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The Social Birdy to incorporate restaurant with large game lineup.

Kansas is newest area of focus for the Ozark-based company.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three red wines he says are more affordable as the industry moves toward springtime beverages.

"An OverKnight Success: The Crazy Life of an Opera Singer" features Michael Spyres.

Pinnacle Award winner Mary Collette is among the honorees of the upcoming Toast to Tourism event.

They range in industry from publishing and architecture to hospitality and banking and finance.

 Ozarks Lunkers GM readies for football team’s inaugural season.

Founder Danny Collins discusses his business at SBJ's 12 People You Need to Know live interview event.

The multiyear deal includes custard sold at Kauffman Stadium and charitable donations.

The company's Springfield location remains open for business.

The owners of The Pickle also plan to launch The Chilly Dill cryotherapy business in the same building.

Hidden Grounds Coffee House opened at The Fairbanks; Citizens Memorial Hospital launched a new clinic; and Springfield entrepreneur Mark Burgess brought a retro entertainment concept to town.

A May 25 opening is planned for the expanded and newly rebranded The Rush Republic Aquatic Park.

Funding complete for Highway 65 overpass, officials say.

Organizers call upstart Ozarks Film Foundry a filmmaker incubator and film industry accelerator.

The Wheelhouse, a Mexican-Thai fusion restaurant, changed ownership; Ozark-based Clear Creek Golf Car and Vehicles LLC acquired local competitor Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles; and marijuana company The Farmer’s Wife changed hands.

Tyler Moles is promoted to succeed Rob Blevins at the Springfield nonprofit.

SBJ interviews the vice president and general manager of the Springfield Cardinals.

Tournament hosts say nationally televised PBA event puts area bowling on the map.

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Artist Tiffany Collins moved her Nixa art gallery, Lucid TLC Arts LLC, to a new location; a crystal jewelry maker who started on Etsy expanded with a storefront; and Fleur Floral Studio LLC transitioned to a home-based venture.

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