Tag Archives: St. Louis Rams

Show-Me Five: Football Games to See in Missouri

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The football season has begun for high schools and colleges, while the pros have a week off before they begin their 2014 campaigns. It’s a wonderful time of year. There’s hope for taking that next step (see Kansas City Chiefs), there’s sadness (you gotta feel sorry for St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford) and there’s reason for optimism (ready to ... Read More »

Missouri Predictions for 2014

Happy New Year_Missouri

As the New Year begins, people generally plan to make major lifestyle changes, whether it’s a diet, getting “organized” (whatever that means), or making sure to call Mom every Sunday night. No one knows if we’ll actually lose those extra pounds (probably not), get our homes cleaned up (dust bunnies make wonderful pets) or call Mom (do I really have ... Read More »

A Rams Fan is Born

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I grew up in a suburb of St. Louis, but just recently went to my first Rams game. It’s funny no one had ever given me a hard time about that. Now, if I were to say I hadn’t been to a Cardinals game … I do remember the football parties my parents had back in the days of Kurt Warner ... Read More »

MO Football

As the leaves begin to change color and the temperature gets cooler, one thing comes to mind: Football season is here.  And when I say football, I don’t mean soccer, I’m talking about real American football with helmets, tackling and touchdowns. From recreational to professional levels, football brings both unity and competition for Missourians. Throughout Missouri, the sport of football ... Read More »

So Much To Do …

Growing up, Mom always said summer was pretty much over after July 4. I hated that notion, but now understand what she’s talking about. The days of late July and August, though often punishingly hot, do move pretty fast. And while school is on the horizon, there are plenty of things to do in Missouri before the kids get back ... Read More »

The Big Game

Missourians don’t have a “hometown” rooting interest in the Super Bowl (just wait till next year, though), but Show-Me staters always seem to enjoy a big game, and there’s none bigger than the Super Bowl. In recent years, Super Bowl Sunday has become an unofficial holiday of sorts, particularly for people who like to eat huge quantities of food and ... Read More »