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    Cool new dad, drinks good beer, watches a lot of baseball.
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    Extraordinary wedding photographer, cool new dad.
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    Robin Wheeler, local blogger, rocker, foodie and interviewer of culinary royalty.
  • Kung Fu Chicken
    Daniel & Carmelita rock! Multidisciplinary artists. Nice, nice, nice. And fun.
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    South City printer with sexy, sexy printing presses.
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    Poet, teacher, father, friend. His cowboy boots wear him. Sports awesome wife.
  • Deb Douglas
    Paints cats sometimes. Very cool painter. I oversimplify for comedic value.
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    Your hostess. The photographer one.
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    Your other hostess. The writerly one.
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Excellent and witty observations. This makes me optimistic for classical music in STL!

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This crazy age of recession does strange things.


The opera itself was magnificent, but I was unaffected by the architecture. Nothing compares to a palace of stunning opulence that still makes you feel you're at home. For better or worse, Powell Hall lacks the desire, and maybe even the ability, to intimidate its patrons.


I think I'm destined to ignore (to my own detriment) the first piece in any symphony performance because it takes me too long to adjust the volume of my inner monologue so I can hear the damned music.


I do agree with you.

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