Forget about his 2003 hit, âMy Last Name.â I canât get past Dierks Bentleyâs first name. Itâs Frederick. And I for as long as I have been interviewing Bentley — since the first time I covered one of the shows during his High Times and Hangovers tour in 2007 — I donât think I was... Read more »
Things sure have changed since we first met the Party Down South 2 family in Biloxi, Mississippi. And to many fans, itâs like a totally different dynamic this go around. To help make sense of everything, we brought in the expert of all experts: SallyAnn Salsano, @sallyannsalsano, Founder and President of 495 Productions, also creator... Read more »
Done with Dancing with the Stars, finished with answering non-football questions, and putting his NFL hopes on hold, former Missouri Tiger and SEC Defensive Player of the Year, Michael Sam, is ready to play football professionally. Â His professional dreams mayÂ come true north of the border in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes. Sam […]
Governor Jay Nixon is being sued by a group of Missouri lawmakers over state funding that could be used for a new St. Louis football stadium. The public board that owns and operates the Edward Jones Dome is also being sued by the group. Senator Rob Schaaf, along with Representatives Rob Vescovo, Jay Barnes, Mark […]
The renewable fuels industry has gone through some rather challenging times.Â Just when it looked like the future was bright, the economic collapse of 2008 came along pushing crude oil prices down and putting the renewable fuels industry into an economic quagmire as well.Â Then came the drought of 2012 and tight corn supplies pushing... Read more »
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New Yorkâs state legislature is the latest to consider a GMO-labeling bill.Â Legislation has been introduced in both the Assembly and the State Senate which is similar to the Vermont law.Â Foods which contain any genetically modified ingredients would be required to say-so on the label.Â Meat and milk products and restaurants would be exempt.... Read more »
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