OCTOBER 22 ISSUE
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For your sweet tooth Cupcakery opens in Edwardsville.
7 The Newsboys
Christian rock group to appear at Family Arena.
11 "Whip It"
Barrymore scores a hit.
Kayaking with the manatees.
15 Bringing jazz to life Local couple does it right.
A unique look at breast cancer.
Creating Halloween fun.
What’s Happening Thursday October 22________ Phantom of the Opera -Fox Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., 8 p.m. Film: Human Rights in Haiti -Missouri History Museum, Lindell Blvd. at De Baliviere Ave., St. Louis
St. Louis Pet Expo -St. Charles Convention Center, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Free. St. Louis Blues vs. Dallas Stars -Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo., 7 p.m. Andy Williams book signing, “Moon River and Me,” $25.95 (incl. copy of book), 7 p.m. -Tickets at Left Bank Books, event at Ethical Society of St. Louis, 9001 Clayton Rd.
Friday October 23________ Sunday October 25________ Phantom of the Opera -Fox Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., 8 p.m. An Evening with Chad and Jeremy -The Sheldon, St. Louis, 8 p.m. St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild -Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo., 7 p.m.
Saturday October 24________ Phantom of the Opera -Fox Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Courthouse Steps -Florrisant Civic Center, #1 James J. Eagan Dr., Florissant, Mo., 8 p.m.
Phantom of the Opera -Fox Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. St. Louis Rams vs Indianapolis Colts -noon, Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis-MidRivers Mall, St. Charles, Mo., 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday October 27________ Northwinds Concert Band presents Tuesday at the Pops -Florissant Civic Center Theatre,
#1 James J. Eagan Dr., Florissant, Mo., 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday October 28________ St. Louis Blues vs. Carolina Hurricanes -Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo. 6 p.m.
Thursday October 29________ St. Louis Blues vs. Phoenix Coyotes -Scottrade Center, St. Louis, 7 p.m.
Saturday October 31________ Halloween Parade -downtown Edwardsville, 6:30 p.m. Rob Thomas -Fox Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., 8 p.m
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Cupcakes, get your cupcakes
The sweet story of a new business By JULIA BIGGS Of The Edge The next time you’re in the mood for a delicious dessert and a cup of Joe, you need look no further than the University Pointe II shopping plaza on Route 157. The Cupcakery, a spin off business of The Cakery in St. Louis, opened its second St. Louis metro area location in Edwardsville Tuesday. Located behind Quiznos and next to Studio E Dance, The Cupcakery offers a variety of freshly-baked cupcakes with butter cream frosting. Co-owner Ericka Frank has had butter cream frosting running through her veins since childhood. She recalled catching the baking craze at age 12. “I saw cakes that my neighbor had been decorating and thought it was fantastic,” Frank said. “And I thought, I want to learn how to do that.” Frank’s neighbor invited her over and taught her how to decorate cakes and by age 14, Frank had made her first wedding cake. She continued to bake and decorate cakes throughout high school and college as a hobby while at the same time pursuing a degree in, of all things, nutrition and dietetics. It was when she moved to St. Louis to pursue her master’s in medical dietetics that she had a profound change of heart. “A few years after I got into the nutrition field, I realized, you know what, this is a great field, but I was not created to do this,” Frank said. “There is something else I’m supposed to be doing and I think that is baking. I love to bake. I love to decorate those cakes that I make.” A few years later in 2005, Frank decided to take the risk and follow her passion and opened The Cakery in St. Louis, which offers all-occasion cakes and customized wedding cakes. “I didn’t know if it was going to fly or not but I met a girl, Julie Van Elswyk, who was interested in making a small business work and I was the one who had that small business idea,” Frank said. “So we partnered together and it was just a great combination of her business know how and my practical production know how.” Frank credited Van Elswyk with much of The Cakery’s success. “She had family members who were business owners and so she grew up in that atmosphere and it truly excited her to create the systems,”
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Frank said. “And I think that’s a lot of why we were successful is because she knew that we had to provide the same quality product over and over and over. We couldn’t keep switching things up and trying new things. Once we got it set and once we created a great product, we kept it. Our butter cream recipe has not changed. Our other recipes, we develop on a very slow basis. We aren’t coming out with new recipes every month. We try to come up with things that people are really looking for.” Just two years later, as the popularity of cupcakes washed across the country, Frank decided that she wanted to expand their operation and open The Cupcakery featuring freshly baked cupcakes. But Van Elswyk wasn’t on the same page as Frank. “It was very clear for the first time in our business relationship, we had completely opposing views about what we wanted to do about something and that was specifically about opening the cupcake shop,” Frank said. “It was a very friendly departure, but it was clear that I was excited and really felt led to open a cupcake shop and she was just not there in her life. She had just had a baby and it totally made sense that she was not ready to take on a new business venture and so she moved back to Minnesota.” Realizing that she couldn’t branch out and open The Cupcakery on her own, Frank partnered with a friend and a “huge fan” of The Cakery, Nicole Panepinto, and opened The Cupcakery in St. Louis’ Central West End (CWE) in 2007. “She (Nicole) was living out of town and when she would come back in town, she’d go to The Cakery to get our cake whether I was there or not,” Frank said. She wasn’t really coming to see me she just came to the bakery to get our little cakewiches. She’s not a baker herself but she’s the one who does a lot of business growth for us. She comes from more of a corporate background.” Now, a little over two years later, Frank and Panepinto have decided to open their second Cupcakery in Edwardsville. Edwardsville made sense for several reasons. “We chose Edwardsville because we already have a loyal following of people who drive over from E d w a rd s v i l l e a n d d r i v e o v e r f ro m o t h e r p l a c e s i n I l l i n o i s
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Ericka Frank, and Nicole Panepinto, co-owners of The Cupcakery, with a red velvet and a tuxedo, some of the sweet cakes offered at their newest location in Edwardsville. to the Central West End,” Frank said. “Also my business partner Nicole lived in Edwardsville for about a year and a half and really liked it and recognized that it was a growing community. And the third reason is that our business development director, Sara (Hentz) - she is the one who is helping us open new stores and coordinates that - she is from Edwardsville and absolutely loves it. Her family still lives there and so there are multiple connections that we have with the Edwardsville area. We are thrilled to be going into Edwardsville.” The Cupcakery offers seven classic flavors daily – confetti, double chocolate, gold rush, peanut butter cup, tuxedo, cuppa coffee cake and red velvet. There are four seasonal flavors that are rotated in during holiday s e a s o n s s u c h a s t h e c u r re n t pumpkin harvest. Then each month the additional feature flavors of strawberries ‘n’ cream, lemon drop, mocha cappuccino, Italian cream, island dream and grasshopper rotate into the menu. Frank pointed out that the business is driven by what customers want as is the case for red velvet being a classic flavor offered daily. “We started with red velvet as a feature flavor so red velvet would arrive for one week, every four weeks, but we had so many requests, sometimes it was more than a request, it was a demand, so February the week of Valentine’s Day, we brought in red velvet as a classic, and we have it every day now,” she said. The Cupcakery recently added Kaldi’s coffee drinks on its menu.
“We are so excited to be working with Kaldi’s because they roast right here in St. Louis,” Frank said. “We’re doing our coffee training through them. They have won national barista competitions for the quality of their products and the quality of their baristas. Eventually we will sell their whole bean coffee as well as a line of espresso drinks and brewed coffee.” Frank felt the addition of Kaldi’s coffee added to the atmosphere they were building. “It’s more of a café atmosphere even though we don’t serve meals,” she said. “We have created a café atmosphere so you can do more than just come in and pick up cupcakes. You can do both. You can come in and pick up a dozen and also have one sitting down with a friend.” The Edwardsville location will also be offering a small line of custom decorated cupcakes. “It’s sort of a hybrid approach to what we’re doing at The Cakery and The Cupcakery (in St. Louis) to be able to serve those customers who are looking for baby shower cupcakes or birthday cupcakes,” Frank said. A single cupcake at The Cupcakery costs $2.75 while a dozen runs $31. Walk-in customers can purchase up to two dozen cupcakes. “Above two dozen we do require advanced ordering because every cupcake is hand scooped,” Frank said. “We don’t have thousands on hand, but we’re baking every day.” Frank is quite pleased that she made the transition from the nutrition world to that of a baker. She commented that there “are so many great parts of this
business,” but that one of the most recent satisfying parts didn’t have anything to do with batter or butter cream. “This may sound cliché but it really is true, that we have given job opportunities to people who otherwise might not have had them,” she said. “The economy that we’ve been experiencing in the last year, it has been so rewarding to have maintained our business and have been continuing our business growth through this time and we feel very blessed, very blessed, that we have maintained our business throughout this and we’re still able to hire people when other businesses unfortunately have sometimes had to lay off people.” While the economy continues to plod along, Frank felt that there would always be a market for their cupcakes. “Cupcakes are one of those affordable indulgences,” she said. “It’s not too expensive to go out and have a fantastic coffee drink and a really delicious cupcake. Most likely both of those things together are going to be less than one really nice dessert at a fancy restaurant. So couples when maybe they would have gone out and have an entire diner, maybe now they can just go out and have a cupcake and coffee for dessert and still feel like they have really treated themselves and had an enjoyable night out.” The Cupcakery is open 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 Friday and Saturday and is closed on Sundays. Visit the Cupcakery’s Web site at www.cravethecup.com to view the weekly menu calendar.
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People People planner MoBOT prepares for holidays ‘Tis the season at the Missouri Botanical Garden! A host of holiday activities await visitors between Thanksgiving and New Year ’s. Experience the annual “Gardenland Express” holiday flower and train show, commemorating “150 Years of the Garden.” Celebrate Chanukah, Kwanzaa and Christmas traditions. Enjoy seasonal décor, from adorned trees to festive wreaths to sweetsmelling garlands. Take a class to brush up on your cookie-decorating and greeting-card-making skills. Stop by the Garden Gate Shop and Little Shop Around the Corner for unique gift-giving ideas, and more! Visit www.mobot.org for details on all of the holiday happenings. Don’t miss the Garden’s final sesquicentennial celebratory event of 2009! The vibrant “Gardenland Express” holiday flower and train show chugs into town Wednesday, Nov. 25, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sunday, Jan. 3 (closes at 4 p.m. Dec. 24 and 31; closed Dec. 25). Watch as eight G-scale model garden trains travel along 800 feet of railway track in the Orthwein Floral Display Hall, through a bold, colorful palette of orange, purple, red, white and lime green botanicals. Look for several Garden landmarks in miniature, including the historic L i n n e a n H o u s e c o n s e r v a t o r y, Museum Building, Chinese Garden pagoda, Piper Observatory and Tower Grove House (founder Henry Shaw’s original country estate). Archival images highlighting the institution’s 150-year history will line the walls in a tribute timeline. The 2009 “Gardenland Express” holiday flower and train show is sponsored by CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann, P.C.; Central States Coca-Cola Bottling Company; Miss Marian L. Herr; Hobby Station; and Mr. and Mrs. William R. Orthwein, Jr. Admission to “Gardenland Express” is $5 for ages three and over, in addition to general Garden admission; Garden members are free. Seasonal décor decks the halls of the Ridgway Visitor Center, Tower Grove House and Kemper Center for Home Gardening. Nov. 21 through Jan. 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., view the annual Holiday Wreath Exhibition, featuring unique creations by some of the area’s finest floral designers. All wreaths are sold by silent auction bidding, with proceeds benefiting the Garden. Nov. 25 through Jan. 3, experience a Victorian Christmas at Tower Grove House. The country residence of Garden founder Henry Shaw is decked with wreaths, garlands, floral centerpieces, greenery and holiday trees. Young visitors can enjoy storytelling on Saturdays at 11 a.m. and a special Seek-and-Find activity. Tower Grove House is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from
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1 to 4 p.m. (closed Mondays). Dec. 5 through Jan. 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed Jan. 1), enjoy “Inspired by the Garden” Holiday Trimmings at the Kemper Center, featuring a 15foot balsam fir tree decorated with over 50 “gourdaments” and gourd birdhouses to celebrate the Garden’s 150 th anniversary. New this year, vote for the “visitor ’s choice” award for your favorite gourd! All
decorated gourds are sold by silent auction bidding. Join the traditional Jewish holiday celebration, “Chanukah: Festival of Lights” on Sunday, Dec. 6 from noon to 4 p.m. Enjoy festive Israeli music and dance, a menorah-lighting ceremony, and a traditional “shuk,” or marketplace. Listen to holiday carols, whisper wishes to Santa
in his sleigh and smell chestnuts roasting on an open fire during “Christmas Carols in the Garden,” Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12 and 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. Experience the contemporary African-American holiday “Kwanzaa: Festival of the First Fruits” on Wednesday, Dec. 30 from noon to 4 p.m. Enjoy an afternoon of storytelling, craft and jewelry displays, and authentic
African drumming and music, centered around the feast table of the harvest. The Garden is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, closed Dec. 25. Admission is $8 for adults and free for children ages 12 and under. For general information, visit www.mobot.orgor call the recorded event line at (314) 577‑9400 or tollfree 1 (800) 642-8842.
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People People planner Science cafe focuses on plants Climate change, pests, weeds and man’s impact on habitat destruction threaten plant diversity and sustainability. So, what’s being done to save plants? Join Dr. Matthew Albrecht, assistant curator of conservation biology at the Missouri Botanical Garden, for “Saving Plants in a Changing Climate,” Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7p.m. The evening of informal discussion will be held at Herbie’s Restaurant, 405 N. Euclid Ave. in St. Louis. The event is free to attend. Food and beverages are available for purchase. At Science Cafe, Albrecht will discuss the crucial role botanical gardens play in saving plants from habitat destruction and the challenges and solutions they face in doing so. Albrecht focuses his research on rare plant
Immanuel populations and ex situ conservation, the practice of storing plants in off-site seed banks. This form of conservation complements habitat protection and is a practical and efficient way to conserve plant diversity and ensure that the basic ecosystems on which human populations depend are sustained indefinitely. Plants conserved in seed banks are protected from habitat destruction, climate change, and exotic pests and weeds and are immediately available as genetic stock for largescale habitat restoration projects and focused species management. Science Café offers stimulating conversation about issues in the news each month. The series is presented by the Saint Louis Science Center and the Missouri Botanical Garden. For more information, visit www.slsc.org or call (314) 289-4474.
