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Friday, October 5, 2007

The Week Gut Check Lost It

Posted By on Fri, Oct 5, 2007 at 4:58 PM

You might have noticed Gut Check was relatively quiet this week. Yours truly is getting married two weeks from tomorrow, and preparations are starting to take over my life. (Not to mention I'm on the hook for several more restaurant reviews before I can leave for my honeymoon....)

At any rate, I won't abandon you, loyal readers! (At least until my honeymoon, that is. Sorry: margaritas on the beach > blogging.) In fact, here are some things you can do this weekend:

Soulard is hosting Oktoberfest all weekend. Jeanette Kozlowski has the details right here.

Today and tomorrow don your favorite kilt and partake of the St. Louis Scottish Games and Cultural Festival. The sinister Mr. Night has the info right here.

Saturday and Sunday the Missouri Botanical Garden is hosting the Best of Missouri Market. Lots of food, crafts and more. Jason Toon provides the particulars right here.

Next week: Grow your sideburns long and dig your favorite turtleneck out of the closet. We're having a fondue party.

Have a great weekend. Eat something good.

-Ian Froeb


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