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Piano and Keyboard Lessons at Piano Craft! Not only are Piano Craft students fulfilling lifelong dreams of playing music, but they are making new friends, enjoying the many social events that students organize, and having a great time in the process
IMAX Entertainment Complex, Branson's indoor shopping and entertainment facility is home to Branson's IMAX, Montana Mikes, Florentina's, and Branson Meadows Cinemas
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Finders Keepers has something for everyone for every budget and offers free furniture delivery to anyone in Springfield.
Welcome to Reliable Chevrolet in Springfield, MO, southwest Missouri's number one Chevy dealership for new Chevrolet cars and high-quality certified pre-owned cars.
Choose from a variety of advanced skin and body care treatments, from our famous nurturing facials to invigorating body treatments in our aromatherapy shower.
We have one of the most exciting music programs in the world. We are a performance based program that combines lessons and classes with great success over and over again
Super awesome Friday enjoy coffee, egg nog and free gift wrapping Dynamic Earth style.
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Our family wants to help your family have more fun this holiday season! Goodall Billiards is a family owned pool table retail store. We specialize in new and used pool tables, game room furniture, and accessories.
The Josh Jennings Band performs two songs for us on Ozarks Live! Click Here to check out their kickstarter campaign.
John Denver’s original band members Steve Weisberg, and John Sommers, perform “Sunshine On My Shoulders” with Lance Smith.
Sunset to Burns performs a song off their new CD on Ozarks Live!
Chris Miller, Missy Miller, Joe Miller and Steve Mino from the gospel group Changed performed on Ozarks Live!
Texas country recording artists and songwriter was in town performing at Midnight Rodeo and stopped by to give us a preview on Ozarks Live!
"Hey Shannon, I am confused and fed up. I met a guy through a mutual friend. We exchanged numbers, spoke on the phone for a few weeks and then started dating. He cooked dinner for me on a few occasions. Then, I thought it would be nice for me to cook a meal for him. However, on the day he was supposed to come to dinner, he called to say he couldn't make it. There was an awkward silence, so I asked what was wrong. He then said he didn't think it would work between us because he had so much going on. I accepted this, and wished him well. I meet guys, we go out a few times, and then they change on me. Am I doing something wrong? It's really knocking down my confidence."
"Hey Shannon, I am an adult who does not live at home and haven't for quite some time. My parents however feel it is necessary to constantly buy me things that I do not need. I have told them time and time again to spend the money on themselves, and that I do not need these gifts all the time. I don't want to seem ungrateful, but I also know how to provide for myself. How can I get them to stop spending their money on me and instead do something for themselves?"
"My boyfriend and I have been together about eight months. He is divorced with two kids who do not live with him. I've never been married and have one child. He's been over my home and met my son several times. I still don't even know where he lives. I respect the fact that he wants to take it slow with me meeting his kids, but I’m worried it's a red flag that he never suggests I come over. How long should I give him, and how do I handle this without coming across as pushy or suspicious?"
"Hey Shannon, I am having issues with opening up to my boyfriend of 5 years. I was in a marriage for 14 years where I wasn’t allowed to have friends or talk out problems. I got used to dealing with problems on my own, and keeping my feelings hidden. I am trying to make the best of my current relationship because my boyfriend truly cares about me. He tells me he wants to be with me and help me better myself and my life. How can I be better at opening up and expressing my feelings?"
My husband and I have been together for six years. He's my best friend, but it often feels like we are roommates rather than a couple. There's no romance or "I love you." I miss feeling special. We've had several arguments about this matter, and I can't get him to see my side of the story. He provides the excuse that I’m too emotional. I often feel like we would be happier with different partners. As much as I would hate to lose a friend, I’m struggling to figure out what is best for the both of us.
Hey Shannon, I am divorced with two children, my daughter is 12 and my son is 10. I recently started dating again and met a very nice man who treats me like a queen. We've been together 4 months and I can see myself falling for him. There is only one problem, my daughter started acting out when she found out I was dating. I haven't brought my new boyfriend around my kids yet for this reason. I want to move forward in our relationship, but my kids are the most important thing to me. What should I do?
