There are some things you begin to understand as you get older. One of those is how you define a great restaurant. Is it the food? Is it the people? Is it just comfy and easy, or next to your house? Here’s the thing about Southwest Diner: they are all three and then some. The … More Best News of the Week: Southwest Diner is open for dine-in service again!
I wore a mask for 14 months. Everywhere. The gym, restaurants for takeout, movie theaters that were actually open, and just about anywhere. I hated it, but did so for the sake of my family and many other families. But that really sounds and even rides off like the tongue like a pile of shit. … More South City Confessions: Masking up or not shouldn’t be a declaration of war between people
Whew! That really escalated quickly. … More COVID-19, a year later
For some reason, Jake Odorizzi is still a free agent. Attention, St. Louis Cardinals. After the cannons finally went off and the very boring hot stove heated up at long last back in January, a civil baseball mind would think a solid starting pitcher still in his prime would be a hot commodity and off … More Why the Cardinals need Jake Odorizzi
Some things in life shouldn’t need explanation or that much oxygen to understand. They are called rules. COVID-19 has taken a pound of flesh, in some way or another, from most of us; some more than others. Local businesses-the lovely family-owned and staffed comfort shacks spread out across Macklind Avenue-have taken a particularly nasty beating … More The simples of rules: Follow the COVID-19 guidelines, or you’ll get shut down