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Thursday, August 30, 2012

The Weather Channel Would Like To Tell You About Old Lights and Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 2:03 PM

NOT PHOTOSHOPPED, WE SWEAR.
  • Not photoshopped, we swear.

A little perspective on this weekend's incoming storm, from the Weather Channel: "Look at the twenty degree difference between Thursday to Friday as a high. That is huge! We're talking about maybe needing a sweater and really, really wanting to be in the air conditioning...a bit of a stormy weekend but we need that rain. Some fun things happening this weekend: Sunday night some bands playing at Off Broadway, it's uh Old Lights, Bob Reuter's Ghost Alley to name a few..."

Good to know! So all we need to know for this weekend is head to Off Broadway for Bob Reuter's..Alley Ghost (hey, she was close) and maybe pack a sweater.

No idea if this clip aired on TV, but it's definitely streaming on the Weather Channel web site.

And it's certainly not the case that we think Sunday's Pig Roast at Off Broadway isn't newsworthy -- quite the contrary. But of the possible activities in the St. Louis region this labor day weekend, this one seems like a real dark horse for most relevant to the viewers of the Weather Channel.

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