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New Movies film capsulte

Last of the Summer Movies

By Sandra Olmsted

Before the leaves begin to change, there are a few movies in the theaters to catch or perhaps avoid, depending on ones tastes. Here’s a summary of the late summer and early Fall films

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Tunica, Memphis visit

It Seems Like Old Times

For Our Girls Trio in Tunica

by Pat Lindsey

When my friends, Linda and Carol, and I decided to go on a “girls getaway” at the end of summer, we chose a destination within hours of home that would be a fun three days, but not too exhausting. That’s because this was the first trip for this travel trio in more than two years since Linda was diagnosed with cancer. After two major surgeries and rounds of chemo and radiation, she still has some bad days, so we wanted to make sure that if an emergency arose we would be near a good hospital or be able to get back home in a matter of hours.

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Fundraiser for Hazelwood POLICE OFFICER SEPT. 3

Officer Taylor benefit

Variety Was Key to Muny Season

Cast of Aida (7)

‘Aida’ Closes Muny’s 98th Season

On a High Note of Love and Peace

by Pat Lindsey

The final show of The Muny season is always bittersweet because it signifies that the end of summer is near and we’ll have to wait until next June to enjoy sitting beneath the stars and losing ourselves in the genius of Mike Isaacson again.

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Summertime Dining

Dining Divas Try Out Traditionally

‘Weber ‘ Backyard Barbecue Indoors

   By Lisa Kampeter

Summertime. Barbecue. Hanging Out With Friends. What’s Not To Love!!!

**Lisa Kampeter photo**The Dining Divas Spent A Summer Evening Together Enjoying Some Barbecue And Each Other’s Company At Weber Grill Restaurant In The St. Louis Galleria This Past Month.   The Same People Who Introduced The Backyard Sensation Of The Kettle Grill Have Now Brought The Sensation Indoors To St. Louis.

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Muny Shines Again with Classic production

Tevye and the familly are thrilled with the newest addition.

Tevye and the familly are thrilled with the newest addition.

Keeping With Tradition:

Fiddler on the Roof is Magnificent!

by Pat Lindsey

The orchestra was on the stage, the fiddler was on the roof, and the audience was enjoying a soothing breeze at The Muny Saturday night as it became enveloped in “Tradition” during the opening of “Fiddler on the Roof.” This is the story of Russian Jews living in the small village of Anatevka, Russia in 1905 when Russia was still an empire ruled by a tsar. While much of Western Europe was becoming more free and democratic, Russia was still rooted in traditional ideas of absolute monarchy.

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