Moore Food: Try Greek dolmades & much more at Taste STL

cusineMoore Food: Try Greek dolmades & much more at Taste STL
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Chef Georgios Kastanias and his guests are ready for this weekend’s Taste of St. Louis taking place Saturday and Sunday at the Chesterfield Amphitheater. Today we learn see how to make Greek dolmades from Michael’s Bar & Grill …
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Anderson celebrates Greek culture
The traditional Greek food is the main reason the festival draws anywhere from 3,500 to 4,000 people a year. While people ate hand-held foods outside, visitors also could get meat and vegetable plates inside the Civic Center. There’s a personal touch to …
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The 8 Best Foods to Get You Through a Breakup
A priceless fisherman?s secret! My father doesn?t cook. He loves food, he almost lives for eating, but he doesn?t go to the kitchen that often. My mother is an… Greek Style Roasted Mushrooms with Red Pepper, Her… These Greek-Style Roasted Mushrooms …


Asparagus Recipes: 28 Soups, Tarts And So Much More

cusineAsparagus Recipes: 28 Soups, Tarts And So Much More
But you’ve done steamed. Boiled is old hat. Hollandaise on top is a classic, but … you’re ready to up your asparagus game. And we’ve got you covered, with 28 different ways to enjoy this versatile vegetable. You’ll have to act quickly, because …
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Cuppa Joe cafes offer soups, more
Cuppa Joe cafes offer soups, more. Sandwiches, soup and sweets at Kickapoo Coffee Cafe in the Third Ward and the Steaming Cup in Waukesha are reasons to pause awhile. Showing item 1 of 9. View Photo Grid. Carol Deptolla: Cuppa Joe cafes offer …
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8 all-you-can-eat soups and more at our 5th Annual Soupathon
Come and enjoy eight all-you-can-eat soups, salad and delicious homemade cookies as well as tastings of additional soups all with an international flair. This year’s theme is Soups of our Heritage, featuring soups our ancestors brought to this country …
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Opposition to Broadband Subsidies Is More About Politics Than Tech

Thomas Wheeler, chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), speaks at INTX: The Internet & Television Expo in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. The event, formerly known as the The Cable Show, has been the reimagined for doing business in the digital economy by the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA). Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Thomas WheelerOpposition to Broadband Subsidies Is More About Politics Than Tech
Nearly 30 percent of Americans still don’t have broadband at home, which remains too expensive for many of the nation’s poorest families. That’s why the Federal Communications Commission has updated a Reagan-era subsidy originally intended to help the …
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Bowser aide calls furor over St. Elizabeths chief executive ‘DC politics
The city official behind the selection of the chief executive of St. Elizabeths Hospital, who abruptly resigned this week amid questions about his qualifications, defended the choice to the D.C. Council on Wednesday. At a budget hearing for her agency, …
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For the Record: A hodgepodge of politics
We’ve finally wrapped our heads around the (not particularly surprising) Wisconsin results. And we’re ready to move on. Next up to the plate? Well, technically the Wyoming Democratic caucus on Saturday, but eh, no one’s really talking about it all that …
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IE Music Now: Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown, more at Joshua Tree Music Festival

musicIE Music Now: Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown, more at Joshua Tree Music Festival
Besides Glen Glenn, who is in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and was reportedly born in October 1934, other artists set to perform include Mad Max And The Wild Ones, The Phil Friendly Trio, Cash Prophets and Brian Dunning and the Hot Rod Trio.
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Olympia’s Rockabilly Mafia Dolls do good works — and look good doing it
Members of the Olympia Rockabilly Mafia Dolls from left, Carrie Hockman, Leah Oliver and Stephanie Seitz, put the finishing touches on their 50’s look Friday, October 23, 2015, before a benefit for Nickhole Arcade. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune.
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Cave Creek’s Legendary Buffalo Chip Saloon Destroyed by “Suspicious” Fire
Several scenes from the movie, which was co-written by New Times contributor Serene Dominic, were shot at the bar, including a performance by rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson. The establishment was scheduled to host its annual Thanksgiving festivities …
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Science Suggests Bassists Are Far More Important Than Most People Realize

musicScience Suggests Bassists Are Far More Important Than Most People Realize
Laurel Trainor, the study’s lead author, hooked up participants to an EEG to monitor brain activity while they heard simultaneous streams of two piano notes — one high-pitched, the other low-pitched. Every so often …. While I am working to better …
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Sammy Hagar Slams Eddie Van Halen: ‘You’re a Liar’
Sammy Hagar has come to the defense of Michael Anthony after the bassist was at the receiving end of some scathing, hurtful comments from Eddie Van Halen. In a two-minute video titled “In Defense of Mikey,” Hagar stands up for his former Van Halen (and …

