October 2019

What had long been rumored was finally confirmed this past August. The years of hard work by MLS4TheLou had finally paid off.
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September 2019

One of the highlights of the summer of 2019 for me was watching The Blues win The Stanley Cup in Boston on June 12th. As all alert readers (ARs) undoubtedly know, the Blues’ accomplishment was unprecedented in the history of sports.  Never before had a team in any of the four major professional leagues in the United States gone from last...
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August 2019

Shortly before sunrise earlier this summer I drove from Sauget, Illinois back to my home in St. Louis. My route took me north on Illinois Route 3 and then west over The Mississippi on The Poplar Street Bridge.
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July 2019

As many alert readers (ARs) know from reading this column, I was able to attend two world-class athletic competitions earlier this year: The Masters Golf Tournament in April and The Kentucky Derby in May.   Many ARs also know from other sources that I attended another championship competition in June: The Stanley Cup Finals. 
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June 2019

Schlafly Beer recently marked an important milestone.  As was announced in numerous media, a group of investors led by my cousin David Schlafly has acquired a controlling interest in the company.  As the chairman I couldn’t be more pleased. 
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May 2019

One of the stories dominating the news cycle in 2019 has been the ongoing war of words, both spoken and tweeted, between a man who was the oldest person ever elected to a first term as U.S. President and a woman who is the youngest person currently serving in the U.S. Congress. 
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April 2019

obert Kraft, the owner of The New England Patriots, has a record of surreptitious taping that extends over most of the 21st century.  Alert readers (ARs) from St. Louis will recall that Kraft’s Patriots won Super Bowl XXXVI after one of his minions secretly taped a practice of The St. Louis Rams. 
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March 2019

February 12th was the 210th birthday of two towering figures of the 19th century, Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln.  Darwin is remembered for his theory of evolution, which challenged both the established science of his day and the deeply held religious beliefs of millions. 
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February 2019

In the spring of 1991 Bonnie Raitt released a song  titled “Something to Talk About” with the memorable refrain “Let’s give them something to talk about.”  Later that year we unconsciously adopted this as our mantra when we opened The Schlafly Tap Room and did indeed give everyone something to talk about. 
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January 2019

One of the highlights of 2019 is sure to be The Rolling Stones tour of the United States, aka No Filter Tour.  Beginning in Miami in April, the group that has long been called The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World will play 15 concerts, six of them in markets where Schlafly Beer is sold year round.
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