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People People planner Boo at the Zoo nights planned Board the family UFO and gravitate toward the Saint Louis Zoo for gobs of spooks, laughs, animals, fireside stories, night hikes and hauntingly fun entertainment! St. John’s Mercy Children’s Hospital Boo at the Zoo Nights is a family friendly, non-scary Halloween experience from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. every night October 16-30. Keep your eyes peeled for the Phantom of the Zoo as you eerily make your way through Headless Horseman Graveyard, Pirate’s Cove, Dead Man’s Bayou, Boneyard Park and Old Western Cemetery. Careful not to tangle yourself in Frankie’s Maze! Pop into the Children’s Zoo to find out what the black and white ruffed lemurs are screaming about! If you are brave enough, stick around for “Halloween Hank’s Pirate Adventure” on stage at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. featuring animals performing natural behaviors. See some sneaky animals in the Children’s Zoo building. You may even happen upon a docent in the shadows to give you an up-close look at some of the Zoo’s night crawlers! Admission to Children’s Zoo and show
is free. Hooo’s asleep when the sun goes down? Join Ichabod “Crowned” Crane on a guided tour through Not-So-Sleepy Hollow at the Zoo. Meet some of the sleepy and not-so-sleepy residents and hear about the not-so-spooky legends that keep the residents on their toes. Will the Headless Hootsman appear during your visit? Don’t be afraid to join the fun on this special trip through the Herpetarium, Big Cat Country and Historic Hill. Hikes are offered every half hour between 6 and 8 p.m. for $5 per hiker, age three and up. Children age two and under are free for the hike. Advance registration is recommended by calling (314) 646-4771. Eerily draped in cobwebs, the Conservation Carousel will be transformed into the not-too-spooky “Scare-ou-sel” (additional fee $2/person). Make a “creepy craft” at the Kid’s Craft Corner, and see what’s brewing at Lakeside Cafe. Be sure to shop the Halloween boo-tique for souvenirs, and receive a free Halloween beanie with a $25 purchase at Zoo gift shops. This year’s Boo at the Zoo souvenir T-shirt features prairie dogs as trick-or-treaters. The long-sleeve white cotton shirt can
be purchased online at www.stlzoo.org or by calling (314) 6464771. Prices range from $10-18 for toddler to adult sizes. Admission to Boo at the Zoo Nights is $4 for members and $5 for non-members. Each child between the ages of 2 and 12 dressed in costume will receive a $1 discount on admission. Children under 2 are free. Proceeds benefit the Zoo in its efforts to save endangered species at home and around the world. Parking is our treat, and will be available for free on the South Lot on Wells Drive near Highway 40. Wells Drive is open to Zoo traffic during construction. Cars will be allowed to enter and exit from two entrances on the South Lot - one near Hampton Avenue and another near the Tamm Avenue bridge. Enter the event through the South Entrance using the temporary pathway from the parking lot to the Zoo. The Living World North Entrance and North Parking Lot will not be open for this event. For more information and driving directions, visit www. stlzoo.org or call (314) 646-4771. Be sure to stop by St. John’s Mercy Children’s Hospital Boo at the Zoo Spooky Saturday on October 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a day of safe and fun trick-or-treating.
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Christian Rock group to perform at the Family Arena By DEBBIE SETTLE Of The Edge There was a time when my now 20 year old son, then 5 years old, stood in a theater seat at The Fox and waved his arms back and forth as The Newsboys sang their hit “Shine.” They opened up that night for Steven Curtis Chapman, who was my son’s favorite artist at the time, and although Chapman was the headliner, The Newsboys made a lifelong fan out of my son that night. Although The Newsboys are a Christian rock group with the goal of bringing the gospel to the world, they are a group that reaches out to all ages and all music lovers. Full of energy and life, the group puts on a show that is sure to encourage those who experience the performance. That is still the case 15 years after our experience. The group has been together for 22 years, performing more than 2,000 shows. Recently, frontman Peter Furler decided to take a step back, making way for Michael Tait, formerly of dc Talk, to become the bands lead singer. Furler will still continue to perform from time to time, making special appearances with the band, along with songwriting and production. “For me, the decision is that after traveling many thousands of miles across land and sea for over 22 years,
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along with needing to constantly keep writing and reach production deadlines – let alone feed my dog – it was time for something to give, and my booking agent and his GPS drew the short straw!” said Furler about his departure in his blog on the group’s site. To date, The Newsboys have sold over 6 million albums, minted five gold records, charted more than 25 No. 1 radio hits and earned four Grammy nominations. “In the Hands of God,” their newest release, wipes the slate clean with vivid flashbacks to a fresh-faced Australian band struggling to find its place. By retracing its early footsteps, the band captures an urgency and hunger that lights the songs ablaze with internal fire. The album then channels this energy into an unbreakable string of quick-hitting melodies that never seem to fade. Enticed to hear more? You are in luck, as The Newsboys will be performing at the Family Arena on Friday, Oct. 23. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. Along with The Newsboys will be MelnMotion, Seventh Day Slumber and Bread of Stone. The Family Arena is located at 2002 Arena Parkway, in St. Charles, just off Fifth Street. Tickets are $25, $30 and $35 each and are available at MetroTix.com. For more information or a map of the arena, visit www.familyarena.com.
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Music Tuning in Arianna String Quartet presents Messages of Hope St. Louis’ own Arianna String Quartet will perform Messages of Hope, an endearing tribute to Hans Krása, Pavel Haas, Erwin Schulhoff, Viktor Ullmann and Gideon Klein – prolific composers who were lost to the Holocaust but whose profound work lives on. This second concert in the quartet’s 2009-10 four-show series is on Friday, Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. in the E. Desmond & Mary Ann Lee Theater. “These were the hottest, most talented, young composers in Eastern and Western Europe in the 1920s and ‘30s,” explained Arianna String Quartet cellist Kurt Baldwin. “They would have had a profound effect on the second half of the 20th century as far as the continuation of tradition and expansion of thought and ideas.” The Arianna String Quartet (ASQ), recognized as one of America’s finest chamber ensembles, will perform: Krása’s Theme and Variations; Shulhoff ’s Five Pieces for String Quartet; Haas’ Quartet No. 1, Op. 3; Klein’s String Quartet, Op. 2; and Ullmann’s String Quartet No. 3. Some of these works were written prior to World War II and some were written in the concentration camps. But all endure as an inextinguishable voice of humanity. “It’s important to embrace the connection we have today to the immediate past,” added Baldwin. “And World War II was yesterday as far as Western History is concerned.” Ullmann (1898-1944), Haas (18991944), Klein (1919-1945) and Krása (1899-1944) were imprisoned in the Theresienstadt concentration camp (often referred to as Terezín) during World War II. Despite the terrible living conditions and the constant threat of deportation, the authorities at Theresienstadt allowed a cultural life in the camp. These composers took an active part in the musical life which flourished, from within the most appalling conditions. However, along with thousands of others, these composers were eventually taken to Auschwitz, the largest of Nazi Germany’s concentration camps, and killed. Schulhoff (1894-1942) was imprisoned in the Wulzburg camp, where he died of tuberculosis
after one year of imprisonment. At the time his death Schulhoff was sketching his Eighth Symphony. Formed in 1992, ASQ is the quartet-in-residence at the University of Missouri–St. Louis and has been hailed as one of the cultural gems of the St. Louis region by Sarah Bryan Miller of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The ensemble is comprised of highly accomplished musicians – violinists John McGrosso and David Gillham, violist Joanna Mendoza and cellist Kurt Baldwin. The quartet has performed throughout the United States, Mexico, Japan, Canada and France to rave reviews. The ensemble’s touring has given them greater exposure, leading to recordings with classic labels. This summer, the Arianna String Quartet signed an exclusive, long-term recording contract with Centaur Records, North America’s oldest independent classical music label. To further enhance the patron’s live experience at the Arianna String Quartet’s Messages of Hope, the Touhill is offering the E3! program, Explore – Experience – Engage, in association with this performance. E3! pre-show discussions, which begin 50 minutes prior to the performance, and post-show receptions are free to ticket holders. Tickets for the Arianna String Quartet are $20. They are available now at the Touhill Performing Arts Center Ticket Office; online at www.touhill.org; or by phone at 314.516.4949; and toll-free at 866.516.4949. The Touhill’s Ticket Office is located at One University Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63121. All St. Louis area students receive a 10% discount on two tickets with their I.D. Group and senior discounts are also available. The Touhill Performing Arts Center is located on the north campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, just 10 minutes from Clayton. (Exit #240 from I-70). There is ample free parking, and the UMSL North Campus MetroLink Station is just steps from the Touhill’s main entrance.
Erin Bode to appear at SIUE Erin Bode, a St. Louis-based jazz singer who has gained international attention for her style which serves up equal portions of “sophistication and class,” will appear Oct. 25 at the Southern Illinois University
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Edwardsville Friends of Music annual jazz gala. “An Evening with Erin Bode” will feature the singer and her band from 7:30-9:30 p.m. that Sunday in
the theater of SIUE’s Dunham Hall. Tickets are $35. For an additional $15, concert-goers can attend a champagne reception with Ms. Bode before the event and will have
special reserved seating during the concert. Reservation seating is limited. Desserts and beverages will be available for purchase at concert intermission.
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Thursday, Oct. 22 • Ludo, The Pageant, University City, Mo. • Chippewa Chapel Traveling Guitar Circle, Medicine Show and Open Mic, Iron Barley, South City-St. Louis, Mo., 8 p.m. • Choral Spectacular! Orchestral series, Powell Hall, St. Louis, Mo., 7 p.m.Sound Check concert for students • Kim Massie, The Beale on Broadway, 701 S. Broadway, St. Louis • Seven Bridges Road-Eagles Tribute, Bottleneck Blues Bar, Ameristar Casino, St. Charles, Mo. • Paula Nelson, VooDoo Lounge, Harrah’s Casino, St. Louis
Friday, Oct. 23 • SIUE Orchestra performance, Dunham Hall Theater, SIUE Campus, 7:30 p.m. • An Evening with Chad and Jeremy, The Sheldon Concert Hall, St. Louis, Mo. • Choral Spectacular! Orchestral series, Powell Hall, St. Louis, Mo., 8 p.m. • Raven Moon, Molly Darcys, Seven Gables Inn, 26 N. Meramec, Clayton, Mo., 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. • Mutemath, The Pageant, University City, Mo. • Mondin Band, Stagger Inn, Edwardsville, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. • Pat Liston, Brothers Bar, 16441 Village Plaza, Wildwood, Mo., 9 p.m. to midnight • Dis Wizzle, Bottleneck Blues Bar, Ameristar Casino, St. Charles, Mo.
Saturday, Oct. 24 • Gala Concert with Yo-Yo Ma, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Powell Hall, St. Louis, Mo., 7 p.m. • Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Rickman Auditorium, Arnold, Mo., 8 p.m. • Relient K, The Pageant, University City, Mo. • Hope and Therapy, Stagger Inn, Edwardsville, 10 p.m. • The Hibernauts, The Duck Room, Blueberry Hill, The Loop-University City • Pat Liston, Seamus McDaniels West, 7434 Village Center, O’Fallon, Mo., 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. • Dis Wizzle, Bottleneck Blues Bar, Ameristar Casino, St. Charles, Mo.
Sunday, Oct. 25 • Joe Bonamassa, The Pageant, University City, Mo. • SIUE Friends of Music Fall Production featuring Erin Bode, SIUE Campus, Edwardsville, 7 p.m. • The Blue Suede Crew, Gospel Show, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 6 p.m., Troy • Marquise Knox, The Beale on Broadway, 701 S. Broadway, St. Louis • Bruce Springstein and the E Street Band, Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo. • Pat Liston, Benld Brewhaus, 205 8th St., Benld, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 27 • SIUE Choirs Concert, 7:30 p.m., St. John’s Methodist Church of Edwardsville • Northwinds Concert Band presents Tuesday at the Pops, Florissant Civic Center Theatre, #1 James J. Eagan Dr., Florissant, Mo., 7:30 p.m. • Derek Webb, Sandra McCracken, The Duck Room, Blueberry Hill, University City-The Loop • Kim Massie, The Beale on Broadway, 701 S. Broadway, St. Louis
Wednesday, Oct. 28 • Open Mic w/Duck Tape Duo Trio, 9:30 p.m., Stagger Inn, Edwardsville • Open Mic Night, Free Tacos, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Villa Marie Winery, Maryville
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Drew Barrymore has forged a persona as both an actress and producer with movies that exude a playful sense of girl power, so it only makes sense that her first feature as a director would share that same sort of vibe. What is surprising, though, is Barrymore’s ability to find just the right tone all the time, which would be a difficult feat for any first-time filmmaker to achieve — even one who’s had the benefit of spending her entire life on movie sets. “Whip It” is funny without trying too hard to be wacky, sweet without being overly sentimental. It has an appealing sort of low-budget, ‘70s-style kitsch. And after a recent string of femalecentric films including “All About Steve” and “The Ugly Truth” that wallow in the worst kinds of stereotypes, it is such a relief to see women depicted as strong, smart, cool individuals. It’s also a joy to see Ellen Page play a character other than the impossibly clever smart-alecks she’s become known for in movies like “Juno” and “Hard Candy.” Here, Page stars as Bliss Cavendar, a misfit growing up in the nowhere town of Bodeen, Texas, and working as a waitress at the local barbecue joint. Bliss is reluctantly following in the footsteps of her beauty-queen mother (Marcia Gay Harden), but on a visit to the big city of Austin, she sees a flier for the local roller derby league and is immediately intrigued. Not only does she secretly try out, she makes it and becomes the league’s petite, speedy star. Kristen Wiig, Alia Shawkat, Juliette Lewis, stuntwoman Zoe Bell and Barrymore herself are among the solid supporting cast. RATED” PG-13 for sexual content including crude dialogue, language and drug material. ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKING: Three stars out of four.
