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FedUpVet January 28, 2014 at 11:27 am
Funny how everyone with a "cause" feels the need to shove it down everyone's throat at allRead More times. People who don't push agendas such as traditional marriage simply and quietly go about their lives and mostly keep to themselves but now have to defend their rights that they always had just to keep those rights (not just traditional marriage). If someone wants to be gay, get married and live their lives that way it's fine by me. Just don't shove it in our faces when we're watching a supposedly "family orientated" event on world wide media. Just imagine the outrage if it had been the other way around with a traditional marriage rights group advocating just that on prime time national television.
C. Panter January 30, 2014 at 02:10 pm
Not everyone on that stage was gay/lesbian. I expected nothing less, though, considering the song,Read More than what was done. Besides, the media love cramming "gayness" down society's throat, even though less than 5% of the population is gay/lesbian.
Beth von Behren August 15, 2013 at 05:28 pm
Philip: I watched MetroLink being built from my back yard, but I have no idea what it's real nameRead More is. Guess I'm just not hip enough.
SuzAnne Paez August 25, 2013 at 04:11 pm
I did not see the following, if you are from here you would know that one of the standard questionsRead More is: "Where did you go to school" anyone out side of here would be wondering, what kind of question is that. For us who have lived here, know exactly what it means!
Philip August 27, 2013 at 08:55 am
Beth, The original name is Bi-State with plenty of cuss words following. This is due to their habitRead More of stranding riders whenever they can get away with it.
Cunning Pam July 12, 2013 at 10:44 pm
The link for the full review of Pacific Rim instead goes to the page with the full review of WhiteRead More House Down.
Ryan Martin (Editor) July 13, 2013 at 01:13 pm
Sorry about that. It's been fixed now!
Jordan Lanham June 20, 2013 at 01:44 pm
Where is someplace you could go for a girls get-away weekend?
Lindsay Toler June 20, 2013 at 02:53 pm
I need a place to take a one year old on nice days. Any suggestions on a place that's outdoors butRead More not dangerous for a toddling little one?
Lizzy Shake June 21, 2013 at 07:43 am
I have no advice on places to take babies (except maybe the Zoo or Forest Park), but a girls'Read More weekend at the Moonrise in conjunction with a show at the Pageant would be fabulous! I wish I would have gotten some girls together for the recent Go-Gos show!
Summer concerts abound in Ellisville and Ballwin. The first kicks off Thursday night at Bluebird Park. Photo Credit: Gregg Palermo
George Sackett June 5, 2013 at 09:52 am
Come early to Bluebird Park and enjoy the sounds of Salt of the Earth and cruise the Farmers MarketRead More (4-7:30). Pick up some food and beverages for an enjoyable evening.
Robin Garrison Leach May 30, 2013 at 03:47 pm
Want a series that will make you smile? Try the "Chet and Bernie" series by Spencer Quinn.Read More The first book in the series is "Dog On It". If you're a dog lover or a mystery lover you'll enjoy these breezy books about Bernie, a hapless detective, and his dog, Chet. The books are told through Chet's eyes; he adores his human friend, Bernie and thinks he's the smartest detective on the planet. Together, they solve crimes that are interesting and full of clever twists. The dialog will delight you and the bond between Chet "The Jet" and Bernie gives each book a warm perspective. Can Bernie solve the crime? He can as long as Chet is there to help him decode the clues. There are six books in the series. The newest, "A Fistful of Collars",came out last September. You don't HAVE to read them in order, but you'll enjoy them more if you do, to see how Chet and Bernie's world is populated and how their bond grows.
Laurie Shaffer May 30, 2013 at 04:42 pm
One of my favorite authors for adult readers is Maeve Binchy. Her novels of women's lives inRead More Ireland, with her depictions of relationships and Irish village life, would be perfect summer reads.
Cherryl Dillon June 4, 2013 at 07:09 am
Hey, Jordan! What about the new trilogy written by a new hometown author? It is called,Read More "Satellite" by Lee Davidson. She was born and raised and still lives in this area. The book was just released. Check it out!
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