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Is it already mid-summer?

I made a pledge this year that I would do something summery before summer is over!    So far: I have been to Ted Drewes, I have gone to a Cards game, and I did see fireworks!    I feel my list is lacking so I am going to try to remedy that this weekend.   Tonight is Jimmy Buffett at Hollywood Casino …

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And The Winner Is….

You could say Martha is a rather cheeky gal. That is, the jowly 3-year-old Neapolitan mastiff has some remarkably expansive cheeks — so expansive, in fact, they droop practically to her knees and flap like slobbery wings when she shakes her head. And now they’ve earned Martha a prestigious honor: the title of world’s ugliest dog. Martha won the World’s …

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#CantBeatCassiday – 6/23/2017

Each weekday morning Cassiday puts $83.74 of her own money on the line during Can’t Beat Cassiday.  We will play again Monday morning at 7:50! Here are the questions and answers for today! Let us know how you did!                                                                           CANT BEAT SPENCER (9-1) ASHTON KUTCHER SAID HE AND MILA KUNIS’ DAUGHTER WYATT KNOWS 3 LANGUAGES. WHAT SHOW DID THE TWO …

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The Ken Doll Got A Makeover But We Weren’t Expecting This…

Last year, Mattel gave Barbie a long overdue makeover with three new body types and a variety of skin colors and hairstyles. Now the toy company is announcing another move toward inclusiveness with “new and diverse” Ken dolls. On Tuesday, Barbie expanded its ‘Fashionistas’ line with 15 new Ken dolls, featuring three body types ― “slim,” “broad” and “original” ― as well as …

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St. Louis Zoo Bill Heads To Gov. Greitens

Missouri lawmakers on Thursday sent Gov. Eric Greitens a measure that gives the St. Louis Zoo a way to raise more money for its operations and infrastructure projects without charging admission. St. Louis and St. Louis County residents already pay property taxes that support the popular, 100-year-old institution. But zoo officials have said those taxes don’t bring in enough revenue …

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St. Louis Named North America’s Best Baseball City

To no fan’s surprise, and to every hater’s chagrin, St. Louis has again been named as home to the best fans in baseball. Fox Sports has ranked the top 13 cities with an MLB team, and our fair burg came out on top “St. Louis and the Cardinals are synonymous. What other team and city can say that? Sometimes it is …

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Escaped St. Louis Cows Facing New Life

They fled a slaughterhouse. They evaded police and animal control officers for hours. Now the steers that roamed the streets of St. Louis in late March may be bound for life as therapy animals. The Gentle Barn animal sanctuary wants to open a new shelter within an hour of St. Louis, said Ellie Laks, the sanctuary’s co-founder. It would be …

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Chuck Berry’s Home To Be Turned Into Museum

3137 Whittier Street in St Louis, was home to Chuck Berry for eight years in the 1950s, a time during which he wrote some of his best loved hits including Maybelline, Roll Over Beethoven, Sweet Little Sixteen and Johnny B Goode. But the project doesn’t stop there, the city is planning on expanding it into a cultural district aptly named …

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