You’d be justified in thinking you’ve visited “Zombieland” before. There’s been no shortage of zombies at the movies in recent years, just as there’s been no shortage of vampires. And within that genre, a crop of zombie comedies has arisen, from “Shaun of the Dead” to “Zombie Strippers” to “Dead Snow.” Like “Shaun” before it, though, “Zombieland” mostly finds that tricky balance of the laugh-out-loud funny and the makeyou-jump scary, of deadpan laughs and intense energy. It’s a total blast even if the story is a bit thin, and it does run out of steam toward the end, but thankfully our trip to “Zombieland” is appropriately quick. First-time director Ruben Fleischer grabs you from the get-go with stylized visuals, and the script from Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick is hilariously bizarre while still remaining rooted in contemporary reality. Jesse Eisenberg stars as an uber-nerdy college student who’s managed to survive a viral zombie outbreak by adhering to a strict series of rules, which are inspired by his innate fear of everything. While trying to get home to Ohio to see what’s become of his
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parents, he runs into a fellow survivor (Woody Harrelson) who’s his brash, butt-kicking opposite. They come to regard each other by their destinations — Columbus and Tallahassee — rather than their real names to avoid forging a personal relationship, should potential zombiedom force either of them to take drastic action against the other. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin co-star as Wichita and Little Rock, sisters who join them in hopes of staying alive. RATED: R for horror violence/gore and language. ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKING: Three stars out of four.
This is what life might have been like if the guys from “Swingers” had grown up, moved to the suburbs and turned into lame, sitcommy cliches. Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn team up again, on screen and on the script (along with Dana Fox), for this broad comedy about four couples who go on a tropical vacation together. In theory, they’re all there to support their friends Jason (Jason Bateman) and Cynthia (Kristen Bell) as they try to save their marriage through the couples’ counseling the resort offers. Little do they know they’ll get sucked into agonizing therapy sessions that reveal their own rifts. Under the direction of Peter Billingsley, another longtime Vaughn friend and collaborator making his first feature, “Couples Retreat” veers back and forth in a jarring way between crude sexual humor and supposedly poignant moments. The couples endure forced nudity and a wildly erotic yoga class; Favreau’s character, Joey, and his wife Lucy (Kristin Davis) each try to get it on with their respective massage therapists. But they also must bare their souls. Each of these characters is exactly the same person the whole way through, until one night when they all magically experience an epiphany that makes them more communicative, patient and loving. During such moments, a distracting, feel-good score — surprisingly from “Slumdog Millionaire” Oscar-winner A.R. Rahman — pipes in early and often. A few funny lines emerge here and there, but “Couples Retreat” mostly feels repetitive and overlong at nearly two hours. You wouldn’t mind getting voted off this island. RATED: PG-13 on appeal for sexual content and language. ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKING: One and a half stars out of four.
Sixteen-year-old Jenny learns the ways of the world in this coming-of-age drama, but there’s a revelation in store for us, as well. We get the pleasure of meeting an exciting young actress who surely deserves to become a star. Carey Mulligan is radiant as a suburban teenager in 1961 London who’s curious and clever beyond her years but still rather innocent and impressionable. Although she’s a diligent student and dutiful
daughter, she sits alone in her bedroom at night longing to be grown-up enough to live in Paris on her own, basking in the culture. Mulligan maintains a beautifully believable balance of these contrasting forces, even as Jenny gets drawn from the sedate and boring life she knows into a glamorous new one. Her guide is David (Peter Sarsgaard doing a solid British accent), a thirtysomething man with whom she experiences an immediate connection. He whisks her away in his flashy sports car to nights filled with concerts and late-night suppers and, eventually, weekend trips out of town. Even her protective parents (Alfred Molina and Cara Seymour), who are initially skeptical of David’s intentions because of the age difference, fall for his urbane charms. Director Lone Scherfig and writer Nick Hornby find just the right touch here with some tricky material, based on the memoir by Lynn Barber. The challenge is: how to make David, and this ill-advised relationship, seem thrilling rather than creepy? Through Jenny’s eyes, we get caught up in the excitement, too, but as bystanders we know it can’t last — even before David’s dark side starts to surface — and that’s what gives “An Education” an inescapable tension. RATED: PG-13 for mature thematic material involving sexual content, and for smoking. ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKING: Four stars out of four.
What’s so funny about so many black women wanting “white” hair? Plenty, it turns out, in Chris Rock’s surprisingly insightful documentary. The well-known history of black people straightening their natural curls is more tragedy than comedy, rooted in the bygone belief that all things European were better than anything African. But Rock illuminates this old story through a poignant mix of interviews, investigation and his trademark satire. More than a dozen famous and beautiful black women sit for Rock’s camera, ranging from the sage Maya Angelou to video vixen Melyssa Ford to an interior designer with a skin disease that has left her proudly bald. Their testimony illuminates today’s reality: Black women who straighten their hair are not ashamed of their heritage — like women the world over, they just want to work with what they have. There are many scenes in beauty and barber shops across the country, where the various meanings, rules and ramifications of black hairstyles are discussed. But the best revelations come when Rock examines the sodium hydroxide relaxer that turns nappy heads silky, and the origins of the shorn human hair that is “weaved” into shorter tresses to create the illusion of length and fullness. Rock is the perfect host. His ad-libbed quips and silly-serious questions put interview subjects and viewers at ease with this sometimes painful reality, keeping them laughing instead of crying. RATED” PG-13 for sex and drug references and brief partial nudity. ASSOCIATED PRESS RANKING: Three stars out of four.
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Barrymore shines in “Whip It” By CHRISTY LEMIRE Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Drew Barrymore has forged a persona as both an actress and producer with movies that exude a playful sense of girl power, so it only makes sense that “Whip It,” her first feature as a director, would share that same sort of vibe. What is surprising, though, is Barrymore’s ability to find just the right tone all the time, which would be a difficult feat for any first-time filmmaker to achieve — even one who’s had the benefit of spending her entire life on movie sets. “Whip It” is funny without trying too hard to be wacky, sweet without being overly sentimental. It has an appealing low-budget, ‘70s-style kitsch. And after a recent string of female-centric films including “All About Steve” and “The Ugly Truth” that wallow in the worst kinds of stereotypes, it is such a relief to see women depicted as strong, smart, cool individuals. It’s also a joy to see Ellen Page play a character other than the impossibly clever smart-alecks she’s become known for in movies like “Juno” and “Hard Candy.” Here, Page stars as Bliss Cavendar, a misfit growing up in the nowhere t o w n o f B o d e e n , Te x a s , a n d working as a waitress at the local barbecue joint. Bliss is reluctantly following in the footsteps of her beauty-queen mother (Marcia Gay Harden), but on a visit to the big city of Austin, she sees a flier for the local roller derby league and is immediately intrigued. Not only does she secretly try out, she makes it and becomes the league’s petite, speedy star. She joins the Hurl Scouts, whose shtick is that they dress up in Girl Scout uniforms with fishnets and heavy eyeliner to beat up on
In this film publicity image released by Fox Searchlight, Drew Barrymore, left, Ellen Page and Kristen Wiig, right, are shown in a scene from, “Whip It.” the competition. With tonguein-cheek names like Maggie Mayhem (Kristen Wiig), Bloody Holly (stuntwoman Zoe Bell) and Smashley Simpson (Barrymore herself), they’re perennial cellardwellers but they don’t care. They’re too busy having fun. (Their coach, however, takes the sport way too seriously; he’s played hilariously by Andrew Wilson, older brother of Owen and Luke,
in stringy blond hair and cut-off denim shorts.) What’s endearing about these characters — inspired by the memoir by Shauna Cross, a Los Angeles Derby Dolls member who also wrote the script — is that these women are tough on the outside but decent to the core. They’ll shove and elbow and knock each other to the ground, but all go out for beers afterward and compare
bruises. Bliss finds a home among them and finds out what she’s made of in the process, blossoming from awkward young woman to confident athlete. Trouble is, at 17 she’s lied about her age to get in, and she’s lied to her family about where she’s been going all those nights she’s been competing. Clearly this conflict will come to a head, and in that regard, “Whip
It” is pretty predictable. Of course, the roller derby championship will take place on the same night as the all-important Miss Blue Bonnet Pageant. The Hurl Scouts will be pitted against the league’s best team, the Holy Rollers, led by Bliss’ nemesis, Iron Maven (Juliette Lewis). And the indie rock stud (Landon Pigg) to whom Bliss gives her heart might not be so worthy of it.
“The Invention of Lying” may surprise you By ROBERT GRUBAUGH Of The Edge The only new release in theatres this weekend, the angry comedy “Couples’ Retreat,” is a story about three couples (Faizon Love and Kali Hawk, Vince Vaughn and Malin Ackerman, and Jon Favreau and Kristen Davis) who venture off to Bora Bora for a farce-filled week of headsmacking marital counseling in a bid to save their friends (Kristen Bell and Jason Bateman) from splitting up for good. There wasn’t much meat on that bone, so I took a chance on something a little more out of the ordinary that really made an impact on me. Ricky Gervais stars in “The Invention of Lying” and it may be dismissed as a rather formulaic little laugher, but I found the razorsharp satire to be both intelligent, thoughtprovoking, and hilarious. It’s also full to the brim with amazing celebrity cameos. Mark Bellison (Gervais) is fat and
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RATED: PG-13 for language including some sexual material and a drug reference. ROBERT’S RANKING: three and a half stars out of four unhappy. He gets no respect from his coworkers and has little to look forward to. Women never look his way and, when they do, all they see is his snub little nose. These are basic facts that come up a little too frequently in the movie. It begins with narration by Gervais introducing us to the world he lives in, a world where no one knows how to lie. They can’t tell untruths. There is no genial flattery. In fact, it’s a bizarre little world where every character says exactly what’s on their mind all the time. There are numerous funny moments (bad
dates, awkward doctor ’s visits) when the population of this always honest society quips things that a more conditioned collection of people would think twice before uttering. Lying by omission doesn’t exist in this world and bluntness is just a way of life. As funny as this is for the audience, it’s epically tragic for the unlucky characters like Mark’s drinking buddy, Greg (Louis C.K.), and his suicidal neighbor, Frank (Jonah Hill). Even Mark’s blind date with the beautiful Anna (Jennifer Garner) is a bust from the minute she first opens the door and tells him that he isn’t what she’s looking for. Out of work and facing eviction, Mark has an epiphany while waiting in line to close out his bank account. What if he were to tell the cashier the amount of money he wanted rather than the amount he had? In this moment of clarity, the birth of the lie is depicted as a stroke, literally, of genius. A world of possibility opens for Mark Bellison at this point and he finally can have things exactly as he wants them.
His dream home, success in his screenwriting career, and mountains of money are his for the taking and he has no problem taking them. When it comes to evening the score with Anna, however, Mark is crippled by a clash of conscience that keeps him still from being with the woman he loves. Here is where “The Invention of Lying” takes a turn I never saw coming. It becomes the richest satire on religion that one could ever hope to see tastefully done. When the masses question the elaborate musings Mark spouts forth, he claims that they are all communicated to him by a “Man in the Sky” that controls every element of our lives, both good and bad. What he’d hoped would be a simple brush off turns out for Mark to be a task similar to founding the Christian faith—complete with commandments written on pizza box tablets. It was in this moment that it occurred to me how much we all lie, even just little white lies, in every day of our lives. Think about that.
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What’s playing, when and where St. Clair Cinema Fairview Heights Movie Listings for 10/16 to 10/22 The following movies are playing at the O’Fallon Cinema. Call 1-800FANDANGO Code 2405 for showtimes or visit on the Web at www. wehrenberg.com. Astro Boy (PG) Fri-Sat: 1:05, 3:30, 5:55, 8:20, 10:45 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 1:30, 4:05, 6:45, 9:05 p.m. Cirque Du Freak (PG-13) Fri-Sat: 1:00, 3:40, 6:15, 8:50, 11:25 p.m. SunThurs: 1:00, 3:40, 6:25, 9:15 p.m. Law Abiding Citizen (R) Fri-Sat: 2:00, 4:50, 7:40, 10:30 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 1:00, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 p.m. Where the Wild Things Are (PG) Fri-Sat: 1:10, 3:40, 6:10, 8:40, 11:10 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 1:25, 3:55, 6:25, 9:00 p.m. Stepfather (PG-13) Fri-Sat: 1:20, 3:50, 6:20, 8:45, 11:20 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 1:20, 3:50, 6:20, 8:50 p.m. Zombieland (R) Fri-Sat: 1:30, 3:45, 6:05, 8:15, 10:35 p.m. Sun-Tues:1:55, 4:20, 6:35, 8:55 p.m. Couples Retreat (PG-13) Fri-Sat: 2:15, 5:00, 7:45, 10:40 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 1:10, 4:00, 6:40, 9:25 p.m. Good Hair (PG-13) Fri-Sat: 1:10, 3:35, 6:00, 8:25, 10:50 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 2:05, 4:30, 6:55, 9:20 p.m. Sun-Thurs: 2:05, 4:30, 6:55, 9:20 p.m. Paranormal Activitiy (R) Fri-Sat: 2:30, 4:45, 7:00, 9:15, 11:30 p.m. SunThurs: 2:00, 4:15, 6:30, 8:45 p.m. Saw VI (R) Fri-Sat: 1:55, 4:15, 6:35, 8:55, 11:15 p.m. Sun-Mon: 2:10, 4:30, 6:50, 9:10 p.m. Tues-Thurs: 1:15, 3:35, 5:55, 8:15 p.m. O’Fallon 15 Cinema O’Fallon Movie Listings for 10/23 to 10/27 The following movies are playing at the St. Clair Cinema. Call 1-800FANDANGO Code 2404 for showtimes or visit on the Web at www. wehrenberg.com. Amelia (PG) 12:15, 2:55, 5:35, 8:15
p.m. Astro Boy (PG) 11:15 a.m. 1:45, 4:15, 6:45, 9:15 p.m. Cirque Du Freak (PG-13) 11:20 a.m., 2:00, 4:40, 7:20, 10:00 p.m. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (PG) 12:20, 2:45, 5:05, 7:40, 10:05 p.m. (Wed. and Thurs ONLY: 7:30 p.m. instead of 7:40 p.m.) Fri-Tues only (11:25 a.m., 1:40 p.m.) Paranormal (R) Daily: 11:40 a.m., 12:55, 1:55, 3:10, 4:10, 5:25, 6:30, 7:45, 8:45, 10:00, 11:00* p.m. (*No 11:00 p.m. Sun-Thurs) Couples Retreat (PG-13) 11:05 a.m., 1:50, 4:35, 7:25, 10:15 p.m. Good Hair (PG-13) 12:50, 3:15, 5:45, 8:10, 10:35 p.m. Where the Wild Things Are (PG) 11:30 a.m., 12:30, 1:30, 3:00, 5:30, 7:00, 8:00, 10:30 p.m. Law Abiding Citizen (R) 11:45 a.m., 2:35, 5:40, 8:30, 11:20* p.m. (* No 11:20 p.m. showing on Sun-Thurs) Fri-Tues: 4:05, 9:30 p.m. Saw VI (R) Daily 11:55 a.m., 2:20, 4:00, 4:45, 6:20, 7:05, 8:40, 9:25, 11:10*, 11:50* p.m. (*NO 11:50 p.m. showing Sun through Thurs) (*NO 11:10 p.m. showing Sun-Tues) Stepfather (PG-13) 1:00, 3:30, 6:05, 8:35, 11:05* p.m. (*No 11:05 p.m. showing Sun-Thurs) Zombieland (R) Fri and Sat only: 12:25, 2:40, 4:55, 7:10, 9:25, 11:45 p.m.; Sun-Wed only: 12:25, 2:40, 4:55, 7:10,
9:25 p.m. Thurs only: 12:25, 2:40 p.m. Swan Lake Ballet (unknown) 7:00 p.m. This is It: Michael Jackson (PG) Wed-Thurs: 11:30 a.m., 12:35, 2:05, 3:20, 4:40, 6:10, 7:15, 8:50, 9:50 p.m.
