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‘Boy, did I dream big with the sandwiches!’ | The story behind St. Louis’ signature sandwich

KSDK

Dori Olmos, Abby Llorico

Sep 8, 2020 at 1:45 PM

The Amighetti Special has long been called St. Louis’ signature sandwich. We sat down with the strong-willed woman whose determination made it world famous.

Spam gets a pandemic surge, but canned, processed meats have always had fans

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By Gabe Hartwig St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Fueled by nostalgia, we set out to learn about cooking with some of the canned, processed meats of our youth.

Kounter Kulture owners to open Songbird in Forest Park Southeast near the Grove

St. Louis Magazine

George Mahe

Sep 8, 2020 at 1:21 PM

The grab-and-go concept will serve breakfast, lunch, and coffee from Sump Coffee.

Jason Tilford of Mission Taco Joint on Homemade Tortillas and How To Make Salsa From Scratch

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Mabel Suen

Sep 8, 2020 at 9:00 AM

The chef shares his favorite pantry staples to have on hand.

Washington Avenue restaurant closes indefinitely due to Covid-19

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Vince Brennan

Sep 8, 2020 at 6:24 AM

A popular bar and restaurant on Washington Avenue has closed “for an extended period of time” due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Officials with Lucas Park Grille, located at 1234 Washington Ave. in downtown St. Louis, announced on Facebook Monday that the restaurant would close because of the economic challenges it has faced. “We hope to emerge from this on the other side but just in case we don’t we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our loyal employees, customers and friends…

Carryout and Curbside List from KMOV

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📰 Metro News

City of St. Louis to Postpone Next Month’s National Night Out Event

City of St. Louis - News

Neighborhood Stabilization Team

Sep 8, 2020 at 12:20 PM

The Neighborhood Stabilization Team for the City of St. Louis understands the importance of National Night Out, which is an annual community-building campaign that fosters relationships between police and residents and strengthens neighborhood camaraderie. However, after careful consideration and in consultation with the City of St. Louis Department of Health, this year’s event, which was scheduled for Tuesday, October 6, will be postponed out of an abundance of caution. The Neighborhood Stabilization Team is saddened by this difficult decision, but believes this is the responsible thing to do to prioritize everyone’s health and safety. We will revisit the possibility of hosting this event in the spring of 2021.

from the Twitters

Wishing Aisha’s Husband the Best

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Petition to Stop the 1900 Block of Olive Demolition

https://twitter.com/OfficialMitchll/status/1303454716710367232?s=20

RFT Moving to The Hill

https://twitter.com/RiverfrontTimes/status/1303488859095928833

New Bugs Bunny Stamps

https://twitter.com/AndysToysSTL/status/1303457409269145603

House Explodes

https://twitter.com/savannahKSDK/status/1303663499885924352

New Men’s Clothing Store on Washington

https://twitter.com/beganovic2021/status/1303686999577165824

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