kids spend the night in... More

Fighter Of The Year

I have always been a sucker for the underdog.  Man, this guy is the underdog’s underdog.  I had known... More

Our Civil War Photographer

Every few years Pilot Knob hosts its Battle of Pilot Knob Civil War reenactment.  One hundred and fifty-three years... More

Fashion

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The Barber Of Perryville

Once there was a lovely young woman named Jona. Unlike other young women of the village, Jona knew things about men. Things others knew not. Not seedy or needy things, no, Jona knew how to make men feel good about themselves in a positive way. She was able to bring out the best in... More

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Rocker

Recently, I heard a radio interview of a female country music star. Okay, I admit county music isn’t my baby, but the interview was interesting. She talked about how she was bullied as a teen and because of the bullying she spent most of her time alone singing and writing songs. While listening to... More

Back In Fashion

What do you think of when you think Bed and Breakfast? You may envision a cozy farmhouse with the... More

Fall Fashion

What do a hair salon in Farmington, a small town girl from Sedgewickville, a makeup artist from Cape,... More

Fall-anthropy

Fall is an amazing time of year.  Changes all around us will bring Fall’s chilly winds. Wind is romantic. It... More

Mixing Things Up

  In 2014 is it even possible to have too much of anything? It it possible to have too... More

Business

  • Business
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An Era Of Artistry

The visionary works of M. Charles Rhinehart are collected nationally and internationally and are shown in galleries throughout the United States. Rhinehart’s work is immediately recognizable. Few artists can be so quickly identified. My husband and I have been mesmerized by his work since our early days of marriage in the 1970’s. I was... More

  • Business
  • food

An American Dream

A few years ago 573 Magazine did a story on Pho8, a Vietnamese noodle shop in Cape. Since then I have eaten at this place at least once a month. To say I love the food there would be an understatement, but there is one other reason I go to Pho8, and her name... More

A Raisin In The Sun

A Raisin in the Sun is a play that addresses family relationships and the American dream through an intimate... More

Made Of Metal

Hephaestus was always one of my favorite Greek gods. Hephaestus, the Greek god of blacksmiths, craftsmen, artisans, sculptors, metals,... More

Some That Do, Teach

We’ve all heard the old expression, “Those who can’t, teach.” There are also people who have figured out how... More

Containers

I have been studying the possibility of building a studio out of used shipping containers. Before you start laughing,... More

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