Astro Boy (PG) 1:20, 3:50, 6:30, 9:00 p.m. First Tuesday matinee of each title is Matinee Movie Magic for Moms and Dads (baby friendly environment)
Showplace 12 Edwardsville Call 800-FANDANGO or visit www.kerasotes.com. Listings for 10/23 through 10/27 SPECIAL: MET Opera Series, AIDA, Live, Saturday, 10/24, noon SPECIAL: Michael Jackson’s This is It, Tuesday, 10/27, 11 p.m. Saw VI (R) 2:00, 4:30, 6:10, 7:00, 8:40, 9:30 p.m. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (PG) 1:45, 4:20, 7:10, 9:20 p.m. Zombieland (R) 2:30*, 5:00, 7:50, 10:15 p.m. (*No 2:30 showing on Saturday, 10/24) Where the Wild Things Are (PG) 1:10, 2:10, 3:40, 4:40, 7:20, 9:50 p.m. Paranormal Activity (R) 1:00, 2:20, 3:30, 4:45, 6:20, 7:40, 8:50, 9:55 p.m. The Stepfather (PG-13) 1:15, 4:00, 6:40, 9:10 p.m. Law Abiding Citizen (R) 1:40, 4:10, 6:50, 9:40 p.m. Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant (PG-13) 1:50, 4:50, 7:30, 10:10 p.m. Couples Retreat (PG-13) 1:30, 4:15, 7:15, 10:00 p.m.
Eastgate East Alton Listings for 10/16 through 10/22 Call 800-FANDANGO or visit www.kerasotes.com. Where the Wild Things Are (PG) Daily: 4:15, 6:45; Fri-Sat: 9:15; SatSun: 1:45 p.m. Saw VI (R) Daily: 4:30, 7:00 Fri-Sat: 9:30; Sat-Sun: 2:00 p.m. Law Abiding Citizen (R) Daily:
Couples Retreat (PG-13) Daily: 3:45, 6:30 Fri-Sat: 9:05; Sat-Sun: 1:10 p.m. Astro Boy (PG) Daily: 3:55, 6:20 Fri-Sat: 8:45; Sat-Sun: 1:30 p.m. The Stepfather (PG-13) Daily: 5:00, 7:30; Fri-Sat: 9:55; Sat-Sun: 2:30 p.m. Stadium Theatre Jerseyville Call 800-FANDANGO or visit www.kerasotes.com. Astro Boy (PG) Daily- at 7:00 p.m.; Fri-Sat: 9:20 p.m.; Sun: 2:20 p.m. Where the Wild Things Are (PG) Daily- 6:40 p.m.; Fri-Sat: 9:10; Sun: 2:00 p.m.
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Kayaking with the manatees By DEBBIE SETTLE Of The Edge Swimming with the dolphins used to be the trendy vacation offering that everyone dreamed of doing. Now that everyone and their uncle has donned their Speedo with Flipper, it is time for a new adventure. How about kayaking with the manatees? Save the Manatee Club is promoting kayak tours to see endangered manatees in Crystal River, Fla., as an alternative way to view manatees without disrupting their natural behavior in the wild. Hundreds of manatees gather at natural warm springs in this area throughout the cooler winter months. The ecotours, as they are called, are not just for the for the “green at heart,”
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but provide passive observation of manatees and are offered by Aardvark’s Florida Kayak Company from October 2009 through April 2010. Participation in the tours will also help protect manatees, since 10 percent of each tour booked by a Save the Manatee Club member will go toward the club’s manatee conservation efforts. This year marks the first time Save the Manatee Club has promoted more tours over a longer time period. “The kayak tours have proven to be very popular and usually fill up fast,” says Patrick Rose, Executive Director of Save the Manatee Club. “In past years, we have only offered 12 tours, but our expanded partnership with Aardvark’s will give members more options to fit into their busy schedules.”
Each kayak trip starts with a brief education session on manatees as well as basic kayaking tips before the paddling trip begins through the scenic waters of Crystal River on Florida’s central west coast. The manatee ecotours are led by Matt and Sue Clemons, owners of Aadvark’s Florida Kayak Company. Matt is a wildlife biologist with several years experience conducting manatee research, and Sue is a former park ranger. “Our manatee tours are conducted with a hands-off approach,” explained Matt. “We believe that wild animals need to stay wild and the true ecotourist looks, but does not touch.” The cost of each tour is $40 per person and includes an experienced guide along with a kayak, paddle, and life jacket rental.
Each tour typically runs about three hours. Kayaking experience is not required and beginners are welcome. R e s e r v a t i o n s a re re q u i re d a n d c a n be booked directly through the kayak company. Email Aardvark’s at info@ floridakayakcompany.com, or call 352-7955650. Tour participants are responsible for all travel, hotel, meals, and other expenses. Save the Manatee Club, a national nonprofit conservation organization, was co-founded in 1981 by singer/songwriter, Jimmy Buffett. For more information about manatees, or the Adopt-A-Manatee program, visit their Web site at www.savethemanatee.org, or contact them at 500 North Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL 32751, or call 1-800-432-JOIN (5646).
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Cheekwood celebrates 50 years as museum and garden NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art is preparing to celebrate its 50th anniversary next year. The historic home on 55 acres in Nashville is announcing several special exhibits to celebrate. “The American Impressionists in the Garden,” March 13-Sept. 12, will feature paintings of gardens and bronze sculptures for the garden by
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Local couple bring legends to life By DEBBIE SETTLE Of The Edge Whether you are a Billie Holliday fan or you enjoy performances such as “Menopause the Musical” or “A Love Song for Miss Lydia,” Glen Carbon resident Mardra Thomas has performed them all. Mardra and her husband, Reginald Thomas, are premier artists who not only perform around the St. Louis area, but all around the country and in other parts of the world, sharing their talents. Mardra combines her theatrical and musical talents and keeps the history of jazz alive performing “The Jazz Story” at the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis. She is an accomplished jazz vocalist who performs in a variety of styles. Her voice has been described as “sultry and satiny,” and she has been featured with big bands, small groups and solo pianists. Reginald, or “Reggie” as friends and colleagues know him, is a professor of music at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE), where he teaches jazz piano, education, history, theory and improvisation and directs combos, big band and vocal jazz ensemble. He is a consultant/clinician for “Jazz at Lincoln Center,” working with the “Essentially Ellington Competition” and “Band Director Academy.” Along with several other accolades, Reggie has directed All State Jazz Bands and Combos and Jazz Choirs in Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Main, South Dakota, Tennessee and directed the first-ever Missouri All-College Jazz Band. Mardra is a talented actress, delivering stunning
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The Arts Artistic adventures 6:00-11:30 p.m. COCA, 524 Trinity Avenue, University City off the Delmar Loop. COST: Tickets for The Fall Fundraiser are $250-$650. Tickets for both events are available by contactng Gina Wake at gwake@ COCAstl.org or by calling 314.725.1834, x144. CHAIRS: Honorary chairs for the event are St. Louis Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kelvin Adams and Dr. Karen S. Collins. Event co-chairs are Vickie Newton and Dwayne Butler, Cheri and Ron Fromm, and Glenda and Jim Seldin. The scholarship chair is Bill Carson, and the quiet auction chair is Pat Whiteside. DETAILS: As part of the Fall Fundraiser ’s program, COCA will present the Ferring Award for Philanthropy to The Monsanto Fund, and the Volunteer of the Year Award to Cary Schneithorst Wolfner. Since 1992, the Urban Arts Program has made arts education, performances, and hands-on experiences available to more than 45,000 children who would not have had access to such programs. The program provides $500,000 in free programming to boys and girls, ages 6 to 17, living in underserved communities in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Each year, the COCA Scholarship Fund administers approximately $150,000 in assistance to students for classes and camps at COCA’s University City site. Valuing diversity as a source of v itality and
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Wash. U. to present “Ragtime” “Ragtime,” Terrence McNally’s acclaimed adaptation of the 1975 novel by E.L. Doctorow, is a sweeping and ambitious tale of race, class and the promise of America at the dawn of the 20th century. It is also a tremendously demanding theatrical production, requiring almost 50 actors and at least a dozen musicians. Indeed, “Ragtime” is so logistically challenging — more than 150 different costumes must be designed and sewn — that it virtually precludes staging by all but the largest of regional theaters. Yet next month, The Black Rep will join forces with Washington University’s Performing Arts Department (PAD) in Arts & Sciences to present this Tony Awardwinning musical as the PAD’s fall Mainstage production. Performances will take place in the university’s Edison Theatre at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 16 and 17; and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18. Performances will then continue the next two weekends, at 8 p.m.
Oct. 23, 24, 30 and 31; and at 2 p.m. Oct. 25 and Nov. 1. Edison Theatre is located in the Mallinckrodt Student Center, 6445 Forsyth Blvd. Tickets are $20, or $15 for Washington University faculty and staff and $10 for children, students and seniors. Tickets are available through the Edison Theatre Box Office, (314) 935-6543, and through all MetroTix outlets. For more information, call (314) 935-6543 or visit padarts.wustl.edu. Set predominantly in New York, Ragtime follows three families — one Jewish immigrant, one upper-class Protestant and one African-American — as their lives intertwine amidst the era’s social upheavals. At the center of the story is Coalhouse Walker Jr., a successful and easygoing ragtime piano player who turns to violence after a white mob destroys his custom Model T. Mingling with the fictional characters are historical figures from the period, ranging from Henry Ford and Booker T. Washington to Harry Houdini and the anarchist Emma Goldman. “In essence, Ragtime is the story of America,” says director Ron Himes, founder of The Black Rep as well as the Henry E. Hampton Jr. artist-in-residence in the PAD. “It’s the immigrant story and the AfricanAmerican story and the story of white Anglo-Saxon Protestants and all the intersections inbetween. It’s also a story about justice — who gets justice and who doesn’t. In a lot of ways, the issues it raises are still with us today.
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The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is happy to announce an upcoming Free Family Day at the museum. On Saturday, October 31 families are invited to the museum for an art-filled day with a Halloween theme. “The Free Family Day program has always been one of the Contemporary’s most successful outreach programs,” said Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Director Paul Ha. “These days enable families to spend a cost-free day together in a creative environment, engaging in art activities.” On Saturday, October 31 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, families are invited to enjoy hands-on art activities while exploring the exhibition For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn’t there. The afternoon will be filled with opportunities for families to create art together while learning about contemporary art. Activities include face painting, decorating black cat masks, and working together to create a life-sized haunted house scene. Children are welcome to come in costume to celebrate Halloween. Every child in costume will be entered in a raffle to receive a special prize! Free Family Days are designed to provide families and children of all ages with fun-filled opportunities to learn about contemporary art. Many of the opportunities are collaborative in nature and provide a vehicle for families to create art together. More than 1,500 children and 2,500 parents attend Free Family Days annually as a fun, educational, and cost-free way to spend the afternoon together. Free Family Day is generously supported by the William T. Kemper Foundation – Commerce Bank Trustee. The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis promotes meaningful engagement with the most relevant and innovative art being made today and has been recognized nationally and internationally for exhibition and education programming. Founded as the Forum for Contemporary Art in 1980, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis re-opened in its current location, 3750 Washington Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63108, with a new 25,000 square-foot building in 2003. Visit the Contemporary’s website at www.camstl.org.
hit B ring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk at age 15, Smith went on to become an Emmy Awardwinner, television and feature film star, director and choreographer, carrying on the great tradition of tap. Audiences may recognize Smith as a featured guest performer on the hit television show So You Think You Can Dance. Samuel Smiths’ motto of “Anybody Can Get It,” ties into what COCA is all about. Everyday, COCA welcomes diverse members of our community to participate in dance, music, theatre and the visual arts, supporting our core mission to “enrich lives and build community through the arts.” The performance will bring together a talented and successful professional artist and demonstrate the mentoring process that COCA provides to young people, especially those who would not otherwise have an opportunity for an arts education. In addition to sharing COCA’s mission in a profound way, the purpose of the evening is to raise funds for COCA’s Urban Arts Program and Scholarship Fund, helping COCA to provide $500,000 in outreach and $150,000 in financial aid. The Urban Arts Program is a multi-faceted outreach program of arts instruction, performances, and workshops offered in school and after-school to approximately 3,000 students in the St. Louis City Schools. WHEN: Friday, November 20 –
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“Unbeatable!” Musical puts breast cancer in a new light By DEBBIE SETTLE Of The Edge October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Most people probably don’t think breast cancer to be a topic to sing and dance about. One lady, Tracy Boyd, does. She has taken her experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer, the process of treatment along with how cancer changed her life and turned it into a musical to show how she dealt with it. There are probably a million opportunities to hear about breast cancer, which still aren’t enough when women are not getting needed testing to allow for early detection, but none are maybe as creative as “Unbeatable!” “Unbeatable!” is Tracy Boyd’s story with original dialogue and songs that put a real face on what a malignant diagnosis can mean. A blend of comedy, drama, tears, laughter, and a lot of thought provoking realism, the show takes you through the transformation that she experienced. The first act opens with Boyd, played by Kristy Cates, leading her multitasking life, burning the candle at both ends, trying to meet everyone’s needs and attempting to balance life. She then gets the phone call that changes everything when the hospital notifies her about the results from a needle biopsy. The show then goes into scenes
from past to present taking the audience on a roller coaster ride as Boyd explores how her perspective of living differs from those around her. Scenes take you in and out of her relationships with her worried mother, her calm friend Pastor James, her sensitive artist husband, her best friend Ally, and later, her “chemo friends” Ruthie and Natalie – two other breast cancer patients. All of which are surrounded by Boyd confronting her previous view on what life was to her and her new found revelations and what she does with them. “Unbeatable!” began its journey as a reading at Phoenix Theatre’s New Works Festival in August of 2006. After some major changes, including welcoming composers Todd Schroeder and Kevin Fisher, the musical was launched. Kristy Cates plays the lead character, Tracy Boyd, which she has already performed in the show’s previews in Phoenix and Houston in 2008. She came to St. Louis after appearing as Elphaba in “Wicked.” Landon Shaw plays Boyd’s husband, Brad. Charity Dawson plays Boyd’s best friend, Ally. Stellie Siteman plays Boyd’s mothera role she was maybe born to play, being the daughter and namesake of her father, Alvin J. Siteman, who the cancer center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University
is named for. John Flack plays Boyd’s friend, Pastor James. Tickets are now on sale for the performance which is hosted by the Westport Playhouse, located at 635 Westport Plaza, in St. Louis. Performances run at different times on Wednesday through Sunday, through Nov. 22. You can purchase tickets by going to www.unbeatablemusical.com and click on the “Purchase Tickets” icon, or by going to www.metrotix.com. For information, call the Playhouse at 314-469-7529. For group sales, call 636-443-9736.
