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Game 1 at STL: Thursday, Oct. 3, 4:00 p.m. | TBS Game 2 at STL: Friday, Oct. 4, 12:00 p.m. | MLBN Game 3 at TBD: Sunday, Oct. 6, TBD | TBS Game 4 at TBD: Monday, Oct. 7, TBD | TBS or MLBN Game 5 at STL: Wednesday, Oct. 9, TBD | TBS NLCS Game 1: Friday, Oct. 11, TBD | TBS Game 2: Saturday, Oct. 12, TBD | TBS Game 3: Monday, Oct. 14, TBD | TBS Game 4: Tuesday, Oct. 15, TBD | TBS Game 5: Wednesday, Oct. 16, TBD | TBS Game 6: Friday, Oct. 18, TBD | TBS Game 7: Saturday, Oct. 19, TBD | TBS

1/8 (3.8” x 2.5”):……………… $80 Rams Football 1/4 (3.8” x 5.1”): ……………… $140 Sun, 10/6 vs Jaguars 12:00p 1/2(h) (7.75” x 5.1”):………… $240 Sun, 10/13 @ Texans 12:00p Mizzou Football 1/2(v) (3.8” x 10.25”):……… $240 Sat, 10/5 @ Vanderbilt 6:30p Full (7.75” x 10.25”): ……… $440 Sat, 10/12 @ Georgia 11:00a Discounts available for multiple runs. Advertising is paid in advance. Ad design included (restrictions apply).

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Tuesday’s from 8 PM to midnight. ONLY $7! Includes longnecks & rails.

Best Homemade Bloody Mary’s served EVERY DAY!

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Catch every game & every team here! Friendly’s can the sports fan in you! EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY! IN HONOR of STAN “THE MAN”

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$6 Pitchers of Budwieser & Bud Light $6 Hamburger and Fries • $6 Salute Vodka Drinks $6 Buckets of Blue Diamond Beer

Home Team Specials! Catch your favorite team on one of our 40 TV’s and Premium Sports Packages will satisfy the fan in you!

Buckets of Natty Light & PBR: $10.50 Buckets of Domestic Beer: $12.50

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For all the nature lovers you can enjoy a behind the scenes tour that explores the Heart of Forest Park and its trees. Learn about the trees in an up close and personal way with an Urban Forester and Forest Park Forever horticulturist. It is a great opportunity to learn firsthand how these giants are cared for in an urban environment. There are approximately 18,000 trees in Forest Park. Take the time to get out and get some fresh air and a new perspective on Forest Park by taking a walk in the park. These tours are free to the public and, if leashed, you can bring along your pet. For complete information on these Heart of Forest Park Walking tours please contact Forest Park Forever at tours@forestparkforever.org or call (314) 367-7275. Forest Park is one of the gems of St. Louis and you can learn about its place in the fabric of St. Louis life by going on one of several different types of tours offered by Forest Park Forever. You can chose from self-guided tours, then and now tours, or create your own group bus tour. Forest Park is known as the “heart of St. Louis” and is truly one of the best urban parks in the country. It features a variety of attractions and is home to five of our region’s major institutions: the St. Louis Art Museum, the St. Louis Zoo, the St. Louis Science Center, the Missouri History Museum, and the Muny amphitheater. There are all kind of recreational facilities in the Park, including the Dwight Davis Tennis Center, the Steinberg Skating Rink, the Boathouse Restaurant (with boat rentals), the Forest Park Country Club, the Highlands Golf and Tennis Center, handball courts, and fields for softball, baseball, soccer, cricket, rugby, and archery. The park also features extensive walking and bicycling paths. There is something for everyone. Almost all St. Louisans know that Forest Park was the site of the 1904 World’s Fair, but here are a few more interesting facts about the park.

