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By Randy Gardner
I thought for sure that I would be writing this week’s column about how the St Louis Blues are one game away from heading to the next round of the playoffs but once again as I have done for years upon years, I’m writing about how they are letting it slowly slip away.
By Tom Anselm
“M” is for the many things she gave me.” Remember that song from days of yesteryear?
With Mother’s Day on this weekend’s agenda, it might do well to consider this song and its true message. More on that later.
The Dining Divas
By Lisa Kampeter
I have to admit that the sole reason for choosing the Dining Divas restaurant of the month was the excitement of a potential celebrity sighting. Well, if you’re a reality show junkie, you’d find it exciting. Months ago, the Gladys Kravitz Diva requested we head to The Grove neighborhood for the chance of seeing Miss Robbie or Tim or Lil’ Charles. Thanks to the Oprah Winfrey Network, these three St. Louisans are household names in many homes in the country now because of the reality show, “Welcome to Sweetie Pies.” And for the Gladys Kravitz Diva, she speaks of them as if she’s one of the family.
This is a column that is going to make you stop and think about yourself in a very different way. Every single week I say to myself that I am going to start my diet and start exercising because I’m tired of the way that my clothes fit me.
I had a few things in mind to write about in this column including the Blues, the Cardinals, and the Rams but then an event happens that changes the complexion of what sports mean in this world.
By Tom Anselm
I have some rather serious news for those of us in the Baby Boomer Generation. Actually, it also applies to our elders as well. This news comes to us more as a whimper than a bang, which may be unfortunate, since some of us may be experiencing slight hearing loss.