Above and at left, two scenes from “Unbeatable!” Photos for The Edge.
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Family Focus When appearance isn’t skin deep NEW YORK (AP) — Lipstick, moisturizer and a wig can’t cure cancer. But beauty — and beauty products — can help heal wounded self-esteem, which often takes a big hit as patients undergo cancer treatment. Experts say hair loss, skin discoloration and skin dryness can undermine an already physically difficult and emotionally draining process. “Some days I didn’t want anyone to see me or even have my husband look at me,” says Michele VonGerichten, a breast-cancer survivor. “When you are waiting for your hair to grow, you spend a lot of time looking into the mirror, just waiting for a sign that you’re going back to normal.” In interviews, survivors and counselors both say the moment a person doesn’t recognize herself in the mirror because of physical c h a n g e s c a u s e d b y t re a t m e n t can be one of the lowest points of the process. VonGerichten says the minute she took charge and regained her beauty routine, her spirits improved. While she hopes never to put on her wig again, she says she’ll also never go back to the very long hair that she had before chemotherapy began last March. Her hair is now “a really short version of the Jamie Lee Curtis cut.”
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By DEBBIE SETTLE Of The Edge Whether your kids need a fun and creative snack for school, scouts or church, or you just want to make something fun, here are some great ideas for some festive fall treats. Pudding Dirt Cups Courtesy of About.com This dirt dessert recipe is a great cooking activity for kids. Made with chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos and gummy worms, these pudding dirt cups are as fun for the kids to make, as they are tasty to eat. Ingredients: • 2 cups cold milk • 1 4-serving size package instant chocolate pudding • 8 oz. frozen whipped topping (such as Cool Whip), thawed • 1-1/2 cups crushed sandwich cookies (such as Oreos) • 20 gummy worms Preparation: 1. Whisk together milk and instant pudding for two minutes, until pudding is completely dissolved and. Let stand 5 minutes to thicken. 2. Stir in frozen whipped topping and 1/2 cup of the crushed cookies. 3. Spoon into 10 cups.
4. Sprinkle remaining crushed cookies over the pudding mixture. Top with 2 gummy worms. 5. Chill until ready to serve. Makes 10 servings. Chocolate peanut butter rice crispy treats Courtesy of About.com These Halloween rice crispy treats make a festive addition to a kids’ Halloween party. Use a metal pumpkin cookie cutter to shape these Halloween treats. It makes cutting through the rice crispy treats so much easier than plastic cookie cutters. Ingredients: • 11 oz. semisweet chocolate chips • 2/3 cup smooth peanut butter • 6 cups crispy rice cereal (such as Rice Krispies) • 3 cups miniature marshmallows • orange frosting • green icing • black gel icing Preparation: 1. Spray a 9 x 13 pan with cooking spray. 2. In a large (3- to 5-quart) saucepan, heat chocolate chips and peanut butter over low heat, stirring occasionally, until chips are melted. 3. Remove from heat. Stir in cereal
and marshmallows. 4. Pour into prepared pan, pressing down with the back of a spatula, coated with cooking spray, to smooth. 5. Refrigerate until firm, about 1 hour. 6. Use a pumpkin cookie cutter to cut out pumpkin shapes in the rice crispy treats. 7. Frost the round part of the pumpkin with the orange icing. Frost the stem with the green icing. 8. Draw a face on the pumpkin with the black gel icing. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Brownies Courtesy of About.com Serve these pumpkin cream cheese brownies for Halloween and
Thanksgiving. The pumpkin lends a natural orange color and fall flavor to the sweetened cream cheese filling in this easy brownie recipe. Ingredients: • 4 oz. cream cheese • 3 heaping Tbsp unsweetened pumpkin puree • 3 Tbsp. sugar • 1 20 oz. brownie mix • 1/3 cup oil • 1/3 cup water • 1 large egg Preparation: 1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Grease an 8 x 8 baking dish. 2. With an electric mixer, beat cream cheese, pumpkin and sugar until smooth. Set aside. 3. Beat remaining ingredients in a large bowl until smooth. 4. Pour brownie batter into prepared pan. Drop pumpkin cream cheese mixture onto brownie batter. With a knife, swirl cream cheese mixture into brownie batter. 5. Bake 40-45 minutes until just set. Whoo-Hoo Hooty Cheese Owl Complements of bhg.com Ingredients: • 2 8-ounce packages cream
cheese • 2 cups finely shredded smoked cheddar, Swiss, or Gouda • 1/2 cup butter or margarine • 2 tablespoons milk • 2 teaspoons steak sauce • 1 green apple • 3 cashews • sliced almonds • 2 capers • 1 breadstick • sprig of parsley Directions: 1. Let cream cheese, shredded cheese, and butter stand at room temperature for 30 minutes. Add milk and steak sauce; beat until fluffy. Cover and chill for 4 to 24 hours. 2. Shape about 2 tablespoons of the mixture into an oval body. Shape 2 rounded teaspoons into a ball for the head. Press the shapes together. 3. Cut 6 thin apple slices in assorted sizes for wings and press into sides of the body. Push 2 cashews into the body for feet and 1 cashew into the head for the beak. Cover the body with almond slices. Add caper eyes, almond slices and a sprig of parsley at the top of the head, and a breadstick for the tree branch. Makes 1 owl.
Above, Halloween Crispy Rice treats are not only good to eat, but are fun for kids to help make. At left, Pudding Dirt Cups are sure to be a hit, even for those who don’t usually eat worms! Photos courtesy of About.com
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Dining Delights For Diwali, savory snacks as big as sweets By MICHELE KAYAL Associated Press If you rolled a bit of Christmas, New Year ’s Eve and the Fourth of July all into one, then catered the affair with heaps of sweets and savory snacks, you’d begin to get a taste for what it means to celebrate Diwali, India’s best known festival. The sugary treats known as “mithai” — thousands of tons are prepared for Diwali every year — tend to get most of the attention during this holiday that marks the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. But Indian food is all about balance and contrasts. Salty, spicy snacks collectively referred to as “namkeen” or “karam” play an equally important role during Diwali, which this year falls on Oct. 17. Piquant little diamonds called shankarpali; chili-spiked mixes of flaked rice and lentils called chivda; and crisp, golden noodles called ribbon pakoda serve as both munchies and gifts, the latter an element as critical to Diwali as to Christmas. “It’s a time when a lot of family connections and kinship ties are strengthened,” says Sharmila Sen, a humanities editor at Harvard University Press and expert on Indian food. “For women, it’s important that their families send these elaborate presentations of nuts and savories to their husband’s family, thereby strengthening the ties.” The legends behind Diwali — a word taken from the Sanskrit w o rd d i p a v a l i m e a n i n g “ ro w of lights” — vary by region in
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frying Arrange a large sheet of waxed or parchment paper on the counter near the work area. In a large bowl, combine both flours, the yellow split peas, cayenne, sesame seeds, curry leaves and salt. Using a pastry cutter or 2 knives, cut in the butter. Add ¼ cup of the water and begin making a dough. Add water 1 tablespoon at a time until the mixture has the consistency of pie crust. Working on the waxed or parchment paper, form the dough into 1inch balls, then use a rolling pin to flatten each into a disc about 1/4 inch thick. Set the discs on
the paper, then use a knife to cut the discs into quarters. Using a fork, prick each piece in several places. In a large, deep skillet over medium, heat about 1 inch of oil. To test the oil, place a small piece of bread it in; it should sizzle. Carefully slip the quarters into the oil. Do not crowd the skillet. Turn them occasionally with a slotted spoon, frying until golden brown. Transfer to paper towels to drain. When completely cool, store in an airtight container. Will keep for several days. (Recipe adapted from the blog “Food in the Main” at http://sr foodblog.blogspot.com)
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Dining Delights OK, we admit these are our opinions and you certainly should form your own, but it is nice to have a guide of places to eat when you are undecided or want to try something new or different. To send us a suggestion of a restaurant to try, e-mail theedge@ edwpub.net 54th Street Bar and Grill Edwardsville 4 stars Great menu selection, something for everyone. Prices are very reasonable and have not had a bad selection yet. Remember to get your frequent diner card stamped when ordering an entree so you can get one free when your card is full. Cold Stone Creamery Edwardsville 5 stars I really would give this more stars if we had them, but all we can give is five. I LOVE their ice cream concoctions, particularly the Cheesecake Fantasy or the Apple Pie A La Cold Stone. I really could put more selections here, but use your imagination!
Edwardsville 4 stars Great menu selection of gourmet sandwiches, soups, salads, pastas and more. Great downtown Edwardsville location where you are sure to see someone you know. Bobby’s Frozen Custard Maryville 5 stars Gosh, maybe we just like desserts, but Bobby’s has a following in Madison County that most people know. Great custard, great carmel apples, lots of selections and more. Strawanna and the Bobby’s Turtle are some of the favorite selections. Carisillo’s Mexican Restaurant Collinsville 3 1/2 stars A great selection, similar to LaFonda. Good prices and endless chips and salsa. Service is quick and friendly. Not the fanciest, especially on the outside, but don’t judge a Mexican restaurant by its cover!
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The food is good at Bully’s, but a little foo-foo for a barbecue place. The prices are a little more than typical barbecue fare. Good for business lunch or dinner and nice servings. El Maguey Mexican Restaurant Edwardsville 3 Stars Good chips and salsa start you off with a nice selection of dishes.
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Flower fanciers have generally forsaken native plants over the years for the fashionable and the flashy, but the robust perennials are quickly becoming garden chic and the center of an ongoing conservation campaign. The handbook of the natural landscape movement may be Douglas Tallamy’s “Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens” (2007, Timber Press), which brings into sharp focus the relationships between plants and wildlife. “Plants generate the food for all the terrestrial life on the planet,” Tallamy, a professor and chair of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, said in an interview. “Insects and birds are disappearing because we’re starving them with the wrong kinds of plants when we landscape,” he said. It’s understandable that people want new and different kinds of plants for their gardens, but alien species don’t contribute much, if anything, toward the care and feeding of wildlife, he said. “Insects are not adaptable. Their physiology is locked into the plants with which they’ve co-evolved,” Tallamy said. “It’s like the Monarch butterfly gets its nourishment primarily from milkweeds. If we start spraying all the milkweeds, the monarchs can’t simply go off and start feeding on oak trees.” Miriam Goldberger, who with her husband, Paul Jenkins, owns and operates Wildflower Farm Inc. near Coldwater, Ontario, puts it another way: “A lot of my hybridized plants are like junk food compared to the natives. They don’t have much dietary value.” But one person’s wildflower is another person’s weed. Time for some definitions: “Natives” are considered plants indigenous to North America before European settlement. “Weeds” are any plants growing out of place. A “forb” is a wildflower that grows without human involvement. “Naturalized aliens” are plants that have taken hold in certain areas but that should be avoided because they crowd out and contaminate native gene pools. (Queen Anne’s lace, Chicory, Oxeye daisy, are some naturalized aliens.) “Common milkweed is on Ontario’s noxious weeds list, yet several (provincial) departments purchase milkweeds from us to support the Monarchs,” Goldberger said. “This weeds-wildflower debate needs a little more thinking and a little more homework as people
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need two or three years to reach blooming size, but really take off once established.” • Naturalized gardens may look more disheveled than formal flower beds, especially after the flowers fade, but don’t be quick to remove the spent plants. Birds will eat their seeds; insects will shelter in their hollow stalks.
