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Carolyn's bizarre phone conversation with corrupt St. Louis problem housing unit. Keith Weber and Jeff Young harass Carolyn. Then Carolyn dicusses the final minutes of the call with Jeff Young. Carolyn appeared on It's My Opinion later that evening.
Massage Therapist Alice Sanvito practices in St. Louis, Missouri. You can find her at Massage-StLouis.com.
Alice has extensive education in sports and medical massage including Russian Medical, Sports Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy. She also studied gross anatomy extensively under a professor who teaches at St. Louis University Medical School and has been a staff member of the NMT Center in St. Petersburg, FL.
Schedule an appointment with Alice at (314) 609-2693.
Join the enthusiastic Coordinators of the first Midwest African American Genealogical Institute of St. Louis, and hosted by the historic Harris-Stowe State University for an exciting discussion of the courses offered over a three day period. The faculty consists of individuals wth genealogy expertise with special emphasis on African American research strategies. The Institute will offer courses for the beginner and individuals seeking to enhance their genealogy skills; role of the professional genealogist; integrating technology and learning about the history of African Americans in St. Louis.
The St. Louis Blues are among the hottest teams in the NHL. The St. Louis Rams hired, and then fired a defensive coordinator. Finally, the St. Louis Cardinals said goodbye to Stan Musial. The Cruddy Show will recap it all and then some with a roaring 40 minutes of action. Join host Corey Rudd (@CoreyRudd) and co-hosts Brad Bumpus (@BBump18), Steve Bagin (@bagsmann) and Mike "Big Red" Levin (@mlev21) every Tuesday and Friday night at 9:30 to hear the best podcast in St. Louis.&n
The St. Louis Blues started the season 2-0 on the year with victories over Detroit and Nashville. As they head into a tough matchup on Tuesday evening with the Chicago Blackhawks, the guys will review what has happened thus far and look ahead to the next week of hockey. Host Corey Rudd (@CoreyRudd) and his co-hosts will also talk some St. Louis Cardinals, Missouri Tigers basketball, and St. Louis Rams! Follow us on Twitter (@CruddyShow) and download our podcasts on iTunes!
For the first time ever, The Thinking Atheist Podcast is being recorded with a studio audience in The Crown Room at Schafley Bottleworks in St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored by The St. Louis Atheists.
No set topic. No theme. No rules. Just questions and comments from a live audience, and a free-for-all that should make for a very entertaining broadcast.
The event will record Monday April 15th for playback on Tuesday April 16th. (Because the show falls during a series of evening Missouri tour stops, this episode will post early in the day. The Thinking Atheist Radio Podcast will return to it's regular "live" show slot of 6pm U.S. Central the following week.)
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The St. Louis Blues have had a couple of days off after losing to Vancouver 3-2 early in the week and the guys will talk some puck before the Blues get back to action on Saturday night against the Edmonton Oilers. Here is a look at what the boys will discuss about the Blues, along with other agenda items:
Matt D'Agostini trade reaction How Vladdy Tarasenko has looked since his return to the lineup How important the next four games are for the Blues Any more trades on the horizon Will Matt Carpenter be an all-star at second base this season? Matt Adams and his power Mizzou hoops and Phil Pressey Alex Oriakhi's future in the NBA? Just how good is Dwayne Evans? Will MLS soccer work in STL? Follow us on Twitter! @CruddyShow
The St. Louis Cardinals are absolutely on fire as they get set to host the Milwaukee Brewers this weekend at Busch Stadium and the boys will discuss all the latest and greatest surrounding the news with the St. Louis Cardinals.
The guys will break down the possiblity of Chris Carpenter returning and discuss whether Shelby Miller can continue his torrid start to the season.
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Two years ago, the first mobile resale boutique in St. Louis, Mystique Boutique, became a reality due to the forward and creative thinking of two women, Gretchen Gannon and Ann Marie Brown. They teamed with Connections to Success to use the tractor trailer donated to them a few years ago to create a space to sell gently used or new designer items to the public while benefiting CTS.
Founded by Kathy & Brad Lambert, CTS is a charitable organization which has many programs, one of which is Dress for Success. The goal of CTS is to break the cycle of poverty one family at a time. All proceeds from the sale of clothing go to benefit the programs of Connections to Success.
About the Mystique Boutique and how all profits go to the charitable organization of Connections to Success What the Mystique Boutique needs most How you can book the Mystique Boutique for your organization or party Gretchen Gannon and Ann Marie Brown both grew up in St. Louis, MO. Both have backgrounds in the style industry. Learn more about these creative women who wanted to give back to St. Louis in a way that helps other women get the help they need to move forward with their lives.
Last Friday night the guys spoke with Tom Casey about the St. Louis Blues upcoming season. Tonight, host Corey Rudd (@CoreyRudd) and co-hosts Mike "Big Red" Levin (@mlev21) and Steve Bagin (@Bagsmann) will do more of the same as the Blues get ready to start their season on Saturday. Don't worry, there will be some St. Louis Rams football talk too, as well as some other randomness that is sure to come up! Follow our show on Twitter! (@CruddyShow)
The St. Louis Blues are set to open their season on Saturday night against the Detroit Red Wings and the guys from The Cruddy Show will preview the entire 48 game season. Listen in as the guys predict who lead the team in points, assists, penalty minutes, and many more categories this season. Follow the @CruddyShow on Twitter!
This week the St. Christopher’s Inn Recovery Radio Podcast is hosted by Director of Nursing and Admissions Laurel McCullagh who interviews David Gerber on the topic of bullying. David discusses the changing nature of bullying today in schools as well as it’s relationship to the choice to abuse chemicals, and it’s impact in chemical dependency treatment.