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• Forest Park was dedicated at a large public ceremony on June 24, 1876 — the year the nation celebrated its centennial anniversary. Ulysses S. Grant was President. • The Park consists of 1,371.75 acres, and today is the seventh largest urban park in the United States, approximately 500 acres larger than New York City’s Central Park. It is a natural oasis in an urban environment. • Maximillian G. Kern, Forest Park superintendent and landscape gardener, designed the Park’s original plan. Kern also designed Lafayette Park and parks at the Compton Hill and Chain of Rocks Reservoirs. • At one time the River des Peres ran openly through the park but, due to sanitary concerns, a portion was put underground in a wooden box shortly before the 1904 World’s Fair. A 1923 bond issue funded the project that took the river underground permanently. By the 1930s, the portion of the River des Peres that runs through Forest Park was diverted entirely underground into huge concrete pipes. The river remains underground in the park. More recently, an artificial waterscape linking park lakes has been created. • More than 12 million visitors a year use Forest Park. Hundreds of thousands come to participate in softball, cricket, rugby, tennis, golf, archery, lacrosse and soccer. They also ride bikes, ice and roller skate, roller-blade, jog, fish and boat. An estimated half million people attend special events, such as the Great Forest Park Balloon Race, each year and an additional half million patronize The Muny. • Within the Park boundaries there is a primary forest, a secondary successional forest, and several fragile ecosystems. The park’s acreage includes meadows and trees, and a variety of ponds, manmade lakes, and freshwater streams. Forest Park Forever, a private, nonprofit organization, was founded in 1986 to work in partnership with the City of St. Louis and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry to remake and restore Forest Park to its rightful place as one of the country’s premier urban parks. Since the early 2000s, a $100 million restoration of park facilities through a public-private partnership aided by its Master Plan has restored Forest Park with work ongoing to improve both landscaping and habitat. Over several years numerous areas of prairie and wetlands in the park have been restored. These new habitats are serving not only to reduce flooding, but to attract an increased variety of birds and wildlife. They provide a much more varied experience for walkers and bikers in the park. One hundred and thirty years after its official opening, Forest Park has undergone a renaissance. Forest Park is a unique cultural institution that is vitally important to the entire region, regardless of age, race, or economic background. The goal now is to ensure that Forest Park remains an extraordinary resource for future generations.

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MONDAY: INDUSTRY NIGHT!

Happy Hour From 3pm Until Close. Drink Specials. 1/2 Price Appetizers & Pizzas.

TUESDAY: Prime Rib Specials All Day Long!

FRIDAY: FRUGAL FRIDAY!!!!!!

9pm Until Close. $1 Beer Specials. $3 Bomb and Shot Specials.

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SAINT LOUIS ORCHESTRA

Do You Drink? Individuals 21 and older who drink regularly are needed for research study about addiction & stress. Participation involves one study visit. Compensation provided.

Robert Hart Baker, Conductor Friday, October 4 , 2013, at 8:00 PM

Purser Auditorium: Logan College of Chiropractic campus 1851 Schoettler Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

King Lear Overture, Op. 4 . Hector Berlioz Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46 Edvard Grieg Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 “Pathetique” Pyotr Tchaikovsky For ticket information or assistance, please contact: P.O. Box 220437 • St. Louis, MO 63122 or call 314-421-3600 www.stlphilharmonic.org

Location: Saint Louis University, Shannon Hall Call Jeremiah for more info: 314-977-2293 or wagerlab@slu.edu PI: J. Weinstock, PhD; Saint Louis University IRB #22914; Approved 03/19/2013; Board #3

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Beer Specials For ALL Cardinals Games!

3024 S. Grand BLVD.

We have food, drink, and event specials frequently.

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BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DAILY SPECIALS

100 South 4th Street • Saint Louis, MO

314-436-1741 • LocalDeli.net Monday - Friday: 7 am - 3 pm

MISSOURI BAR & GRILLE 701 North Tucker Blvd.

314-231-2234 missouribarandgrille.com

Featuring THE most overworked Jagermeister machine this side of the Mississippi!

FREE SHUTTLE to and from all Cardinal games!

