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Review for The Original Tender Head by Yandel
Rating: 5 Rating
I was suffering from a dry scalp. I have tried so many products, like oil and medicated shampoos, but nothing really worked. I decided to give this spray a try ..
Review for The Original Tender Head by David
Rating: 5 Rating
I recently purchased Child Grease from Original Tenderhead for my son, and I'm impressed with the results! It keeps his hair looking neat and styled all day long without any ..
Review for $1 Blingz Jewelry 737A Lindbergh by tiffany
Rating: 5 Rating
I absolutely love Vanessa. Her product is quality and at a great price but she is the gift this store brings to the community. You are beautiful inside and out ..
Pros: Quality product Affordable prices Support for local small business I shop talk and laugh.. feels better than a day at spa when I leave
Cons: Pssh.. not a one If you betting against this store you best get a refund.
Review for Tastebudz Grille by Michelle
Rating: 5 Rating
I love this place. The Owner host my daughters Varsity Cheerleading Holiday party! The food was AMAZING. The moms and I were in HEAVEN! It was seasoned just right, portions ..

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With a population of just over 3,200 Soulard, which is located just south of Downtown St. Louis, has one of the highest per-capita income statistics of anywhere in the St. Louis metro area. There is plenty of things to do in Soulard. A day visiting attractions, the Anheuser Busch Brewery and dining at one of the fine restaurants in Soulard is a great way to experience old tradition. Then at night visit one of the Soulard bars as the nightlife scene brings large crowds to the area. Many annual events are also help in the nightlife district which include Mardi Gras, Octoberfest and Bastille Day. Soulard hosts the United States' second largest Mardi Gras festival, no great surprise given St. Louis' rich French heritage and easy shipping access to that Acadian wonderland, New Orleans. In the grandest Mardi Gras tradition, beads are thrown to girls willing to bare their chests in the waning light of Fat Tuesday. It has been reported that the per-capita electric consumption of those arriving for Soulard's Mardi Gras festival has risen some 18% in the last three years, which event organizers attribute to the massive propagation of camera-phones and the need to recharge them regularly during Mardi Gras.

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