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Jay Leno

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Jay Leno

Media critic, Ed Martin, probably described him best. He called Jay Leno “a fabulously wealthy everyman who never stopped being a regular guy.”

Some Gave All

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Local foundation gives kids of fallen heros a chance at a college education

Some Gave All

Nobody seems to remember who said, “All gave some. Some gave all.” But there are many who deeply understand its meaning, to be sure. Harold Hogarth is making sure no one forgets.

Everyday Counts

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Dr. Curtis Cain

Everyday Counts

After a year leading the fastest growing school district in the state, Dr. Curtis Cain says he can’t think of anywhere he’d rather be.

Friendship Brewing Co.

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Three legs of a barstool: making craft beer

Friendship Brewing Co.

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name. The familiar theme song from the 1980s television sitcom “Cheers” comes to mind when partners Brian Nolan and Dan Belcher describe their plans for a new craft beer brewery in the old downtown section of Wentzville.

Eat St. Louis

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Move over food trucks; pedestrian foodie crossing

Eat St. Louis

Did you know that the recipe for provel cheese was developed in St. Louis? Or that provel cheese is made in Wisconsin specifically for the St. Louis area? Did you know hot salami was commissioned by Charlie Gioia in 1918 on The Hill and that his special recipe is still made in the same pot today—a pot whose handles have been soldered on numerous times? Ever wonder why there are so many shotgun houses on The Hill?

For the Love of Wine

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Bella Vino

For the Love of Wine

One of my first wine instructors at Napa Valley’s Culinary Institute of America would remind us that “the best way to learn nothing about wine is to always drink the same wine.” I agree. There is much to be gained by being daring, trying something new. After all, the investment in a glass of wine is minimal and likely to be enjoyable!

People You Should Know

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The Koechner Duo

People You Should Know

Bill Thomas and Jeanette Koechner weren’t looking for love when they ran into each other at Harry’s West over twelve years ago. But they found it.

“Heaven is for Real” is the possibility of the impossible!

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Kelley Lamm gets personal with Todd Burpo.

“Heaven is  for Real” is the possibility of the impossible!

“Heaven is for Real” is the spellbinding true story of a small-town father who must find the courage and conviction to share the extraordinary, life-changing experience of his son Colton’s trip to heaven and back with the world.

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