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It’s that time of the year, the sun is out and the temps are on the rise and that means a couple of things: either sitting at the ballpark watching the Birds or sitting next to some ice and watching the Blues.
By Tom Anselm
We are about to enter a wonderful season of the year. No, I’m not talking about springtime, golf, March Madness, baseball or hockey playoff season. I am, with tongue firmly planted in cheek, referring to… duh duh da duh…. Tax Season.
By Randy Gardner
I just read a very interesting article about sports and the many ways that it generates revenues besides the beverage prices that we all know are about 1000% inflated. One of those ways is charging to get engaged at the ballpark.
By Lisa Kampeter
It’s always exciting when a new restaurant opens up in our neck of the woods, or at least close to our neck of the woods. When I got a text from a friend recommending the Dining Divas try a new place in Alton, I was eager to check it out. Some place new, relatively close to home? Great!
By Tom Anselm
By now you will hopefully have recovered from that evil manipulation of our biological clock known as Daylight Saving Time.
I have come to wonder if it might be the work of sinister social planners who think it is a clever idea to arbitrarily change the clocks of the world for the purpose of keeping us always slightly off balance.
It’s hard to believe that Spring is finally here and the only reason I can tell is that it is College Basketball Tournament time, it is surely not by the weather. I am excited about this year’s brackets as there are surprise teams and surprise seeds all over the place.« Previous Entries Next Entries »