Q • I am a big fan of Seoul Taco, and I always enjoy their tacos and burritos. The restaurant is now offering a spicy pork belly stew, and I would love the recipe so I can re-create it at home. — Oren Katz
Dear Dr. Roach • I am having a “push endoscope,” or forced endoscope, tomorrow. They said they found a lesion in a CT scan and want to look into it further. Is “lesion” a fancy name for cancer? — B.E.
Margie Buss and Ron Fitzler were married Nov. 3, 1972, at St. William Catholic Church, Woodson Terrace, Mo. They have four children; three boys and one girl, and seven grandchildren. Mr. Fitzler is a retired electrician after 40 years. They currently live in Maryland Heights.
Grace Kellerhals and Gary Weber were married Nov. 2, 1957, in St. Louis. The couple met at Harris Teachers' College in January of 1953. Mr. Weber taught in the city for thirteen years, then moved to Parkway School District, where he taught elementary school and served as the administrator of various programs before retiring after 24 years. Ms. Weber taught four years in city schools, stayed home to raise their family, started and taught a preschool in their children's Christian school, then spent 22 years teaching seventh and eighth grade math at Parkway Junior High School. She also coached many students in local and regional math. The couple resides in Ballwin.
The Spirit of the Lord Family Church (The Spirit Church), pastored by NFL Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams, will celebrate the completion and Grand Opening of its new, permanent church location in St. Ann 2-5 p.m. Saturday, January 27.
John O'Brien returns with Broadway experience
If you're triggered by creative celebrity baby names, then Kim Kardashian-West punched your ticket. She announced Friday their newest addition's name, Chicago, via social media, of course.
Join P-D for prizes, food and beer while helping "100 Neediest Cases"
Warning: If you are someone who is handy, this article may make you feel inferior.
Everybody likes hearing about the newest buildings in St. Louis, or at least raises their eyebrows at them: like the "stacked cup" design of the One Hundred Building in the Central West End, or a Raising Cane's chicken finger restaurant proposed in the Tower Grove East neighborhood.
Post-Dispatch Features staffers picked their favorite small towns and places in Missouri and Illinois.
Black History Month is just around the corner. In February of each year, we focus on the many accomplishments of African Americans and remember the African American people’s experience in the history of the United States.
Adapted from a recent online discussion.
Dear Dr. Roach • You recently discussed Pap smears. What is the root meaning of the term? Is it a medical test invented by a Dr. Pap, or an acronym for some long and complex medical term, or a smear taken from a woman’s “pap”? — D.W.B.
Who and where • Allison Rabbitt of the Dutchtown West neighborhood at Roadside America, an 8,000-square-foot indoor miniature village and railway in Shartlesville, Pa.
New homeowners may have heard that winterization is important, but in the hubbub of your first year living in a home you own (finally!), it can be easy to overlook the need to prepare for the cold weather ahead. After all, it’s just not something renters deal with - prepping pipes for winter is often the landlord’s job.
The decorations are down. Holiday guests have arrived safely back home. And, the house is a wreck! All that holiday joy has caused new stuff overload called the Clutter Blues. What a luxury it would be to have room to organize, room to store, and room to relax so January could be less about continuing the madness and more about cozying up in front of the fireplace.
McBride & Son Homes’ new community, Cobblestone Crossing, has been the talk of O’Fallon since its grand opening last month.
Q • The golden privet hedge in my backyard is 8 feet high with almost all the foliage at the top. What should I do to get the hedge down to a level of 4 to 5 feet? If I just cut it down to that level, will it sprout shoots that leaf out, or will a trimming that severe kill it?
Planning a wedding is, hands down, one of the most difficult tasks a couple can face. From designing the invitations and floral arrangements to finding a venue and booking vendors, there are many details of executing the perfect wedding and it can all be overwhelming. To make the day go off without a hitch, you may want to consider hiring a wedding planner.
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New book selects work between 1970 and 2016.
Michael Shermer has written a number of books about science, rationalism, pseudoscience, superstitions, Darwin and evolution. The publisher lists “Heavens on Earth” under the category of science, and indeed, Shermer takes a skeptical view of human life after death.
Following up on the glowing reviews from last year’s shindig, the P-D will bring forth some of the names you follow in the newspaper for the contest.
Dear Miss Manners • I’ve been driving for one of the taxi services that people call with an app. My main goal is to get them safely to their destination. I don’t want to portray myself as a know-it-all driver, but I want them to understand that sometimes, traffic happens.
Adapted from a recent online discussion.