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By Lisa Kampeter
People always ask me how long the Dining Divas have been getting together. I can’t remember exactly, but I know I’ve had three different jobs since the beginning. The Italian Diva trumps me by three or four more (but who’s counting). I know we’ve been around as long as the series Survivor and plan to outlast it. You’d think we’d tire of it…well, actually, why would you think that? Dining out (not having to cook). Getting together with the ladies (lots of laughs). Checking out new restaurants (lots of great food). We’ll never tire of it!
Hazelwood will be hosting its summer concert finale featuring Super Jam’s “Tribute to the ‘70’s & ‘80’s,” which has been moved from Truman Park to White Birch Park, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. followed by the rescheduled Fourth of July spectacular pyro-musical fireworks display.
Live Music, Games, Booths, Food, Kids Events
The organizers of this year’s Ferguson StreetFest must believe that variety is the spice of life, because the festival will offer a variety of bands and a variety of activities.
By Maggie Scott
Actors know, or should know, about the traditional warning of the hazards of working with babies and cute animals on screen. But, the scene-stealing drawbacks are weighed by smart actors against the big box-office payoff potential of an audience-pleasing partnership.
by Sandra Olmsted
Zombies and ghosts and witches! Oh my! Co-directors Sam Fell and Chris Butler, who also wrote the script, deftly interweave humor, death, and elusions to and twists on classic horror genres in their delightful 3D, stop-motion, animated film, ParaNorman.
Story and Photos By Nicole Butler
St. Ferdinand Park was packed full this past Saturday evening Aug. 18. Why? Probably because Butch Wax and the Hollywoods are voted one of the top favorite Missouri bands, and they just so happened to be performing in Florissant that evening for one of the annual Music Under the Stars concerts« Previous Entries Next Entries »