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~ 23/02/09

Trivia “season” is in full swing and a newcomer has entered the field. Food Outreach will host its first Trivia night on March 7th at St. Vincent d Paul Church and their are still a few tables remaining. Cost is $160/table of 8. You bring the food/beverages, they provide the fun! My favorite kind of trivia nights. For more info, visit

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~ 22/02/09

Time again for anouther great presentation from Science on Tap this Wednesday at Schlafly Bottleworks. This month features Professor and jazz musician, William Lenihan speaking on The Compositional Process: From Infants to Jazz to Film.

From their email:

We have a unique speaker at Science on Tap this Wednesday, February 25th, 7pm-8:30pm  at the Schlafly Bottleworks, Crown Room, in Maplewood at 7260 Southwest Ave. Professor William Lenihan will speak on:  The Compositional Process: From Infants to Jazz to Film, with demonstration.  He is the Director of Jazz Performance at WU.  He performs throughout the US and Europe as a jazz musician but also concertizes, performing classical music and electronica.  He has performed many times as classical guitarist with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theater of St. Louis.  Mr. Lenihan has composed music for film, multimedia and television including collaborations with George Lucas, Ron Howard, David Wheatley, PBS, CBS, NBC, ABC and The Discovery Channel.  He has composed music for a number of movie trailers, including License to Kill (James Bond).  He has also played in Broadway productions on tour with Julie Andrews and Bernadette Peters, to name a few.

Mr. Lenihan has studied composition with Pierre Boulez, Henry Mancini and Bruce Broughton and studied with Richard Beirach, Ralph Towner and Gary Peacock. In addition, he has written music for infants, co-founding the the concept of bio-music that reproduces the sounds in the womb:  SoundScience.  What a perfect segue for Science on Tap!

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~ 19/02/09

First as Snuggie Pub Crawl, now a run in your undergarments to support The Colon Cancer Alliance! Have to admit, people are being clever in these uncertain economic times. So the question is… Which will chafe less on a 5k run? Boxers or Briefs?

From Fleet Feet:

Yep, you read it right. 5000 meters in your favorite undergarment!

The Colon Cancer Alliance’s (CCA) 1st Annual St. Louis Undy 5000 event will take place on Saturday, March 28th, 2009. This “brief” 5K run/walk is designed to raise awareness and funds for the fight against colorectal cancer. Because runners and walkers will be wearing anything from their favorite running shorts to their wildest pair of boxers, this event is sure to get people talking.

The Undy 5000 begins at 9AM and will be held at Forest Park at the Upper Muny parking lot. All Undy 5000 participants will receive a commemorative pair of boxers (while supplies last). The Gateway CCA Chapter will kick off the opening ceremony, set to begin around 8:45AM.

Awards will be given to the top three overall male and female finishers, as well as to the top three males and females in the following age groups: 10 & under, 11 to 19, 20 to 29, 30 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59, 60 to 69, 70 & over.

You can register for the event online by visiting the Undy 5000 website. You can also register during packet pickup, which will be held on Friday, March 27th, at FLEET FEET Sports in Chesterfield, from 10AM-8PM. There will also be race day registration and packet pickup.

This important but fun event will be held in different cities across the country throughout the year to educate the public about colon cancer, promote screenings, and get people talking about this deadly, but preventable disease. The Undy 5000 will raise much-needed funds to support and build CCA’s innovative screening and awareness programs.

To register or to learn more about the Undy 5000 and colon cancer, visit   You may also reply to this email or contact Eric Doherty at (636) 328-5984.

Facts about colorectal cancer:

  • Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States, second only to smoking-related lung cancer.
  • Each year, more than 150,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
  • As many people die each year from colon cancer as breast cancer and AIDS combined.
  • One out of 18 people will develop colorectal cancer in their lifetime.
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~ 18/02/09

Not getting enough RCP? Be sure and follow us on Twitter! If that is not enough, be sure and check us out on LinkedIn and FaceBook. Fun stuff!

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~ 16/02/09

Brilliant!!! Someone must organize this in Soulard immediately!

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Got this from the good folks over at Metropolis via LinkedIn. Looks interesting!

Join Metropolis St. Louis and Focus St. Louis…

Community Concerns Forum – “Energy Shaping Your Community”
Thursday, Feb. 19, 4:30-6:00p.m.
Focus St. Louis, The Old Post Office, 815 Olive Street, Suite 110, Downtown St. Louis, MO 63101

When people think about energy, they often think about the negatives such as high gas prices, environmental challenges and national security issues. However, many communities are seeing that there are ways to capitalize on economic opportunities related to energy. What challenges does the St. Louis region face in pursuing these opportunities? What strategies seem to offer the best paths to success?

Join Metropolis St. Louis and Focus St. Louis as we come together to discuss our community’s priorities and concerns around the issue of energy-related economic development. Your input will be used in developing Southern Growth’s 2009 Report. In addition, we hope suggestions at this forum will stimulate further action in the region on environmental sustainability.

This forum is complimentary. Register at . Parking is available in the 9th Street Garage. For more information contact leadership@

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~ 12/02/09

Well it may be Friday the 13th but that shouldn’t scare you away from learning about the real Mardi Gras at Atomic Cowboy! Friend and RCP member Pamela Raymond (a New Orleans native) is hosting Mardi Gras Grove starting at 7pm where you can get a crash course in Mardi Gras History and tradition. In addition you get gumbo, Sam Adams beet tastings and other goodies!

The event is $35 in advance ( or $40 at the door. RCP members get a $5 discount on tickets! Use special discount code “RCP” for special pricing when ordering online. Partial proceeds benefit non-profit Show Me Sound and Shane Cohn for Alderman of Ward 25. For more information, email

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