St. Louis culture gives us winning baseball, riverfront sightseeing and world-renowned museums, but the tastier side of the Gateway to the West offers traveling gourmet food trucks and the smiling chefs inside.
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Jesus taught us how to love and serve, but what has happened in the last 2,000 years to make us forget the main focus of our Christian identity? Diving deeper into Joel Osteen’s Prosperity Gospel could give us some answers.
Continue reading “The Poverty of the American Dream”
Some say caffeine is bad for you, but as a college kid plunging full speed into finals, I keep caffeine very close. So which one, coffee or tea, will offer the best mix of health and happiness?
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In a time when there is civil discourse running rampant and no one can seem to agree on anything, a piece of history is only causing a greater divide.
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Style doesn’t always mean dressing in the latest trends. Individuality is the new black. These 10 Spartans know the importance of dressing like themselves, not dressing like Kim K or Usher.
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As social media grows as our main source of connection, some sites are recognizing the danger of being too connected.
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A unique menu and noteworthy mission statement make one St. Louis coffee shop stand out above the rest, and it’s several miles west of downtown.
Continue reading “VB Chocolate Bar offers Local Touch, and so Much S’more”
Many people call St. Louis one of the best cities in America, so I set out this summer to explore all the wonderful businesses, restaurants, museums, parks and various forms of entertainment this legendary city has to offer.
Photo by: Kelsey McDowell
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Rise Coffeehouse is celebrating every little part of St. Louis by advocating for locally grown ingredients and being intentional about where they buy their coffee.
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