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Spread joy, not germs in holiday cooking

Holiday foods can create lasting memories … and not the good kind, if foodborne illnesses caused by improper preparation, temperature or storage make your family or guests sick. But take heart, a few tips from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can help keep germs in check.

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New book maps out St. Louis-area restaurants

The book can serve as a trip down memory lane for life-long patrons of the area, or it can serve as a guide for newcomers looking to discover what St. Louis has to offer in the way of cuisine. And it’s a great tool to keep handy when no one can decide on a place to eat!

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Helping Circle Of Concern

Elks Lodge #9 on Ladue Road recently wrapped up a very successful six-month-long food drive with all donations going to Circle Of Concern Food Pantry.

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We believe in Santa

In 1897, Laura Virginia O’Hanlon sent a letter to The [New York] Sun asking if Santa Claus was real. We heartily agree with The Sun’s reply: Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.  

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