Jazz Listings for Aug. 7-13
Bob James (through Sunday) Mr. James, a stylistically broad keyboardist and composer who helped lay the groundwork for smooth jazz, teamed up with a regular partner, the bassist Nathan East, for “The New Cool,” a duo album coming in the fall. For this …
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MusiquePlus relaunches, with music plus much more

musicMusiquePlus relaunches, with music plus much more
Pop de Jam, which starts Aug. 28, will have two younger artists hook up with a Québécois musical legend in each episode. The new-generation musicians will perform a famous track from the icon’s catalogue. The first episode will feature Patrice Michaud …
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Iggy Azalea calls out Nick Young and the Lakers
… he has a completely different demeanor off the court. In a recent interview with Australian comedy duo Hamish and Andy, pop star Iggy Azalea revealed that she and Young are engaged, but not without hesitation on Young’s part. Azalea imitates a …
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Celebrities who should get their own reality shows
New reality shows pop up all the time and many of them fail because they’re simply not interesting enough. A ‘good’ reality show only needs to be one thing – full of drama. Here are local celebrities who could make some real money from all the drama in …
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Van Isle 360 Update: Downwind ocean sailing and so much more

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Van Isle 360 Update: Downwind ocean sailing and so much more
Gripping the mainsheet, I had one eye trained on the knotmeter and one ahead towards the infamous Race Rocks. The westerly breeze had steadily built into to mid-20s to low 30s and with an ebbing tide, the waves were stacking up. Under full main and 4A …
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Unique sailboat docked on Milwaukee’s lakefront
The Areté, the largest boat ever racing in the Great Lakes, is docked outside Discovery World in Milwaukee. The 60-foot long and 61 1/2-foot wide sail boat, with a 100-foot tall mast, will be racing in the Queen’s Cup race from South Shore Yacht Club …
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Ocean Racing reporter Matt Knighton back on land, ready for Chicago Race to
CHICAGO — Matt Knighton has spoken to WGN a few times these past few months, but he’s always joined us live on a boat, from the middle of nowhere. That’s because he has a cool job: He was the on-board reporter for Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing in the Volvo …
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Healthcare needs more IT security pros – stat

trendHealthcare needs more IT security pros – stat
Technology is bringing amazing changes to the healthcare industry, but it’s also bringing the need for more IT security professionals. What’s causing this lack of talent and if you’re a security pro, how can you land a job in this growing field?
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Two Doctors and Four Others Arrested in Million Health Care Fraud
HOUSTON—Six Houstonians have been arrested on wide-ranging charges involving a $ 12 million conspiracy to commit health care fraud and to pay kickbacks, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. The arrests were made in conjunction with a search …
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Health Care Mergers Will Mean Higher Premiums
The number of health insurers competing for your business almost certainly will decrease in coming months as the big for-profit firms merge or acquire each other. The companies insist that the results will enable them to operate more efficiently …
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The Fitness Corner: Which burns more calories: walking or running?

trendThe Fitness Corner: Which burns more calories: walking or running?
I personally believe that walking is the absolute best exercise that anyone can do. Although it burns less calories than other exercises, walking is much better on the joints, does an overall great job of increasing wellness, and can be done by almost …
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Focus on Fitness: HIIT training hits the spot
Rotate the intense phase and recovery phase and repeat until you have completed 20-30 minutes. #Karen Cuevas is a member of the Fitness Team at Old Town Hot Springs. She is an NASM certified personal trainer, fitness nutrition specialist and corrective …
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Club Markham helps you surpass all fitness goals…
If you want to transform your body with a good fitness plan, then you’ve just tapped into the importance of personal training – and Club Markham can help you with first-rate personal training at exceptional facilities.

Ricky Flake: Bluegrass, Americana and more singer/songwriter stuff

musicRicky Flake: Bluegrass, Americana and more singer/songwriter stuff
This week, we’re kicking off with reviews of a new release from local favorites Delta Reign, followed by another Alabama-based bunch, Sugarcane Jane and Hannah Miller’s self-released collection. I hope readers find something to enjoy in this varied crop.

Gardenia fest brings bluegrass to Royal Oak
They’ll be pickin’ and grinnin’ Friday, April 10, when the third annual Gardenia Bluegrass & Roots Festival takes over the Royal Oak Farmers Market. This year’s lineup features Michigan favorites Frontier Ruckus, Lac La Belle and Fauxgrass alongside …
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Boxcars bring Bluegrass to Ogle Center
The electrifying sounds of banjos, Cellos, violins, and acoustic guitars filled the Ogle Center. Where the Bluegrass Band the Boxcars performed country music from various songs featured on their albums The Boxcars, All in, and It’s Just a Road. Their …
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