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Cinco de Mayo Join Us All Weekend For Cinco De Mayo, Starting May 2nd - May 5th Great Drink Specials • Live Music • Great Food Great Atmosphere • Free Giveaways

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IN HONOR of STAN “THE MAN” $6 Pitchers of Budwieser & Bud Light $6 Hamburger and Fries $6 Buckets of Blue Diamond Beer

Home Team Specials! (Available during all Blues Playoff and Cardinal Games) Catch your favorite team on one of our 40 TV’s and Premium Sports Packages will satisfy the fan in you!

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Cinco de Mayo (Spanish for “fifth of May”) is a celebration held on May 5. It is celebrated in the United States and regionally in Mexico, primarily in the state of Puebla, where the holiday is called El Día de la Batalla de Puebla (English: The Day of the Battle of Puebla). It originated with Mexican-American communities in the American West as a way to commemorate the cause of freedom and democracy during the first years of the American Civil War, and today the date is observed in the United States as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride. In the state of Puebla, the date is observed to commemorate the Mexican army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín. Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico's Independence Day ... the most important national patriotic holiday in Mexico ... which is celebrated on September 16.

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Urban Gardening: You Can Grow Food, No Matter Where You Live Posted on Nov 30, 2010 in DIY Projects, Urban Gardening, Farming & Homesteading

Gardening is regaining popularity as a pastime for all types of people across the world, with gardens popping up in the most unexpected places. While the traditional image of a garden may not exactly fit into the reality of most urban environments, the fact is you can grow your own food whether you live on a rural farm or in a tiny Manhattan apartment. Urban gardening is all about using space wisely to regain a closer connection with your food and beautify your home or neighborhood. There are a handful of different types of urban gardens, and the ones we’re going to focus on here are indoor gardening, container gardening, community gardening and guerilla gardening. Perhaps you’ve got a tiny townhouse yard, a balcony, a south-facing window – or perhaps you live in a basement apartment that won’t support anything but mold. You can still grow enough of your own food to save a considerable amount of money and enjoy the freshest, healthiest produce possible. Container gardening allows urban residents with small yards, patios or balconies to grow practically any plants in practically any container that will hold soil. One of the most fun parts of growing food in containers is that you can get incredibly creative with coming up with new uses for old junk. Wine barrels, used tires, feed sacks, kiddie pools, buckets, leaky watering cans and even shoes are among the items intrepid container gardeners use – and that’s just the beginning. Raised beds make a great alternative to containers and allow you to grow a lot more. Like containers, they can be placed on hard surfaces like concrete slabs or rooftops and are great for smallish spaces or yards where the soil quality isn’t so great. Raised beds are freestanding structures typically made from wood, stone or concrete that are filled with soil and compost. Most often, they’re constructed of planks of wood screwed or nailed together in sizes typically ranging from 3’ x 8’ to 5’ x 20’ and are between 8” to 3 feet in height. They keep soil warmer, provide better drainage and require less maintenance than traditional gardens.

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Beginners and experienced urban gardeners alike will also enjoy FreedomGardens.org, an online social community of gardening enthusiasts “digging their way to a free and secure food future”. Okay, so growing pumpkins, corn or zucchini indoors probably isn’t all that feasible. But, any window that gets at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight a day can support leaf crops like lettuce, endive and arugula as well as small-crop tomatoes, peppers, root crops and even bush beans. Growing vegetables indoors requires different soil requirements, watering, pollination, and pest control techniques than doing so outdoors. You must also consider things like air circulation and ambient temperature. You may need supplemental lighting – cheap shop lights from the hardware store work just as well as expensive grow lights. If you’re a total novice and growing veggies in your kitchen window seems intimidating, try herbs first. Chives, basil, parsley, oregano, cilantro, peppermint and rosemary are among the herbs that do well indoors and they’ll add lots of fresh, pesticide-free flavor to your meals.

