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How Well Do You Know Your State? We all recognize the bald eagle as a symbol of the United States.  Symbols such as this represent the cultural heritage and natural treasures of each state or the entire USA.  States…

Whether you are staying in a hotel, B&B or guest house, enjoying the many historical sites, staying with friends and family, or exploring incredible shops and restaurants – your transportation options have been expanded – St. Charles has a…

Sweet Laughter

ComedySportz is the live comedy entertainment in St. Charles you’ve been waiting for! Every Saturday night at 7:30pm, ComedySportz delivers laughter, friendly competition, and fun on the second floor of the Sugar Cubed candy store on Historic Main Street….

Seasons of the Muny Although not stage actors, Kwofe Coleman and Emily Parker have all the charisma of leading stars. They were kind enough to meet me to talk about the Muny’s 100th Anniversary Season this year, and after…

Have you “cut the cord” yet?  Or are you just looking to move beyond Netflix, Hulu or amazon? You can widen your binge-worthy horizons with a smorgasbord of viewing options that have flown under the radar. I cancelled cable…

On the surface, Four Color Eulogy is a film about friends, family, and comic books but in reality, it is about much more. Jason Contini and his father, John Contini, are icons in the St. Louis Theatre community, having…

Shaking the Tree

I was trying to think of some good news to start the year off right, so I popped in my new go-to feel good movie, Wonder Woman.  Then the Golden Lasso of Truth showed me what I needed to…

Rolling Around

Lyle Woodruff remembers watching the trains come through Rochester, Illinois when he was just six-years-old. And he’s been captivated with trains ever since. “Some people like trucks, or race cars or hunting. I’m fascinated with trains,” said Woodruff, who is retired from Nestle Purina.  His…