FOOD & DRINK
Becky Rothman, St. Louis 'Queen of Carpet,' dead at 67
ST. LOUIS — Becky Rothman, the "Queen of Carpet" whose iconic commercials featuring her flying on a rug over the Gateway Arch entertained generations of St. Louisians for nearly 30 years, died Sunday. She was 67. Rothman's nephew, Marc, confirmed her passing Monday afternoon. She had been undergoing dialysis...
How the St. Paul sandwich was created in St. Louis
Missouri's immigrants created the St. Paul sandwich in the early 1940s. Legend says it was invented by Steven Yuen at Park Chop Suey in Lafayette Square.
Sweetie Pie’s Is Making A Comeback After Family’s Murder Scandal
The city of St. Louis is set to welcome a new and improved Sweetie Pie’s restaurant months after shutting the doors on its last location and seeing one of the members of the family-run business get sentenced to life in prison. Sweetie Pie’s 2nd Act is coming to north...
Shiloh restaurant expands hours, Ballpark Village gets Italian eatery, plus beer news
Biz columnist Jennifer Green describes the metro-east place as delightful. And its added live music
Money Saver: If you’re a fan of Lululemon but don’t like paying full price, check out their like new section
ST. LOUIS – If you’re a fan of Lululemon but don’t like paying full price, check out their like new section. Shop both men’s and women’s styles for resale. Want to trade in some lulu items, you can round up your gear that is in good condition and bring it to a store. Items not accepted will go home with you.
Café Birdie's menu evokes the casual, coastal feel of a beach cafe
Jennifer Levi is bringing some of the West Coast back to her hometown in Edwardsville with the newly opened Café Birdie. Jennifer and her husband, David Levi, grew up in the St. Louis area. The couple relocated to a Seattle farm with a studio on the property to accommodate David’s glassblowing career. Jennifer spent more than two decades working in kitchens from Seattle to northern California, managing cafés and experimenting with new flavors in the midst of the Northwest’s rich and diverse food culture.
One Of Illinois’ Hidden Gems Serves The Cutest Plushies Ever
This gourmet popcorn shop in Illinois has the coolest selection of plushies you'll want to get your hands on. You'll leave with one of everything, plus delicious popcorn!. I'm a sucker for stuffed animals, especially if they're locally made. This local gourmet pop shop in Illinois, Abe's, might be famous...
Episode 236: Chillax Tap and Co
ST. PETERS, Mo. (KMOV) - Ashley and Archie Harmon opened a business during one of the toughest times – March 2020. The pandemic closed their doors just as they opened Chillax, a craft beer bar and bottle shop, before they could really get started. But the St. Charles community didn’t let them fail. In fact, they found so much demand they opened their second location this spring. The Wentzville bar is more intimate, but the new St Peters location serves up food and fun vibes. We sat down with Ashley to talk about taking her husband’s passion for beer and turning it into a thriving business. Chillax is about creating a craft beer haven for everyone, and that means those who think they don’t really like craft beer.
Western lowland gorilla Kayin arrives at Saint Louis Zoo
A male western lowland gorilla arrived at Saint Louis Zoo last week to join the zoo's bachelor program, with the long-term goal of propagating the species.
Power Swabs Offers 50% off Teeth Whitening for the summer
ST. LOUIS – Flash some pearly whites this summer! Lifestyle expert, Scott DeFalco, spoke with us about a very effective tooth-whitening product called ‘Power Swabs.’. Studies show whiter teeth takes years off your appearance and makes people more attractive. With Power Swabs, there is no big-time commitment because it takes just five minutes a day.
Drip Team Prints is the place for fun and unique items
ST. LOUIS – Need a rug that fits perfectly in your space, or want to make one for your bestie? Look no further as Drip Team Prints. If you can think it, they can make it!. They also construct neon signs, clothing, and all types of accessories. This Saturday, June 3, join the team for their grand opening!
Tim Wiggins rides the cocktail revival at his establishments and others
Tim Wiggins was once named bartender of the year. Now as co-owner of Yellowbelly, Retreat Gastropub and Lazy Tiger, he is also a consultant helping other bars and restaurants develop their own menus.
Labor turns out for Annie Malone Parade
Labor was well-represented at the Annie Malone Parade May 21 in downtown St. Louis. Lew Moye, president emeritus of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) St. Louis Chapter said the event is the second largest African American parade in the country, second only to Chicago. Representatives from the St....
Exploring St. Louis' Iconic Food Scene: From Slinger to Gooey Butter Cake and Everything in Between
St. Louis is a city with a growing and diverse food scene that still holds onto its emblematic eats. The slinger, a mixture of potato, egg, chili, cheese, and protein, is a midnight snack that can be found on menus across the city and is best enjoyed after a long night out.
Stringz EMB is out with his new single, ‘Save Me’
ST. LOUIS – Stringz EMB has had one heck of year. In April, he had an accident that broke his jaw and could have affected his singing career. He recovered and said he’s nothing but grateful in life. He’s to play at The City Winery this Friday, June 2!
MDC Warns St. Louis Residents About Increasing Black Bear Population and the Dangers of Feeding Them
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has issued a warning to residents of the St. Louis region that black bears are becoming increasingly common in the area, with the state currently home to around 900 black bears, a number that is growing by 9% each year. While the majority of bears are found in the southern part of the state, sightings and potential encounters with bears are likely to increase in the St. Louis region as the population continues to grow. As the population expands, bears are showing up in areas further north.
“Steak” out your spot at meat bingo with Alpha Brewing Company
ST. LOUIS – The last Wednesday of every month at Alpha Brewing Company is something to not miss – it’s meat bingo!. Win at bingo, and you could take home some steak and at the rising prices of everything that’s a true ‘bingo’! ”It’s Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Hit Play The Brass Menagerie Will Show Twice at the Fox This Week
No, not The Glass Menagerie, though the Wingfields will make an appearance
ZEUS Rebel Waters celebrates birthday by giving back
ST. LOUIS — Thursday June 1. Reading With Rappers at Wendy’s. Inviting children 5-9 years old to enjoy a night of reading , games and free kids meals FREE. Click here to participate. Limited space available. Saturday June 3. Zeus Live at The Dark Room ️️. Sunday...
Metro-Area Granite City Food & Brewery Closes their Doors Permanently
It's never great when we hear of any business that is closing their doors. It's great to hear that so many new businesses are opening up, but with some that are still closing, it's a reminder that it's always a great idea to eat and shop local. Granite City Food...
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