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6th ANNUAL SATURDAY JUBILEE FOOD DRIVE – JULY 26TH, 2014
ST. LOUIS, July 18, 2014 – On Saturday, July 26, St. Louis’ largest distributor of free food for the hungry, Operation Food Search, is hosting Saturday Jubilee, a community-wide food drive to restock its distribution center this summer. The 6th annual Saturday Jubilee is from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at 118 grocery stores throughout the St. Louis region, including Dierbergs Markets, Schnuck Markets, Walmart Stores, Straub’s Markets, Price Chopper, and Shop ‘n Save. For a complete listing of Saturday Jubilee collection sites, visit www.OperationFoodSearch.org.
New Episode Debuts Sunday, July 27 at noon (CDT) on MSNBC featurea Spanish Lake veteran
The monthly event and docu-series Wounded: The Battle Back, which profiles the harrowing stories of wounded veterans, returns July 27 with “Dennis.” Presented by Wounded Warrior Project®, the series highlights the 10th anniversary of the non-profit service organization and brings to life the experiences of wounded warriors suffering both visible and invisible wounds as they struggle to reclaim their post-war lives.
Operation Food Search, FEAST Magazine and more than 70 top local restaurants are partnering for a delicious restaurant campaign throughout the entire month of July. Participating restaurants have each created a special tomato-inspired dish to feature on their menu. Each time the dish is sold during this month-long campaign, Operation Food Search will receive a share of the proceeds to nourish hungry families. For a list of restaurants and their Tomato Explosion dishes, visit www.OperationFoodsearch.org or www.feaststl.com.
A Boomer’s Journal
By Tom Anselm
About a year ago, we ran a story about a young film maker from Los Angeles who spent his early years in Spanish Lake and was planning on doing a documentary about how his old neighborhood had changed.
By Lisa Kampeter
It’s not uncommon for the Dining Divas to have supper together and not be wowed by the restaurant. Quite often, the Wise Choice Divas find dishes they love while the Too-Afraid-to-Try-Outside-the-Box Divas aren’t impressed with what they picked. It’s hit or miss. This month’s restaurant of choice may have been one of those. One that a few of us are excited to return to, a few of us that will stop in if it’s convenient, and a few of us that will keep on driving by. But for this Diva, it’s a restaurant I will never forget.
A documentary film by a young film maker who spent his early years growing up in Spanish Lake has take hold in the St. Louis area, the films first stop in a multi-city tour
Documentary on the changes in Spanish Lake
Making a good showing at the Tivoli Theater
A documentary film by a young film maker who spent his early years growing up in Spanish Lake has take hold in the St. Louis area, the films first stop in a multi-city tour. Originally scheduled for a one-week run, “Spanish Lake” has been extended first one more week and then for an additional two weeks, according to the producer, Matt Jordan.« Previous Entries Next Entries »