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Knoxville’s Game Day Plan: Five Top Picks for Visiting Mizzou Fans to Experience Beyond the Game

SEC action continues this weekend in Knoxville when Mizzou’s Tigers will take on the University of Tennessee’s Volunteers. Neylar Stadium along with the adjoining parking lots packed with tailgaters is a site to see.

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Son of Former Blues Player to Star in Production Coming to the Fox- Ticket winner announced

Sports are often an unlikely connector to many things. Such is the case of the first touring production of Fun Home, the Tony Award winning best musical of 2015, which opens at the Fabulous Fox Theatre November 15.

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It’s A Winner! Circus Flora’s 30th Season Opener has Baseball Theme

Looks like it’s going to be another winning season at the ballpark. Make that the ballpark found inside Circus Flora’s Big Top.

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Santa’s Five Top Picks on Where to Eat During the Holidays

It's December and Santa's schedule is really heating up, however, he’s never too busy to stop and eat.  Here are some of  his favorite St. Louis yuletide dinner destinations for the family.

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Talking Turkey; Ways to cook it, ways to avoid the work and order your dinner


This week Americans are expected to roast, smoke and fry nearly 46 million Thanksgiving turkeys. It’s a tradition that cooks anxiously await all year long-- and non-cooks fear.

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Learn to catch and cook Asian Carp

 

The Asian Carp population is growing in our area. Here are some recipes to encourage fishermen to catch them.

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Baseball Food for a good cause: Hot Dog Festival in Kansas City, Cup Cakes in St. Louis

There are two sports foods that are being featured this month and participating in either of them will help a charity. In St. Louis, fans can support Cardinals Care by buying a certain red cupcake and on the other side of the state Kansas City will be holding a hot dog festival to benefit the Negro Leagues Museum.

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Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center Celebrates All-Star Week


If you play it, they will come. The Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center on Hwy F in Defiance, Missouri had a baseball look to it the weekend in honor of the MLB All-Star Game. Ball players descended on the grounds, but it wasn't baseball, it was Town Ball. The Daniel Boone Home, nestled upon the rolling hills of wine country represents life in the early 1800s. It brings the legacy of Daniel Boone to life.

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Fourth of July Weekend Barbecue Part 1: BBQ Budget Basics

Summertime, and the grills have been sizzling since Memorial Day with burgers, brats and pork steaks. All are traditionally less expensive meats that make the backyard barbecue bash affordable. However, cheaper meats cuts are usually less tender and require a little extra care.

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Super Snacks for Super Bowl

This Sunday when the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL's biggest game of the year, there will be much hoopla surrounding the game. No, we're not talking about "deflate-gate"-- we are talking about the buffet table.

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