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By Randy Gardner
It’s actually really been fun this year writing about the world of sports. Not that the world of sports isn’t always fun but here in St. Louis it is always a really bumpy ride. We have seen this with every major franchise in the last 50 years. Nothing more so than the St. Louis Rams.
By Tom Anselm
They say that age is relative. And that’s true in my case. All my relatives are aging. I can see it in their faces. Some have grown ‘jolly of girth”, others gray of hair, and still others have sprouted what granddaughter Ella calls “crumbles.” You know, those awesome lines and crevices that seem to crop up overnight in even the best of visages.
The Dining Divas
By Lisa Kampeter
Of all the Dining Divas articles I’ve written throughout the years, this was the easiest to compose. What makes this strange is that I wasn’t even in attendance for the dinner. So how do you write an article about a dining experience with a group of ladies when you’re absent? It’s called history.
When I sat down yesterday to watch the Rams game, little did I know that I would be watching one of the best Rams games that I had seen in years. With the stadium half full of Bears fans, I thought that it would be the same old situation – the Rams have a big game one weekend and then fall on their face the next.
That certainly wasn’t the case, as they came to play on Sunday right from the start.
What a treat it has been for St. Louis soccer fans as they have been been able to witness 3 international soccer matches at the highest level. On the negative side though, the old saying goes that you can only go to the well so many times.
By Lisa Kampeter
“What is this? A meat market?” That’s what the Colorful Diva first said when she joined the rest of the Dining Divas for our dinner outing last month.« Previous Entries Next Entries »