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Dog Rescued From Ledge By Stray Rescue St. Louis

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Stray Rescue of St. Louis recently posted video of their staff rescuing Jerrell the dog from an abandoned home. In the blog post accompanying the video, founder of Stray Rescue, explained the condition of the house that Jerrell was living in. “As we made our way in, we saw filthy sheets and many syringes, so we know a drug addict is squatting there. After walking by the sickening make-shift heroin area, we found the stairs and it made sense now how a dog could be trapped up there. The stairwell was missing stairs and there were very...

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Blues Beat LA Kings Behind Tarasenko’s Hat Trick

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The St. Louis Blues beat the Los Angeles Kings 5-2 last night behind three goals from Vladimir Tarasenko. The Blues are now 21-8-2 on the season and sit one point behind the Chicago Blackhawks in the Central Division. Tarasenko’s goals were his 18,19 and 20th on the season, which ties him for second in the league in goals scored. The goals also make him the first Blue since Brett Hull in the 1996-97 season to record two hat tricks in a season. The Blues play their next three games on the road before returning to Scottrade Center on...

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150 Years of Anheuser-Busch In Two Minutes

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The Anheuser-Busch Brewery sits prominently in the Soulard neighborhood just south of downtown St. Louis. We’ve highlighted the free tours offered of the brewery before in this space. Here’s a brief history of the company, now called Anheuser-Busch InBev, condensed into a two minute video by Fast Company.   Interested to read more about the history of Anheuser-Busch? Here is some suggested reading: Under the Influence: The Unauthorized Story of the Anheuser-Busch Dynasty Written in the early 1990s by two reporters from the...

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See ‘Wet Hot American Summer” Tonight for FREE at MX Movies

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  As part of the MX Independent Film Festival, MX Movies across the street is showing Wet Hot American Summer tonight for free at 7 pm and 10 pm. Director David Wain filmed his 2001 cult classic over 28 rainy days in Wayne County, Pennsylvania in the early summer of 2000. The film star a plethora of actors and actresses that would go on to do quite well for themselves in the industry. Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce and Michael Ian Black, Paul Rudd, Molly Shannon, Amy Poehler and Bradley Cooper all appeared in a film made for an...

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One Direction Plays St. Louis This Wednesday

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The Edward Jones Dome will host a concert this Wednesday for the first time since July 25, 2003. One Direction will be making a stop here on their “Where We Are 2014″ tour. They are a far cry from the last musicians to play the Dome; Metallica, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park and Mudvayne. Tickets to the show are sold out, but you can get tickets on Stubhub if you really want to go. If you’re wondering who exactly this One Direction bunch is, they were five solo acts put together by Simon Cowell on The X Factor back in 2010 and...

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STL Beers: 4 Hands Brewing Company

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St. Louis and beer go together like Chicago and hot dogs. This beautiful relationship dates back even further than the 1861 wedding of Adolphus Busch and Lily Anheuser. In the mid-1800s St. Louis was home to over 50 breweries. Prohibition of course got in the way of the beer scene and left one major player in the area, Anheuser-Busch, for much of the 20th century. Saint Louis Brewery, makers of Schlafly, didn’t start brewing beers until 1991. When the Schlafly Tap Room opened in December of  ’91, it became the first brewpub to...

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STL Beers: St. Louis Craft Beer Week

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St. Louis Craft Beer Week 2014 is packed with events across the St. Louis area. Beer festivals, tap takeovers, special releases and more are on tap.

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The Laurel Update – July 2014

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The July Resident newsletter from The Laurel Apartments in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.

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STL Beers: Alpha Brewing Company

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St. Louis and beer go together like Chicago and hot dogs. This beautiful relationship dates back even further than the 1861 wedding of Adolphus Busch and Lily Anheuser. In the mid-1800s St. Louis was home to over 50 breweries. Prohibition of course got in the way of the beer scene and left one major player in the area, Anheuser-Busch, for much of the 20th century. Saint Louis Brewery, makers of Schlafly, didn’t start brewing beers until 1991. When the Schlafly Tap Room opened in December of  ’91, it became the first brewpub to...

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STL Beers: Saint Louis Brewery

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Saint Louis Brewery, makers of Schlafly beer, began brewing beers in St. Louis in 1991.

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