It is time for the high school reunion to be laid to rest, right next to the acid washed, tight rolled jeans, buried deep where it will never come back again.
I guess if you find joy in getting up at 3am on your day off, driving around in traffic, parking 2 miles away from the store you’re shopping in, and being mauled by rabid shoppers trying to get their entire Christmas list completed in one day, then go forth friends and enjoy your Black Friday.
Check out some of the best holiday light displays in the St. Louis Metro Area. Tis the season! People love putting on light displays and I love seeing them!
Deciding what to have for dinner on Tuesday nights is usually one of the toughest decisions of my week. Tough life, right?
Not ready to hibernate for the Winter quite yet? Then check out the Fall Fire Festival at the Green Center and Katie Kerkhover and the die nasties at Cicero’s in University City this Saturday.
Join in the city’s biggest Halloween party this Saturday, October 29th in the Central West End! This party, said to be the biggest Halloween party in St. Louis for the past 27 years, has something for everyone!
Did you know between 9 and 11 MILLION animals die every year in shelters? How about that 484 cats and dogs are euthanized in shelters every hour??
Make a day of it: Head to Soulard to enjoy the delicious chili at the Soulard Chili Festival, then jump over to the Monsters of Beer Festival right down the street.
Besides bonfires, my second favorite October event is a great chili cook-off. I know I’m not the only one, so here is a list of chili cook-offs/chili festivals going down in the St. Louis metro area this month
The Taste of St. Louis in Soldier’s Memorial Park is one of the top events of the year. It highlights all of the amazing reasons to love St. Louis. Check it out this weekend: Friday Sept 23rd-Sunday Sept 25th and enjoy food, live music, art and more.