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St. Louis Earth Day Celebration - 2nd Largest in the Country! St. Louis Earth Day built its reputation on its annual Festival and is now recognized at the 2nd largest Earth Day celebration in the country as verified by The Earth Day Network. The St. Louis community considers Earth Day an every day celebration and through its year-round programming like “Recycling On the Go” and “Green Dining Alliance” touches over a million individuals. Be part of a St. Louis tradition and join in at the 25th anniversary of the St. Louis Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 27th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the Muny Grounds of Forest Park. Enjoy three stages of entertainment, learn about sustainable products and services offered by local businesses, meet area non-profits that share the mission of Earth Day, and participate in a variety of hands-on educational activities. Make your way to the Community Stage area to enjoy free preopening activities from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. including yoga, face painting and henna, or make a mask in preparation for the All Species Parade. The Festival will officially kicks off with the All Species Parade and all are welcome to join this costume pedestrian parade through the event grounds, led by the Joia World Percussion Ensemble. Two stages feature local music all day beginning at 11 a.m., including funk and soul, folk and bluegrass, swing, and more – presented in partnership with 88.1 KDHX and The Folk School of St. Louis, a service of KDHX. At the Community Stage pavilion, experience Circus Flora and meet the birds of the World Bird Sanctuary. 6

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At the Festival, you’ll find uniquely diverse cuisine ranging from organic vegetarian jambalaya and BBQ pork bao to homemade kambucha and a hummus bar. Eight Green Dining Alliance members will be showcasing their certified sustainable food. Visit the booths of Atomic Cowboy, The Dam, Foundation Grounds, Handle Bar, Lulu’s Local Eatery, Pi Pizzeria, Onesto and Urban Eats Café to show your support. Schlafly Beer will be serving Organic Pale Ale and other favorites. Beer will be served in a Schlafly/St. Louis Earth Day souvenir cup that is both reusable and recyclable. A collection event for hard-to-recycle items returns to the Festival for a fourth year, including the DEA Medication Take-Back Initiative. Unload over a hundred different hard-to-recycle items at the Recycling Extravaganza on the same day as the Festival, across the highway in the parking lot of the St. Louis Community College Forest Park campus. A full list of acceptable items, including everything from mattresses and carpet to “anything with a cord,” is updated regularly online so you can plan your spring-cleaning accordingly. Catch a free ride to the Festival on a shuttle powered by biodiesel or clean-burning Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), provided by the City of St. Louis, Lambert International Airport and Super Park. St. Louis Earth Day is a non-profit organization whose mission is to make every day earth day by cultivating environmental stewardship and engaging individuals, governments, businesses, schools and the non-profit sector in celebration, education and action to support a healthy and sustainable future. For detailed information to help plan your visit to St. Louis Earth Day, to see a complete list of sponsors, or to volunteer, visit www. stlouisearthday.org.

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ST. LouIS HAPPENING AROUND THE WORLD WINE DINNER FOOD AND WINE OF TUSCANY

Friday, April 18, 2014 At Missouri Botanical Garden Travel to wine-producing regions around the world through a four course dinner hosted by a wine expert. Chefs from Catering St. Louis will create the regional menu, pairing each course with a different wine from the same region. Dinners will be served at various locations around the Missouri Botanical Garden. Advance reservations required. 6:30 p.m. http://www.mobot.org/, (314) 577-0200

STINGRAYS AT CARIBBEAN COVE PRESENTED BY MERCY

Friday, April 18, 2014 Until Sunday, September 28, 2014 At The Saint Louis Zoo In Forest Park Visitors can watch, touch and feed these gentle and fascinating ocean creatures as they glide through a tropical saltwater habitat. Designed for hands-on, safe family fun, the 17,000-gallon pool is designed for easy navigation by cownose, southern stingrays, horseshoe crabs, white-spotted bamboo, and bonnethead sharks. Admission is $4; children under 2 are free; feeding is $1; group rate for 15 or more is $3 per person. Admission is free the first hour the Zoo is open. www.stlzoo.org, (314) 781-0900

