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“We came up with some fun names for our gift packages, just to give people a smile,” said Behm, owner of Maypop Coffee & Garden Shop, which opened in May 2018 in Webster Groves, near St. Louis. “We have a package of succulents, and it’s called ‘Everything Succs.’”
Things aren’t quite so lighthearted when planning for the next few months, though. MORE
Not too many of those attorneys created artwork to show that, however.
“At some point in elementary school, in one of those projects where you tell people what you think you’ll be doing, I drew a picture of me sitting behind a judge’s bench — or what I thought was a judge’s bench — with a placard that says, ‘Judge Ida.’ I think it was in second grade,” said Shafaie, an associate at Armstrong Teasdale.
Fewer still are fueled by a passion for pizza — specifically Imo’s Pizza, which Shafaie called her favorite food in the whole world. MORE
We'll come back to that issue because right now the white-haired Gammons is standing in a fake shower scene, wearing a towel across his waist, sandals and nothing else.
Not exactly something you see every day. MORE
J. Danielle Carr knew from the time she became a big fan of “Perry Mason” that she wanted to be a litigator, but her true professional passion started by throwing parties. MORE
Too much, in fact.
Think about it: The Solar Bears, like the Chiefs, continued winning amid a slumping economy and rumors about their future while galvanizing a small but fiercely loyal following. Unfortunately for the Solar Bears, their season and the 1977 movie ended the same way: The hometown team won the championship but ended up folding, leaving a city without hockey. MORE
You looked so scrawny, seemed really skittish, and your bark was kind of yippy. But, as we’d learn you could do with almost anyone, you won over my then-girlfriend (now my wife) and seemed playful enough, so we brought you home.
And then that first day while we were getting to know each other, you chomped me on the arm.
Damn dog. MORE
Remember: Freebies requiring a special theme ticket aren't included, and this list is to be taken as absolute truth, or at least until cowboy hats become a hot ballpark fashion trend (or we get a better look at some of these items). Oh, and even items ranked toward the bottom are still free, so don't even try to pretend you wouldn't take one if you're at the game. MORE
Cool. But here are some don’t-do items many fans may not have considered. For instance, at the Honda Classic:
* DON’T wear a Speedo. Like … ever, really. MORE
The lifelong St. Louis resident was working in the real estate department at Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale in 2007, and she was sitting at the desk of the law firm’s in-house counsel when Build-A-Bear called to say the company was looking for an attorney to do leases for a real estate network. MORE
After first sharing plans for our Baby Across America Tour, nearly everyone – friends, family, neighbors - responded with wide eyes and one word: Why?
They had a point. MORE
On Tuesday, Sacramento seems to have jumped into the pack of front-runners, when city mayor Darrell Steinberg announced billionaire Ron Burkle agreed to buy controlling interest in Sacramento Republic FC, according to The Sacramento Bee.
Burkle, whose net worth has been estimated at $2 billion by Forbes magazine, owns the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins and twice has tried to buy the NBA's Sacramento Kings.
Republic FC currently plays in United Soccer League, though with a major influx in cash, this news appears to push Sacramento alongside St. Louis, Detroit and Phoenix in a group of front-runners for an expansion team. MORE
Well, within a matter of years, that'll be virtually possible. Better buckle up, it's time to go racing.
You're watching the Daytona 500 when the network breaks for a commercial. But instead of changing the channel, you push a special button on your remote and suddenly the race returns.
Only now you're on the track driving a Winston Cup car in real time. See, there's a reason we told you to buckle up. MORE
Some grumble and curse their bad luck as they bundle up and wish for warmer weather. Some head to Art Hill and spend the day sledding.
And some embrace the near-freezing weather by ditching coats and climbing atop on the roof of an SUV to dance their cares away — while the vehicle drives in rush-hour traffic. MORE
The St. Louis area was no exception, with a handful of notable moments happening here. MORE
The 2015 draft is over, this year's Mr. Irrelevant has been named, and we assume Mel Kiper Jr. finally put away his sunglasses.
Or, at least we hope he has. Time to judge the draft's winners and losers, on and off the draft board.
Let's do this. MORE
We need to talk.
Normally I wouldn't do this in public, but you don't seem to listen any other way.
Look, a lot of other people have been saying things behind your back, and, well, they're right. We're starting to drift apart, and it's all because of your most prized possession, SportsCenter. MORE
Sounds smart, right?
Turns out, there are some facts to back that up. MORE
Finding a good, accessible course, especially during the busy winter and early spring months, can be, however.
Keeping in mind any list of top courses or best places to play is subjective, these rank among the list of worthy spots to spend a picture-perfect South Florida day in what could be called golf’s world capital. MORE
And just like pitching a perfect game, mowing down opponents becomes increasingly difficult the deeper into the game you go.
You won't need a calculator, but you will need your best stuff to go the distance. MORE
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