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For 23 years, Julie Gore has heated her Ada, Ohio, home with a wood-burning stove. When the old one wore out, she didn’t hesitate to buy another for her family room. “It’s warm and toasty,” said Gore, an administrative assistant at Ohio Northern University. “I wouldn’t trade it. If you get a chill you can stand by it and warm up.” Stoves as secondary heating sources are growing in popularity, and come in two basic varieties: wood stoves and pellet stoves. Some proponents say the stoves can be more environmentally friendly and help cut energy costs; other experts say that can vary from household to household. Traditional wood-burning stoves like Gore’s enjoy stronger sales, but pellet stoves, which burn com p re s s e d s a w d u s t , m a y b e gaining, according to the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association, a manufacturers trade group. Wood stoves and wood fireplace inserts saw an 81 percent increase in shipments in 2008, the association said. Pellet stoves and pellet fireplace inserts increased 161 percent that year. Both kinds of stoves are meant mostly to heat specific rooms or groups of rooms, not entire houses. They cost between $3,000 and $4,500 including installation. The federal government is offering a 30 percent tax rebate in 2009 and 2010 for purchases of wood or pellet stoves that meet a 75 percent efficiency requirement. Wood stoves must be fed with logs, while pellet stoves use 40pound bags of pellets poured into a hopper. Most pellet stove hoppers hold an entire bag of pellets, which will last about 24 hours before needing to be reloaded, said Leslie Wheeler, spokeswoman for the trade association. With pellet stoves, look for a model with a large hopper opening to make it easier to load pellets, and check for an easily removable
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he said. “People are looking for any way they can to save.” But if you’re trying to lower home heating bills, Markovich said, you’ll need to turn down the heat in the rest of the home when using a wood or pellet stove. “To really save money, you have to keep the rest of your house colder,” he said. Another tip: Make sure the square footage you want to heat matches the square footage the stove can warm, Markovich said. COST About half of all households nationwide depend on natural gas for heating, according to the federal Energy Information Administration. The agency recently forecast that costs for heating fuels this winter — including natural gas, propane, oil and electric — should all be down. Based on today’s costs, Markovich said, burning pellets costs about 15 percent less than oil and 40 percent less than electric heat, but about 25 percent more than natural gas. “If you’re in fact burning natural gas now, buying a pellet stove is a mistake because it costs more,” he said. Wood stoves can be a bargain for some. “A lot of people are near rural areas where wood is cheap or free,” Markovich said. “If that’s you, that makes financial sense.”
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$12,845 $12,742 $12,712 $12,662 $12,631 $12,558 $12,148 $11,900 $10,495 $9,990 $10,950 Call $16,788 $13,990 $19,995 $15,888 $14,995 $13,995 $13,500 $12,724 $12,495 Call $16,096 $18,895 $18,769 $17,995 $15,662 $14,995 $13,900 Call $13,995 $12,443 Call $8,597 $20,583 $19,700 $18,874 $18,583 $18,495 $11,950 $8,995 $10,990 Call Call $6,942 $14,495 $13,995 $13,995 $13,995 $12,995 $12,950 $11,642 $9,700 $9,895 $4,944 $26,700 Call $28,711 $22,582 $32,944 $16,900 $20,944 $15,995 $9,995 $36,995 $33,444 $35,686 Call $20,995 $20,275 $19,495 $18,748 $18,643 $15,646 $15,985 $18,595 $17,495 $16,712 $8,895 Call
George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Koetting Ford Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC St Louis Honda Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM St Louis Honda Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Underwood Motors George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo St Louis Honda Victory Lane Ford George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Koetting Ford Ackerman Auto Plaza Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Ackerman Auto Plaza Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC
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Sebring Sebring Sebring Sebring Co SEBRING LX TOWN & COU TOWN & COU Town & Cou Town and C
2008 2003 2002 2006 2001 2007 2005 2002 2005
$12,872 $5,995 $6,495 $10,995 $3,888 $16,674 $7,900 $6,995 $9,788
21344 R1536-1 90372 21537A B973 B980 D60001A P2179 097353A
Weiss Brentwood Volvo Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Ackerman Auto Plaza Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Ackerman Auto Plaza St Louis Honda
866 801 9462 866-438-1169 866-438-1169 866-419-2762 866 576 3845 866 576 3845 877-223-2703 866-419-2762 877 584 1058
AVENGER Avenger Caliber Caliber Caravan Caravan Challenger CHARGER Durango Grand Cara Grand Cara Grand Cara NITRO RAM 1500 RAM 1500 RAM 3500 RAM VAN 25 Stratus
2008 2008 2008 2008 2006 2002 2008 2007 2000 2008 2007 1996 2007 2008 2007 2008 1994 2006
$18,990 Call $12,700 $10,961 $9,700 $5,995 $40,904 $21,900 Call $18,861 $15,985 $3,995 $18,900 $26,900 $20,900 $32,995 $3,944 $8,990
X5169 21036A B2421 21345 3218A 5002A R1521 C45050A 4532 P2105Z Y265 T1126B D41030A J65109A P1518A D64139B R14502 K124A
300 300 300-SERIES 300-SERIES CONCORDE L Pacifica PT Cruiser PT Cruiser PT CRUISER Sebring
2006 2005 2006 2006 2002 2007 2008 2006 2003 2009
$17,944 Call $18,995 $14,995 $7,221 $17,700 $10,995 $10,450 $5,900 $13,998
BRONCO E-350 ECONOLINE Econoline EDGE EDGE Edge EDGE SEL P Escape Escape Escape ESCAPE ESCAPE ESCAPE Escape Escape Hyb ESCAPE XLT ESCAPE XLT EXPEDITION EXPEDITION EXPEDITION Explorer Explorer EXPLORER Explorer EXPLORER E Explorer S EXPLORER X F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-150 F-250 F150 F150 F150 F250 SUPER F250 SUPER F350 SUPER Flex Focus FOCUS FOCUS Focus Focus FOCUS FOCUS Focus FOCUS S/SE Freestar Freestyle FUSION FUSION Fusion
1996 1996 2006 1998 2008 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2007 2007 2006 2005 2002 2006 2008 2007 2010 2007 1998 2007 2007 2006 2006 2009 2007 2005 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2003 1996 2009 2007 2007 2010 2007 2010 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2001 2007 2005 2007 2009 2007 2006
Call $3,904 $11,979 $6,961 $22,990 $22,990 $22,990 $24,363 $21,990 $19,995 $18,990 $17,990 $15,900 $11,995 $7,904 Call $16,865 $16,989 Call $21,990 $9,995 $22,990 $20,995 $16,990 Call $28,999 $24,990 Call $28,990 $23,450 $26,990 $24,990 $22,990 $24,990 $20,990 $17,990 $18,279 $6,995 $4,995 Call $24,941 Call Call $32,241 Call $27,990 $15,692 $14,990 $14,990 $13,990 Call $13,990 $10,990 $5,990 $11,141 $9,990 $17,990 $19,990 $14,990 $14,990
P2099ZB R1528 B794 21201A P5179 P5190 P7581 P914 P7552 B2413 P7538 P5223 D60057A Z10013A R1529 A62053 B955 B985 T1020 11741A T10051A P7580 4176A X5164 5100B B983 P7565 B982S P7550 R1547 P7578 P7564 X5155 P7540 11688A P7566 X5209 P3685 91921 T981 P922 B9109 T1008 B9102 T1021 P7499 P2123Z P5130 X5133 P7574 P2131Z X5207 11699A K198A B988 J631A J313A P5135 X5161 P7553
P2120Z P2121Z P2035Z P2045Z P2073Z P2084Z P2112Z P1491 R14931 X5091 R14841 4490 P7006 Y282 B2433 100241A D82011A P7080 6755 P2069Z B2317 4504 P2114Z P7134 P2071Z P7179 P2063Z B2431 D64133A 4489 B2359A 29391A 097585A B9101S P2029Z B2381 P2122Z P2029Z B90008A R1490 P3672 X5203 P2425A 4530 29585A P7041 P7154 P7090 P7191 B2391 Y274 29115A B2321A 4448 91382 B2423 4479 P2109Z P2001Z R1557 D64158A R15321 R15323 T10161A2 P7213 R1544 29403A 4485 P7015 P6943 B2414 P2081Z P2080Z 29390A Y320 P7212 B2399 P2070Z P2049 4535
CHRYSLER R1567 1373A B90264A C13073A B9100S B2409 Y312 P2420 P1511A P7004
Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Victory Lane Ford Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui Ackerman Auto Plaza Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia St Louis Honda
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DODGE Koetting Ford George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Weiss Brentwood Volvo Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur
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FORD George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Victory Lane Ford Weiss Brentwood Volvo Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Koetting Ford Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Koetting Ford Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur
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FUSION SEL Mustang Mustang MUSTANG MUSTANG Mustang MUSTANG MUSTANG MUSTANG Mustang Mustang MUSTANG GT RANGER Ranger Ranger TAURUS Taurus TAURUS Taurus Taurus Taurus Taurus Taurus SHO THUNDERBIR
2008 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2005 2003 2010 2007 2006 2005 2009 2007 2005 2005 2003 2000 1996 1997 2002
$15,093 $22,990 $18,990 $17,990 $15,990 Call $23,990 $22,990 $14,490 $14,990 $11,995 Call $14,641 $17,990 Call $24,990 $10,995 $10,990 $7,904 Call Call $5,990 $5,000 $19,990
B986 P7529 P7546 P5189 P5218 6773 X5215 X5214 X5193 J481A P2198 F1022 P920A P7557 4518A P5188 K8014A X5195 R1535 4515 097512A P7501B T1680 11650B
Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Underwood Motors Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Ackerman Auto Plaza Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Koetting Ford Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM Koetting Ford Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC St Louis Honda Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Trust Family Auto Sales Koetting Ford
866 576 3845 866-515-4038 866-515-4038 866-340-8597 866-340-8597 866 485 3136 866-340-8597 866-340-8597 866-340-8597 866-515-4038 866-419-2762 866 576 3845 866 576 3845 866-515-4038 877 691 9016 866-340-8597 877-396-5065 866-340-8597 866-438-1169 877 691 9016 877 584 1058 866-515-4038 866-398-4214 866-340-8597
COMPASS Compass Grand Cher GRAND CHER GRAND CHER LIBERTY Liberty WRANGLER
2007 2007 2008 2006 2003 2008 2006 2004
$16,995 $12,998 $17,645 $17,995 $12,900 $19,995 $18,995 $16,995
Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC St Louis Honda Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia
866-401-2564 877 584 1058 866 377 3110 877-223-2703 877-223-2703 866-401-2564 866 617 6146 877-223-2703
Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick
Rio Sorento SPECTRA
2006 2006 2008
$5,741 29221A $15,995 P2204 $13,990 X5166
2500 Acadia ACADIA ENVOY ENVOY ENVOY ENVOY Envoy XL Sierra 150 Sierra 150 SIERRA 150 Sierra 150 Yukon Yukon YUKON XL
1984 2009 2008 2008 2008 2007 2005 2005 2008 2007 2005 1994 2007 1996 2002
$2,888 Call $29,995 $23,995 $19,995 $17,995 $14,990 $14,990 $18,990 Call $21,995 $2,860 $32,446 Call $15,495
29517AA 4520 P7078 P7079 B90210A T90156A X5217 J645A P7543 5126A C13072A 9059-1 P2106Z 5055B T90107A
Continenta LS Mark LT MKX NAVIGATOR Town Car Town Car Zephyr
2000 2004 2006 2007 2002 2007 1999 2006
Call $16,900 $29,990 $31,990 $15,348 $22,990 Call $23,990
MAZDA3 MAZDA3 MAZDA6 MAZDASPEED RX-8
2008 2004 2008 2005 2007
$11,488 $11,900 $11,988 $13,988 $18,990
C-Class CLK-Class E320 CDI
2005 2007 2005
$16,843 21282A $27,781 21290 $29,995 B091607A
GRAND MARQ GRAND MARQ GRAND MARQ Grand Marq Mariner MARINER PR Milan Milan Milan Milan MONTEGO Mountainee Mystique Sable
2009 2001 2008 2004 2007 2010 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2004 1999 1995
$20,292 $4,846 $18,990 Call $14,997 Call $18,990 $16,990 $14,995 $14,990 $14,990 $15,990 Call Call
$19,990 097580A $16,495 T7517
BONNEVILLE Bonneville G5 G5 G5 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G6 G8 GRAND AM Grand Am Grand Am GRAND AM G GRAND PRIX Grand Prix Grand Prix GRAND PRIX GRAND PRIX GRAND PRIX GRAND PRIX Grand Prix GRAND PRIX Grand Prix Grand Prix Grand Prix Grand Prix Grand Prix GRAND PRIX Montana SOLSTICE Sunfire Torrent Torrent VIBE Vibe Vibe Vibe VIBE Vibe
2004 2003 2009 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2006 2006 2006 2009 2004 2004 2002 2004 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2006 2005 2005 2001 2002 2008 2002 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2004
$9,995 $11,995 $13,995 $15,990 $14,990 $21,904 $16,995 $16,444 $14,995 $16,495 $15,995 $15,995 $15,495 $15,495 $15,495 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $14,800 $14,711 $14,595 $13,995 $13,995 $13,995 $13,995 $13,709 $12,628 Call Call $14,900 $12,944 Call $25,995 $10,990 $7,995 $6,570 $9,185 $15,995 $15,995 $15,955 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $14,995 $13,995 $13,092 Call Call $13,995 $12,995 $9,495 $6,046 $6,995 $24,995 $6,477 $17,725 Call $18,495 $17,995 $17,404 $16,995 $15,995 $9,995
T10054A P2021 B2439 X5153A X5183 R1527 B2386 R1554 B2369 P7167 P7184 P7190 P7197 P7161 P7193 P7188 P7183 P7192 P7148 P7198 P7175 B2441 B2389 P2126Z P7205 P7117 Y304 P7186 P7125 P2115Z P2090Z 4519 4529 P2153 267937 1349B P7209 X5204 4454 Y268 T985S P7201 B2444 R1489 P7092 P7140 P7141 P7215 B2442 B9103 4506 4507 T1029A 4174A 4195A M1015S 4034A J64009A T7631A P2091Z 4493 P7166 4470 R1538 B2368 P6991 P2368
Eclipse Endeavor Galant Galant Lancer
2006 2004 2009 2009 2009
Call Call $14,988 $14,988 $18,495
Aura Aura Aura Aura Ion LS Relay S-Series S-Series Sky VUE VUE Vue
2009 2008 2008 2008 2005 2003 2005 2002 1997 2008 2008 2008 2008
$18,995 $16,995 $14,646 Call $7,950 Call $9,904 Call Call $21,479 $19,995 $19,995 $19,904
B2426 B2345 P2092Z 4482 R1495 P2405 R1531 4524 097589T T7450 P7085 P7107 R1518
GMC George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC
866 496 0381 877 691 9016 866-401-2564 866-401-2564 866-401-2564 866-401-2564 866-340-8597 866-515-4038 866-515-4038 877 691 9016 877-223-2703 866-438-1169 866 496 0381 877 691 9016 866-401-2564
HONDA Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Accord Civic Civic CIVIC Civic Civic Civic Sdn CR-V Element Odyssey Odyssey Odyssey Ridgeline
2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2003 1998 2009 2008 2008 2006 2003 2005 2006 2007 2007 2005 2000 2006