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Saturday, April 19, 2014 At St. Louis Union Station The Circus Harmony Flying Trapeze Center opens on World Circus Day, April 19 at St. Louis Union Station. There will be free shows by the sensational St. Louis Arches. Men, women and children will be able to soar through the air with the greatest of ease and safely. 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. http://www.trapezestl.com

2ND ANNUAL RESTAURANT WEEK ON THE HILL

Monday, April 21, 2014 Until Sunday, April 27, 2014 At The Hill Italian Neighborhood Eleven of South St. Louis City’s most prominent restaurants kick off the 2nd annual “Restaurant Week on The Hill” with a special three-course prefixe dinner menu for $25 per person. http://www.restaurantweekonthehill.com/

SIUE CONCERT JAZZ BAND FEATURING SIUE ALUMNI

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 At Jazz At The Bistro In Grand Center One of the Midwest’s premier jazz programs, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is the alma-matter for many of the St. Louis area’s top jazz musicians. This performance will celebrate the continuing tradition of jazz education that SIUE is known for, as well as feature many of the program’s most noted alumni including guitarist Rick Haydon and saxophonist Jason Swagler. 7:30 p.m. http://www.jazzstl.org/, (314) 534-1111

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Friday, April 25, 2014 At St. Louis Union Station Featuring Viktor Luna, Alexis Bittar, and more. 6:00 p.m. Pre-Party; 8:00 p.m. Fashion Show; 9:00 p.m. After Party featuring Nee, DJ Billy Brown and STLFW Resident DJ TrashTalk. http://www.saintlouisfashionweek.com/

THE COLOR RUN

Saturday, April 26, 2014 At Soldier’s Memorial Plaza In Downtown St. Louis As this nationally touring 5K race makes its semi-annual stop in St. Louis, runners dash through color zones where volunteers blitz them with colored powder.

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If you haven’t spent much time at farmers markets, they can be a bit intimidating. Here are some tips to help you in navigating the market.

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ARRIVING TOO LATE

Showing up at a farmers market in the late morning means big crowds and pickedover produce. Beat the rush by going early and getting the best of the season. Morning light is also best for snapping pictures, if you’re into that sorta thing.

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FORGETTING TO BYOB (BRING YOUR OWN BAGS!)

Most farmers markets provide small plastic bags for your purchases, but you definitely want to have a larger bag to carry your bounty or you’ll be heading home prematurely.

BUYING STAPLES

One of the advantages of shopping at a farmers market is that you get the best of the season from local farmers, which is likely to be different from your normal grocery store purchases. There’s nothing wrong with buying foods you know you like, but try to be adventurous with new produce. You may be pleasantly surprised.

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You may not know everything there is to know about seasonal vegetables, but the farmers who grow them certainly do. Walk up to each vendor with a smile and ask them what their favorites are this week. If you’ve never cooked with them before, ask for an example recipe or serving suggestions. You can always search recipes online when you get home, so don’t feel like you need to know exactly how you’re going to prepare something before buying it.

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FORGETTING CASH

Farmers market veterans know better than to show up at the market without cash in our wallets. Credit cards are not accepted by most farmers and the line at the local ATM machine is a wait you could live without. Pick up some cash on your way to avoid the headache.

BRINGING PETS

Check your local market rules before bringing Fluff Fluff along on your shopping trip.

TRYING TO NEGOTIATE

Farmers markets are not flea markets, and haggling is generally not part of the etiquette. Sometimes very late in the day farmers will offer discounts, but it is generally best practice to respect the set prices. Farmers work harder than most of us can imagine, and their asking prices are more than fair.

NOT SHOPPING AROUND

Samples are commonplace at farmers markets and allow you to find the best produce to match your taste. Nothing is worse than buying a basket of strawberries and then finding better ones two stands away. Shop around a bit before deciding on the best purchases. You know you’ve picked the right stuff if you can barely get it home without eating it all.

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We have food, drink, and event specials frequently.

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