I have been seeing my boyfriend for almost three years. He has three children by his remarried ex-wife. Their relationship seems abnormal to me. Any time she asks him to do anything, he does it "for the kids." If he asks her for anything, she complains about it, even if it is for the kids. He has told me that his kids and his ex-wife are number one to him. He talks to her with respect, but in the same conversation with me, he gets an attitude and raises his voice. He has taken his ex-wife's side when I have tried to help, and his ex-wife thinks I’m trying to tell her how to be a parent. I love him but I don't know how I can keep dealing with all this. Would it just be easier to leave it all?
Hey, Shannon. I have been dating a girl for almost six months now and I feel like she doesn't trust me. There is another girl who used to like me and still talks to me. We don't talk other than at school but my girlfriend doesn't approve. I have respected my girlfriend by asking the other girl to stop talking to me but she won't. I don't want to be rude and not talk to her but I also don't want to fight with my girlfriend when I do. What should I do?
"Hey Shannon. My daughter is 7 years old and she wants to go trick or treating with some of her 11 year old neighborhood friends. She started hanging out with the older girls a couple weeks ago, and normally I don't let her hang out with them without parental supervision. I am concerned to let her go by herself, but I know if I tagged along with her she would be embarrassed. The older girl’s parents are not as strict as I am and often let their kids run around with very little supervision. Am I being too over protective or should I be concerned?"
"My 11-year old son just attended a birthday sleepover. He had a lot of fun, but he's been waking up with nightmares for the past two nights. Turns out, they watched the movie Halloween at the party and he was terrified. I don't let my kids watch scary movies for that very reason and I’m so mad that a parent showed my child a movie like that without checking with me first. And I’m upset that my son didn't stand up for what's right and say he's not allowed to watch movies like that. Am I justified in being angry?"
Hey Shannon! My 8-year old son is looking forward to Halloween; the issue is that he is autistic. He gets very anxious around crowds and is overly sensitive to visual and auditory stimulation. I want to keep him home, but my husband thinks it's unfair to treat him differently than other kids. Of course, I want my son to have fun but I don't want him to be traumatized. What do you think?
"Hey Shannon, I have a 19 year old son that still has to borrow money from my wife and me. I have no problem helping him out with necessities like new tires when he doesn't have the money. I do have a problem with him spending the money he does have, on things like trips to St. Louis with his friends. I told my wife we need to start being stricter on his spending habits, but she doesn't want him to miss out on things with his friends. How can I make her understand the importance of teaching our son a lesson in paying off his debts than on 'playing'? "
"While my wife and I both believe in being totally honest with our son, I believe she tends to speak before she thinks. For example, we had to take our son to the doctor for a flu shot. Rather than just telling him we were going to the doctor and let the visit just kind of play out, she told him we were taking him to get a shot. Not only that, but, she told him the night before. That resulted in him crying for about an hour before he was able to fall asleep, plus, he was terribly anxious all day in fear of the doctor visit. Is there any way I can convince her to think about her timing or maybe learn to "shade" the truth to save our young son the trauma?"
“I have been married to my husband for 10 years. We have two beautiful daughters and are very much in love. We will occasionally fight about different things but they never last very long. Some of our fights do get heated, and the other day my daughter asked me if we were going to get a divorce. I explained to her that we were just arguing and everything was fine. I hate that our fight scared her like that. Should I be concerned we are arguing too much? What can we do when little ears are listening?”
"Hey Shannon, my husband is kind of a daredevil. He likes to do things that get his adrenaline going and unfortunately for me, he passed that on to our 6 year old daughter. I get really bad anxiety whenever he goes out to do these activities, and now I have to worry about my daughter as well. He takes her out with him sometimes, but doesn't tell me what they are doing until after they get home. This makes me furious! I don't think he should be lying to me about something involving the safety of our daughter. Am I wrong to be concerned?"
Shannon learns how to make a traditional pasty from the London Calling Pasty Company.
Elle Feldman from Elle’s Patisserie shares her Grandma Vi’s Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie Gooey Butter Cake.
Chef Krik Bright from Hemmingway’s and White River Conference Center shares some of the holiday dishes they will be making this Thanksgiving.
Tom and Jamie make their own pizzas with Crust Creations from Color My World Farm.
Tom and Shannon try another recipe found on Pinterest.
Pastry Chef Marley Gibson and Chef Aaron show Tom how they make Gillardi’s Pumpkin Ravioli.
Chef Aaron Rosario and James Martin show us how to make Gillardi’s Butternut Squash Bisque.
