Our family couldn't wait. The winter was long - some might say torturous - so at the very first sign of decent weather we went outside and cooked on the grill. A friend of mine co-hosts a barbecue show, and his show has decided that the time change should officially mark the start of grilling season. I think that's a great (or grate?) idea. In June, the Quincy Knights of Columbus will host the Smokin Good Times BBQ Challenge, so if you haven't done any outdoor cooking, you'll want to start practicing soon. Thousands of dollars are up for grabs!
If each state in America had an "official" meat, what would those state meats be? That's the question Slate Magazine attempted to answer in the article 'The United Steaks of America.' Slate's effort is impressive. Meats were not allowed to be used twice, only mammal meat qualified for the list, and stews and sandwiches were not necessarily eligible. Here's what was decided for Illinois, Missouri and Iowa:
When I first heard about this I thought it was pretty weird. Then I watched the video. It's still weird, but it's also sort of impressive. Two artists with backgrounds in carpentry have built two fully-functioning apartments: one on the outside of a giant hamster wheel, and one on the inside.
The annual Hannibal Cannibal 5/10/15K will take place on Saturday, July 5, 2014. The Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation, sponsor of the Hannibal Cannibal, is once again asking area artists to submit their ideas for a logo for this year's Hannibal Cannibal, and this year's Fun Run for kids.
Let's be honest. The news of yet another winter storm is depressing. If you're like me, at this point you're getting desperate to find some way to stay cheerful. Amateur weatherman Frankie MacDonald just might be able to brighten your day.
You've probably heard about Savana Santos, the Quincy girl that auditioned in front of Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher for the current season of 'The Voice.' If you're curious about her music, you should definitely check our her YouTube channel.
A Quincy Senior High School student recently auditioned for 'The Voice!' According to the Quincy Herald-Whig, 15-year-old Savana Santos was one of only 110 finalists to earn an audition in front of celebrity judges Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher.
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