$19,990 $18,998 $18,990 $18,888 $17,990 $16,990 $16,788 $17,990 $15,998 $14,998 $16,995 $13,990 Call $21,990 $17,990 $15,066 $15,788 $8,795 Call $15,488 $18,990 $22,340 $12,998 Call $16,488
P7033 P6993 P7032 P7037 P7042 P7007 096957A P7022 P6984 P6971 T1001A 097622A 097601A 097230A P7035 T1024A P7013 P2437 21347 100145A 096500A 100166A 100049A 100245B P7016
St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda Bob Brockland Pontiac Buick GM St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda Victory Lane Ford St Louis Honda Ackerman Auto Plaza Weiss Brentwood Volvo St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda St Louis Honda
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Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick
HYUNDAI ELANTRA Santa Fe Santa Fe SONATA Sonata Sonata SONATA
2008 2008 2002 2009 2009 2009 2008
$14,495 $16,883 Call $15,995 $15,944 $13,990 $13,995
P7030 YP1222 P2399 P7036 R1561 P7002 P7055
FX35 G35 G35 Sedan G37 Sedan
2006 2003 2006 2009
$26,826 $11,990 $21,367 $32,944
21342 P6952A 21299 R1560
Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC St Louis Honda Ackerman Auto Plaza Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick St Louis Honda Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC
866-401-2564 877 584 1058 866-419-2762 866-401-2564 866-438-1169 877 584 1058 866-401-2564
INFINITI Weiss Brentwood Volvo St Louis Honda Weiss Brentwood Volvo Four Flags Motors Pontiac Buick
866 801 9462 877 584 1058 866 801 9462 866-438-1169
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George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo 866 496 0381
Z90500A P6977 Y279 P1519A C48006A P7106 T10340A J65112A
KIA George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo 866 496 0381 Ackerman Auto Plaza 866-419-2762 Koetting Ford 866-340-8597
LAND ROVER P2413
Ackerman Auto Plaza
LINCOLN K255A 6598 P7560 P7567 B974 P7573 21032A P7576
Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Underwood Motors Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur George Weber Chevrolet Waterloo Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur
866-515-4038 866 485 3136 866-515-4038 866-515-4038 866 576 3845 866-515-4038 866 496 0381 866-515-4038
LOTUS Newbold Toyota BMW Scion
866 617 6146
MAZDA P6996 P1517B P6995 T7560 J597A
St Louis Honda Royal Gate Dodge of Columbia St Louis Honda Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur
877 584 1058 877-223-2703 877 584 1058 866 617 6146 866-515-4038
MERCEDES Weiss Brentwood Volvo Weiss Brentwood Volvo Newbold Toyota BMW Scion
866 801 9462 866 801 9462 866 617 6146
MERCURY P917 B943S X5120 4494A T7670 T1028 P7535 P7569 Mike1 P7522 X5060 P7558A 4477B 4536
Victory Lane Ford Victory Lane Ford Koetting Ford Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Victory Lane Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Koetting Ford Jack Schmitt Ford Lincoln Mercur Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC
866 576 3845 866 576 3845 866-340-8597 877 691 9016 866 617 6146 866 576 3845 866-515-4038 866-515-4038 866 576 3845 866-515-4038 866-340-8597 866-515-4038 877 691 9016 877 691 9016
MINI COOPER St Louis Honda Newbold Toyota BMW Scion
877 584 1058 866 617 6146
MITSUBISHI 6764 2485B T7607 T7609 B091652A
Underwood Motors Beiermann Buick Pontiac GMC Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Newbold Toyota BMW Scion
866 485 3136 877 691 9016 866 617 6146 866 617 6146 866 617 6146
NISSAN Altima Altima Altima ALTIMA Frontier MAXIMA Pathfinder Sentra
2009 2008 2005 2005 2009 2006 2001 2005
$17,480 $16,980 $16,490 $13,495 $23,795 $17,995 Call $8,490
Alero Custom Cru
Y299 Y297 100089A Z90220AA T7646 T90411A 097149B 097202A
Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui Bommarito Volkswagen of St Loui St Louis Honda Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC Newbold Toyota BMW Scion Dave Sinclair Buick Pontiac GMC St Louis Honda St Louis Honda
866 377 3110 866 377 3110 877 584 1058 866-401-2564 866 617 6146 866-401-2564 877 584 1058 877 584 1058
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GRANDVIEW YARD SALES 10-24-09 8AM-12NOON 511 SUNSET FannyKins, Glassware, books, Jewelry, Art Frames, Miscellaneous 515 SUNSET Longaberger Baskets, Rockwell Plates, Bound National Geographics 529 OAK HILL Nautical & Holiday Decorations, Lamps, Miscellaneous Household 539 OAK HILL Moving Sale!! Women’s Designer 12-14, Luggage, Antiques, Decorations, Etc.
LINCOLN CHEERLEADERS YARD SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 8-NOON Lincoln Middle School Cheerleaders are hosting a yard sale in their gym lobby, 145 WEST STREET, EDWARDSVILLE Variety of items for sale: men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing, toys, books, bikes, household items, etc. ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE USED TO SPONSOR FAMILIES THROUGH THE CHASI FAMILY PROGRAM.
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MULTI-FAMILY MOVING SALE FRIDAY-SAT., 10/23-10/24 8A.M.-3P.M. 40 HICKORY HILL LN., GLEN CARBON 16-foot Trailer, 42-inch Rider Mower, Yard tools, Furniture, Clothing, Collectibles, Toys, Other Miscellaneous
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SELLYOURCARFORLESS! 8 Passenger 2001 Montana, extended. 132 K, Exc. cond. All power, CD/Cass/AM-FM, OnStar/phone. Auto traction, FWD, newer trans. Documented bi-weekly 21 mpg, Hwy 25 mpg. Service record. $5495/OBO. 618-659-9525 (11/20/09)
ONLY $39.00 PER LISTING CALLTHE“ I ” • 656-4700
2002 Coleman Pop-Up. Closed 17’, open 22’. Tongue wt. 350 lbs. Htr/AC/awning/screen room. Queen, double, single beds. Privacy curtains. Inside/Outside propane stove. Front exterior storage, spare tire. $4895/OBO. 618-659-9525 (11/20/09)
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Classified Lost & Found
LOST: Meridian Rd., Timberwolfe Subdivision. Large SHELTIE (looks like Lassie). 14yrs.-old, needs medication. REWARD 618-205-3294
John Geimer Jewelry 229 N. Main St. Edwardsville 692-1497 Same Day Ring Sizing Jewelry Repair Diamond & Stone Replacement
WE BUY GOLD AND JEWELRY Miscellaneous 930
White Glove Cleaning
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• New Home or Apartment Construction • Personal Homes • Offices
(618)980-3300 Decks, Pools, & Patios
POOL BUTLERS Scheduling Pool Closings & Winterization In Ground & Above Ground Safety Covers Sold & Installed Best Prices In Town! Over 20 Years In Business Insured
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• Wallpaper • Specialty Painting • Inside or Outside Work • Power Washing • Deck Refinishing Call: (618) 654-1349 or cell phone: (618) 444-0293
Roofing & Siding
CONSTRUCTION, INC. Serving Edwardsville since 1978 • Roofing • Siding • Aluminum soffit & fascia • And etc.
• Free estimates • Licensed • Bonded
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“Keep up with the Jones’—we do their yard!” Handyman
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• Water Heater Installation • Carpentry • Pressure Washing • Lighting & Ceiling Fans • Drywall • Painting • Windows & Doors
ANGLE & COMPANY HOME REMODELING
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MASTER CRAFTSMAN Carpentry, 30 Years Decks, Garages, Remodeling, Home Repair Basement Finishing Ceramic Tile Small Jobs Welcome Reasonable Rates Insured Andy 618-659-1161
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Rick Mattson Handyman Services LAWN, TREE, CARPENTRY, REPAIRS, AND..... WE DO ANY TYPE OF JOB YOU NEED!
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• Home Improvements • Remodeling • Custom Woodwork • Small Engine Repair • Insured Contractor W.R.N. SERVICES SERVICES
(618) 974-9446 Automotive Repair
AUTO BODY COLLISION REPAIR
Senior Citizen Discount In business since 1995!
Air Conditioning/ Heating 976
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www.mrhandyman.com BOB’S HANDYMAN SERVICE Remodeling & Repair Drywall Finished Carpentry Painting Ceramic tile Build & Repair Decks Exterior House And Deck Washing Landscaping Blinds & Draperies Light Fixture & Ceiling Fans No Job Too Small Insured Call Bob Rose 978-8697
818 LIONS DR @ US 40 W TROY, IL 62249
Proudly servicing the area for over 25 years. Free estimates Financing available Repairs and installations
Call us for all of your heating and cooling needs.
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Randy Moore Repair Service, Inc. “24 Hour Emergency Service” 30 Years Experience - Troubleshooting - Service Repairs And Upgrades - All Electrical Items - Install Lights & Fixtures - Complete Rewire
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Campers, RV's & GoCarts
Waterloo German Band at Edwardsville American Legion, Nov. 1. Doors Open 1pm, Dancing 2-5pm. Donation $5.00. German Food Available. Phone: 659-9335
1996 PONTIAC SUNFIRE: good-condition. 81,433mi.; automatic. Needs transmission. $500. 815/979-8774 2005 PT Cruiser GT Turbo Convertible. Like new, cool vanilla/tan top, tan & taupe leather interior. 33,XXXmiles, never driven in winter weather, always garaged & covered. $11,950/offer. 618-567-0891
2002 Coleman pop-up. Closed 17’, open 22’. Tongue wt. 350lbs. Htr/AC/awning/screen room. Queen, double, single beds. Privacy curtains. Inside/outside propane stove. Front exterior storage, spare tire. $4895/obo. 618-659-9525 (11/20/09) Mid State Camper Sales. Come by and see the all new 2010 Flagstaff lite weight travel trailers and 5th wheels. Dealer for Jayco, Flagstaff, and Springdale. Rt. 40 E of Vandalia at Bluff City. 618-283-4396 See our inventory @ www.midstatecampersales.com
Help Wanted General
Acting & Modeling Agency is 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LT, 4accepting applications for ages DR, 29k miles, very clean, 3mo to 80yrs. Beginners welunder warranty, $10,700/OBO. come. Images Agency’s people 978-4813 have appeared in Ads, TV 2008 KIA Sportage LX: 2- Shows & Commercials such as: wheel drive, 6 cylinders, silver- Build-A-Bear, Sears Portraits, grey, 25,XXX; remote key w/all Six Flags, Wal-Mart, McDonpower & locks. Like new. alds, & BJC Hospitals. We $14,500/OBO. 618/667-4718 develop, market & place all sizes & heights. Apply Online at www.stlcastingcall.com or call Trucks, Vans, 314-372-0512. State Licensed.
8 Passenger 2001 Montana, extended. 132K, Exc. cond. All power, CD/Cass/AM/FM, OnStar/phone. Auto traction, FWD, newer trans. Documented biwkly 21mpg, Hwy 25mpg. Service record. $5495/obo. 618659-9525 (11/20/09)
Help Wanted General
GENERAL MAINTENANCE Local company is looking for individual to perform general maintenance, handyman, mowing, cleaning. Full time position. Must be responsible, energetic, have vehicle, excellent references. Reply to Blind Box 132, Edwardsville Intelligencer, 117 N. 2nd St., Box 70, Edwardsville, IL 62025
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Cleaning service taking applications: Part Time. Experience preferred. Apply @ www.bandrcleaningllc.com
Experienced person in a NANNY POSITION and housekeeping duties also. Please send complete resume and references to: Nanny, P.O. Box Need trustworthy & reliable help 922, Edwardsville, Illinois cleaning homes, PT. $10/hr. 62025-0922. 618/659-7276 or 618/520-3475: leave message. TRI-COR Industries, Inc Call Center at SIUE is looking for dependable, mature telephone interviewers, computer skills & typing required. Day, evening Carrier Routes 401 and weekend shifts available, $8.00/hr to start. Up to 29 hours per week available. Shifts are: CARRIER NEEDED! 9-4, 4-8, 5-9,( M-F), 9-3 (Sat), 12-6 (Sun). Fax resume to: 618- Rt. 79 - Newspaper carrier 659-9376 needed in the area of vicksburg Subdivision-off of Goshen Rd. Help wanted Approximately 29 newspapers Office 315 on this route. Papers need to be delivered by 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday and by 8:30 a.m. PT Receptionist/Clerical Asst. Saturdays. This route will be If you want to work only available on October 26th or 30/hr/week with full benefits, possibly sooner. If you are interhave good admin skills, & can ested in this route, please call provide excellent customer serthe Intelligencer at 656-4700 vice, we have job for you. Must ext. 40. have one yr previous exp in an admin role, exp as a receptionist, and the ability to use Word, Excel and the Internet. Pleasant personality and professional demeanor is a must! If you meet these qualifications and want to join a dynamic organization, submit a cover letter and resume by Nov 6, 2009 to: Lewis & Clark Library System 6725 Goshen Road, Edwardsville, IL 62025 Attention: Juliette Douglas RE: Receptionist/Clerical Assistant Or e-mail: email@example.com
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Positions For Hire
Our mission is to provide opportunities for persons with barriers to employment to work and live more independently in the community. We currently have the following opportunities:
Location: Aftergut (Federal & State Residential Re-Entry Center) Provide career counseling to all residents and develop relationships with business to hire residents. Bachelor’s degree required. Experience with case management and job development required, 1 year experience preferred.
Employment Specialist (EOS Placement)
Location: St. Charles Rehab Assist individuals to identify, obtain, and/or maintain employment commensurate with their social, psychological and medical needs and abilities. Assist consumers with any necessary paperwork such as applications, and pre- and post-employment paperwork. Identifies possible barriers to employment and/or job retention and makes the necessary recommendations. Maintains regular contact with the consumer. Maintains attendance records and monthly reports and submits on a timely basis. Maintains ongoing communication with referral sources. Assist with job coaching and bus training, as assigned. Bachelor’s Degree in rehabilitation counseling, psychology, education or related field or work experience equivalent. Minimum of one year experience in working with individuals with disabilities.