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Monday-Friday: “Cafeteria Style” Lunch Buffet (1 entree, 2 sides)… $6.75 1/4 Burger, Fries, & Soft Drink ... $4.99 Both Specials until 2:00PM

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ST. LouIS HAPPENING 22ND ANNUAL BEST OF MISSOURI MARKET

Friday, October 4, 2013 Until Sunday, October 6, 2013 At The Missouri Botanical Garden. Over 120 Missouri food producers and craftsmen offer fresh produce, baked goods, fresh and dried flowers, herbs, handcrafted items, baskets, wooden toys, custom jewelry and more. Live music and a Kids Corner with cow milking, pumpkin decorating and barnyard animals. Held rain or shine under tents. 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (4); 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (5-6) http://www.mobot.org/, (314) 577-5100 or (800) 642-8842

AMERICAN ARTS EXPERIENCE ST. LOUIS

Friday, October 4, 2013 Until Sunday, October 20, 2013 At Various Venues. A festival showcasing St. Louis’ rich and diverse artistic community over 17 days and nights in all mediums of American arts. http://www.americanartsstl.org/

SCAREFEST: THE HAUNTING OF LEMP BREWERY 2013 (DATES VARY)

Friday, October 4, 2013 Until Sunday, October 20, 2013 At The Lemp Brewery. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, this haunted attraction takes visitors 40 feet underground into the authentic caves and caverns that lie below the historic brewery where no one car hear them scream. http://www.scarefest.com/

JAGUAR CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE 2013

Saturday, October 5, 2013 At The Kemp Auto Museum This event features vintage Jaguars of every era from the earliest to the latest, all in the same condition as when they rolled off the assembly line in Coventry, England. These exquisite cars and many other Jaguars traveling from other region will vie for awards at this highly competitive event. Visitors can expect to see iconic XK models, e-types, pre-jaguars including the 1930 Austin Swallow (one of two in the country), as well as the recently released 2014 F-type. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase. 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. www.kempautomuseum.org, (636) 537-1718

El Paisano

Authentic Mexican Cuisine LIVE MARIACHI BAND

Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the Month At Our Watson Location

Delmar Happy Hour 4-7pm TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 3315 Watson Rd. St. Louis, MO 63139

314-645-7455

J & A’s Bar&Grill

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Friday, October 11, 2013 Until Sunday, October 13, 2013 At Soulard Neighborhood, 3Rd Street & Lafayette. An authentic German festival featuring German Folk Dancers, German foods and German beers along with a selection of popular local and domestic beers. http:// www.soulardoktoberfest.com/, (314) 335-7580 Saturday, October 12, 2013 At Historic Laclede’s Landing Entertainment District. This event features two stages and some of the city’s best original rock-alternative bands and cover groups along with activities, giveaways and seasonal drink and food deals. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m. www.lacledeslanding.com

GO! ST. LOUIS HALLOWEEN RACE

314-725-2203

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SOULARD OKTOBERFEST

ROCKTOBERFEST

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64oz PITCHERS All Day, Every Day

$2.00 Can Beers $3.00 Well Drinks ALL DAY, EVERY DAY!

J & A’s BARBEQUE THURSDAY-SATURDAY

Sunday, October 13, 2013 In Downtown St. Louis This event features Missouri’s largest 10K race and attracts many of the region’s elite runners, along with thousands of runners and walkers of all ages and abilities. The event also includes a 5K, 1-Mile Run Run and half marathon. Participants are encouraged to dress in costume to celebrate the season. The course starts and finishes in downtown St. Louis and includes plenty of scary cool things. www. gostlouis.org, (314) 727-0800

Homemade Pizzas • Salads • Chili Soups • Sandwiches • DAILY SPECIALS! SMOKING PERMITTED HERE

MONDAY-SATURDAY • 10AM - 1:30AM

10 North Newstead Ave.

314-534-0335

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SUNDAY FOOTBALL

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1712 South 9th Street • in Soulard • 314-436-2707 • carsonssportsbar.com

Newly Remodeled

PARTY ROOMS ★ Fantasy Football Parties ★ ★ Bachelor & Bachelorette Parties ★ ★ Multiple Big HD Screens ★

There is NEVER a charge to book our party room!

Party Room

Unwind and enjoy outdoor seating on our beautiful patio. BREAKFAST

KARAOKE

Thursday-Saturdays 9pm - 1am

Served on Sundays from 10am - 2pm

SPORTS SHUTTLE

Shuttle service to and from Ram’s & Blue’s Home games!

The 4th Annual Ron Dempsey Memorial Golf Tournament

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To benefit the St.Louis Police Department Third District

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Forest Park Golf Course

10:00 am Registration • 11:00am Shotgun Start

Play or be a Sponsor!

Sandy Dempsey: 314-718-0599 • Wayne Mesplay: 314-598-3332

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