Tom and Shannon make delicious monkey bread in a crockpot!
John Allen from Aviary Café and Creperie shows Tom how make their Pumpkin Bisque.
Daryl Tate from Relic’s Antique Mall and Tea Room shows us how to make his Holiday Apple Cheese Ball.
Jeff Cook and Julie Emack from Walkabout Coffee shop show us they put together their Mushroom Aussie Meat Pie.
Mandi Fritz from The Cake Truffle Store shows Tom and Uncle Gregory how to decorate with fondant.
Click the video and find out the variety of wing’s Coyote’s will be cooking up for this years Wingapalooza!!!
Chef Chadwick Isom shows us how to make boneless wing bites, make sure to visit Hy-Vee’s booth at Wingapalooza this Saturday, November 2nd.
Tom and Shannon try out a fun fall recipe for apple crisp pizza.
Stewart Langer from Major Brands shares some of his recipes for fun Halloween drinks.
Tom and Shannon cook up some chocolate chip pumpkin pancakes.
Elle Feldman from Elle’s Patisserie shows us how to make cheesecake truffles for National Cheesecake Pumpkin Day.
Galloway Station is the place to be on November 9th for great Greek food. John Tsahiridis prepares one of the appetizers you can have there called Saganaki!
Derek Messer from Dublin’s Pass shows Tom and Mike how they’re making reuben rolls with bacon for Bacon Fest!
Colleen Sundlie from The Date Lady shares some of her favorite Date Lady Recipes.
Jane Ford from Red Top Over shares her recipe for Chocolate Chip Bacon Cookies. You can try samples of her cookies at Bacon Fest!
Saben Schumer shows us how she makes her award winning candied bacon cupcakes for Ozarks Bacon Fest!
Sheila Weeks from the Hungry Farmer tells us about the 40th Annual Ozarks Arts & Crafts Show at The Finely River Park; where you can find her award winning Sister Soup Dry Mixes.
If you love eating you need to check out ihearteating.com, Kate Dean shows us one of her recipes from the blog.
Leslie and Whitney from Apricot Lane show Shannon some of this year’s popular holiday trends.
Makeup Artist Michelle Winslow demonstrates how to apply airbrush makeup.
Carissa Greenlee from Torn Boutique, in Ozark, talks fall fashion trend with Shannon.
Susan Beach from Hip Chick Boutique brought some of her lovely models in to show us the different trends they are seeing this fall.
For $30 a month Project DIY will send you the materials you need to make 2 to 3 original accessory pieces that are as much fun to make as they are to wear, Tom and Shannon show off their skills with this months box.
Shannon has David Wenzel from studio 417 take a look at her hair with the Kérastase scope and prescribes a treatment to help her damaged hair.
Emily Carr from BCBG Final Cut in Branson shows off this years fall fashions.
Lindsay Jones and Robyn Abbott from Red Poppy Boutique show us how to take our fun summer looks and transition them into fall fashions.
Hi, I'm Tom Trtan, co-host of Ozarks Live at 4! You can see me every Monday through Friday at 4:00 pm on KORL10 with my co-host, Shannon Fox. I also help out in the weather department on occasion, using my skills as a meteorologist.
Acclaimed relationship expert Shannon Fox is the co-host of "Ozarksl Live at 4 p.m." on KOLR10. Shannon joins Tom Trtan on this unique, entertaining afternoon show.
Tom and Mike show us some of the gifts on their list this Christmas.
Brian Turtle from Endless Games tells Tom about some of their hot games this holiday season!
Brian Turtle from Endless Games tells Tom about some of their hot games this holiday season!
Tom shows Jamie some great gifts for guys.
Larry Thrap from AT&T tells Tom about some their hot tech gifts this season.
Layla Harding from Habitat for Humanity shows us how to make non-toxic cleaning products using inexpensive ingredients.
John DeSilvia from DIY Network’s Rescue my Renovation demonstrates easy do-it-yourself home fixes using common household items.
Shannon and Clay create a homemade dog bed and dog toys to be auctioned off for the Humane Society Of Southwest Missouri.
Shannon goes to Havertys to learn how easy it is to switch up a room for the different seasons.
(Springfield, MO) -- Have you considered giving your dad a little "elbow grease" for Father's Day?