On call Job Coach (Part-Time)
Location: Farmington Rehab Work onsite with individuals with developmental disabilities to assist in learning job tasks and acclimating to the work environment and co-workers through monitoring and providing instruction. High school diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Experience working with individuals with disabilities required. Current Driver’s License and insurance required.
Big men’s used casual clothing. Sizes 2X & 3X, W=48-52 L=2829. Big selection, excellent condition. $5 or less. Hamel: 6332311
ANTIQUE dark/variegated BEDROOM Set: bed, dressing table, chest; good condition, $200/OBO. Drexel 70”-long DRESSER w/9 drawers: cherryish, like-new, $100/OBO. 618/667-4718 French blue loveseat, $200. Perfect condition, rarely used. Brown cherry end table, coffee table. Claw foot, excellent condition, $150. 667-4710
17 SCRUB UNIFORMS, Small, many styles, like new: blues, prints. Extra tops. $7/uniform. $100/all. 618/667-4718
Transport Wheelchair (has to be pushed). Accommodates to 350lbs, perfect condition, $200. Hamel: 633-2311
4’ White Pine Trees: delivered, Walker: Accommodates large planted, mulched. $64.50 per person, folds flat, 75. Hamel: tree. Buy 10, get 1 free. Other 633-2311 sizes/shade trees. Call (217)886-2316; leave message. Crutches: Aluminum, fits 5’10”6’6”, $20. Cane: Adjustable, $15. Hamel: 633-2311
FREE kittens, first shots & DOUBLE Entry DOORS, wormed. 618-644-2049 or 61860”X80”, white; w/storm doors, 334-8749 screens. $100/OBO. 618/2882296 FREE good electric range and used carpet. 618-204-9453
GRAND PIANO on casters: 65” front-to-back; J. Bauer & Co., Cleaning 532 Chicago. Walnut, ivory keys; w/padded bench. Excellent Appliances 418 condition. $3,000/OBO. E-Clean Cleaning Service 618/530-0977 Foreclosures, Estate, Rental Properties, New construction Frigidaire upright freezer. Works and Move-in/Move-Out CleanClassifieds well, manual defrost, $75/obo. ing. Call 618-409-9363 or visit Merchandise 692-4019 us at: ecleanco.com
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LOCATED IN HAMEL, IL
Just 1/4 mile South of Route 140 and Convenient to I-55
SPEC HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
JRT Instructor/ Retention Specialist
Location: Lippman Assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining employment commensurate with their social, psychological and medical needs and abilities; assist employers to facilitate the successful employment of people with disabilities; provide classroom instruction to assist individuals with obtaining employment. High School Diploma; combination of education and experience comparable to two years of college; two years work experience; ability to communicate well verbally and in written form; Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Location: North County Rehab Office Supervise Evaluation, Placement, Supported Employment, and Skills Training programs to monitor the flow of referrals and quality of services provided in the programs, maintaining relationships with referral and funding sources, and attending to revenue and expenses generated by the programs. The position will also include direct service duties with an active caseload. Bachelor’s degree required, Master degree in Counseling or related field strongly preferred. Experience with case management and psychometric testing required, experience supervision of staff preferred.
To Apply, please visit us at www.mersgoodwill.org
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Houses For Rent
2 BDRM 2 BA, completely remodeled: 400 S. Fillmore, Edwrdsvlle. $800/mo. + deposit, lease. 618-409-4925; 616-1124 2-story, 4BR: quiet street; full bsmt; completely remodeld; big yd.; downtown Edwardsvle; pets OK. $1,350/mo. 618/910-2587
Apts/Duplexes For Rent
Apts/Duplexes For Rent
2 BD 1.5BA Townhome: Glen Carbon, nice area! W/S/T incld. Stove, refrig, dshwshr, patio. $575 mth + dep. 618/307-5811
For Rent: 3 bedroom, 1 car garage, duplex, Glen Carbon. No pets, $850 per month. 618278-4745
2 BDRM LOFT APT in Troy, Newly remodeled, nice neighborhood. Perfect for seniors, singles or couples. No pets. $525/mo. 618-830-4183.
Now Available- 2 bdrm townhomes in Eville. Limited time only, $795 at Spyglass property. We have 3 other locations starting at $825. Restrictions apply. 618-692-9310 www.rentchp.com
2 BEDROOM apartment in Glen Carbon. W/D hookups. $700 per month. 618-975-0975.
Commercial Space For Rent 720
2 Bedroom APARTMENT, Edwardsville, minutes from SIUE: 1.5 bath, W/D hookup. 3000 sf office space, Edw, near $625/month. 618-407-5333 WalMart: ample prkng, rest rms. 2 BR Duplex near SIU: C/A, yd., 8 offices, separate or together. scrnd porch, gar, w/d; updtd BA, Negotiable. 618/692-1794 kit; 95 Devon Ct, Edw. $820/mo. 618-444-4658. Cats ok. 1-yr lse. Commercial Space Available. 500-2400sq. ft. Can be used as 2 BR Duplex, Collinsville: 1 BA. office or wearhouse space. bsmt fam. rm.; lg yd.; W/D hkup; Located on Kettle River Dr., lots of strge, nice area! Must Glen Carbon. Was previously a see! $585+dep. 618/307-5811. beauty & barber shop. 618-9172 BR Duplex. W/D, trash, water 9132 included. Private, quiet Montclaire area. Lease til July 2010. Office Space $695+dep. 618-656-1580
2BR, 1BA, Edw: bsmt., renovated, w/d, CA, gar; no pets/smoking, wooded. $850/mo w/lawn 2 BRs, Glen Carbon, Cottoncare; 1 yr lease; dep. No 1st- wood Sub., w/d hk-ups, APTS time renters. 618-691-9066 starting at $625, TH $675, 3 bedroom home. Open kitchen LOFT $685 (618)346-7878 & living area. New carpet & www.osbornproperties.com
Homes For Sale
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5 acres west of Worden. City water, beautiful serene setting, independent living. $55,000/obo 633-2333; 792-3060
Acreage For Sale
Horse/Hunting property. FSBO: 18 acres, updated home, 2 out buildings, close to town. 8727 Rosewood Hills Dr., Edwardsville
FSBO E’ville 3B2b 2050sf Brick ranch, great area, double lot, large rooms, new furnace, AC, roof, WH, carpet, tons of upgrades. $175,000 567-6083
Commercial Property For Sale 830 LEASE OR SALE: Glen Cbn, near 270. 2000+ sf, stylng rms; equipmnt, furniture incl. Was dr. office. Agent owned. Sale price $359K. $10K remodeling credit if purchased. 618/830-4265
FSBO: 3BR, 2BA ranch: open flr plan, 536 Patton Dr., Troy; pix @ byowner.com $236K. 618/2671704 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, ready to move into. $75,000. 656-8752
Mobile Homes For Sale
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50 Acre Lake Front Home! 1232 sq ft. As low as 0% intrest Financing. $762 per/mo. 618797-6034 or 618-616-2272 OAC
Collinsville/Maryville-Hwy. 159 Up to 1080 sq. ft., starting at $525/mo. (618) 346-7878 www.osbornproperties.com
$439,900-Staunton-Custom-built, one-of-a-kind home has it all!!! Elegant home features 5 bdrms, 3 full baths. Breath-taking marble foyer. Main bdrm suite has tray ceiling & spa-like full bath. Breakfast nook. Pantry. 2 large, 35x19 & 20x8 storage rooms. Downstairs features fabulous wet bar w/hickory cabinets & stained concrete countertops - perfect for entertaining. If that’s not enough, step outside to the large covered patio with lake view. MORE!!!
Cari Fleming (618)610-6992 Brian Luketich (618)315-2346
paint. Large yard. Very nice, in 3 BR DUPLEX: 2 BA, Esic Worden by school. No pets. area. 1-car garage. $900/mo. $650+dep. 633-2333; 792-3060 618/541-5831 or 618/655-0334 3 BR, 1.5 BA in Edwardsville. 1,800 sq. ft., applncs & W/D provided. 1 car gar. Lawn care incl. $1000/mo. 618-610-6300
Collinsville - 2 Bdrm. W/S/T & heat incl. 1 carport spot, & Kitch. applncs. App. fee, $550+dep. No pets. 345-6697
Homes For Sale
3BR, 1.5BA, 700 Hale, Edw: pets cnsidrd w/xtra dep; 2 porchs (1 enclsd), W/D hkup, DR, CA; $950/ mo. Call Mike: 618/656-2783
Collinsville: Studio Apt. Kit. appliances, w/s/t incl. Off-strt 317 Clay, Edw. Charming 2BR, prking. No pets. $275/mo. + 2BA home. Fenced yard. dep., app. fee. 345-6697 Applncs incl., $123,000. 110 4BR, 2BA, 2 car gar, nice yard, Hamel, 2 BR Duplex in Oct., Maple St., Edw. Great location! w/d hookups, full bsmt, 605 w/d hk up & garage. Also, imme- 2BR, 1BA $119,000. Duncan Harvard, Edwardsville, $1200 diate occupancy 1 & 2 BR Apts. Realtors 618-977-2195 mo. 314-210-0280. 50 Devon Ct., Edw. 618-656- ALTON-VERY LG. HOME 7337 or 618-656-4102 w/huge FR, 4BR, 3BA, LR, DR, Pvt. yard, screened porch, dbl. gar. 3,500sf, ready to move in! $173,900 618-462-7070 FSBO Apts, Duplexes, & Homes Visit our website www.glsrent.com 656-2230
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Collinsvle—1530 Franklin, frnt: 4 BR,clean, nice neighborhd, A/C, frig, stve, w/d hook-up. $885/mo + dep. Look then call 288-0048. Country setting in Edwardsville. 1 BR, 1.5 car garage, new renovation. $750/mo.+dep. Inc. trash & water. No pets. 618-973-3559
Apts/Duplexes For Rent
1 excellent 3BR, 1200 sq.ft. TH: Collinsville, near 157/70; 12 min. to SIUE. FP, DW, W/D, ceiling fans, cable, sound walls, offst. prkng. Sm pets OK, yr. lse. $780/mo. Sect. 8 ok. 618/3459610: give AM/PM phone. 1 BDR APT near SIU and downtown Edw. No pets. Quiet street. Avail. now. $400 plus dep., w/out utilities. 618/558-0151 1 BR APTS: $630, incl. all util. & carport, in Edw, close to post office, banks, & shopping. 6929284 leave msg.
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1 Bdrm Loft Style Apt, Main St., Edw, w/t/s pd. All new, w/stove, fridge & washer/dryer. 1-year lease $650 618/407-3139. 1/2 OFF DEPOSIT! Pontoon Beach location! 3Bd 2BA starting at $710per/mo. Call 618797-6034 or 618-616-2272 OAC
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11 RAMSGATE, COLLINSVILLE STATELY BRICK 2-STORY with 3 car side entry garage. Hickory kitchen cabinets & zoned HVAC, & wet bar in the game room. Huge yard. $275,000 CALL SUSAN LANDING 779-7777
1305 GERBER WOODS DR., EDWARDSVILLE AWESOME open floor plan with 4 levels, 4 BR/3 BA, 2,302 sq. ft. Lots of upgrades. Dream kitchen with cathedral ceiling. Attractive backyard with mature trees. www.kasten.biz CALL NORMA KASTEN 377-9933
300 VALLEY VIEW, EDWARDSVILLE SPECTACULAR RANCH, walkout basement. 5 BR/4 BA, 3.616 sq. ft. Main floor laundry, wet bar, 2 fireplaces, game area, remodeled kitchen. $359,900 Floor plan at www.kasten.biz CALL JILL CUMMINGS 978-5953
7823 SUN RIDGE COURT, EDWARDSVILLE NEW CONSTRUCTION on 2 acres. 4 BR/3 BA, 3+ car garage. 2,650 sq. ft. w/ceramic & wood flooring. Island, walk-in pantry & communication center. www.kasten.biz CALL NORMA KASTEN 377-9933
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708 STATE ST., ALTON BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC HOME that maintains its Victorian charm. All the modern amenities are present while the home remains true to its original design. MB w/attached dressing room w/his & her closets. The front & rear parlors are adorned w/beautiful original marble FPs. $199,900 CALL RYAN HIGH 618-889-1777
525 GUELTIG, EDWARDSVILLE CUTE 1.5-STORY HOME situated w/a full fenced back yard & lg 22x18 patio. Very lg kitchen w/center island, walk-in pantry, newer flooring & lighting. Updated tilt-in windows throughout, roof/facia/siding/gutters ‘07 & AC in ‘06. $134,810 CALL SUSAN LANDING 779-7777
2025 GOLF COURSE VIEW CLASSICALLY DESIGNED HOME on cul-de-sac lot. The hardwd entry leads to the FD & kitchen/breakfast area which opens to a delightful screened porch. The luxurious kitchen includes marble countertops, crown moldings, pantry. The master suite offers his n’ her closets, a soaking tub w/separate shower and cherry vanity. $625,000
5940 STATE ROUTE 157, EDWARDSVILLE GREAT LOCATION on Hwy 157 between Edwardsville & Hamel. Sparkling clean & updated full brick ranch with full basement on 3 acres! Recently updated w/ new kitchen. Huge barn for storage, horses allowed. Adjacent to new bike trail. $220,000
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Call SUSAN LANDING 618-779-7777
23 WASHINGTON PLACE, EDWARDSVILLE TERRIFIC NEW KITCHEN boasts beautiful maple cabinets, dramatic countertop, Jenn-Aire range, microwave, pantry, & custom pass-thru to LR. Full walk-out basement, relaxing screened porch overlooking pleasant yard. Charm w/hardwood floors and arched doorway. $144,000
6083 TARA LANE, COLLINSVILLE 5 BR/4 BA. Full finished walk-out basement. 3 car garage & screened porch. Custom built. $339,500 Call LINDA RAYHO 779- 2980 or SUSAN LANDING 618-779-7777
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