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hot spots: Schlafly Tap Room in Saint Louis

Recently dubbed the top pick for microbreweries in St. Louis by Ladue News readers, Schlafly is an easy draw for fans of beer.  So what on earth tempted me to explore the “king of microbreweries?”

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Alcoholic Ocean

Can you tell me where my hair begins to where my feelings end.
My emotions are so deep a pool of liquor would be no match to me. 95 more words

Blog: Thoughts In Harmony

Interest in Reference-Based Pricing Grows

Reference-based pricing (RFB) strategies are increasing in popularity as employers seek more affordable options for their health benefit plans. Although PPO networks and their negotiated discount agreements have been in place for decades, they provide very little transparency to the true costs of services provided. 329 more words

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A Necessary Guide to the Avaya traceSBC Utility

A few months ago, I wrote what has become the most popular guide for the Avaya Session Manager SIP tracing tool, traceSM. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that I may have written the only guide, but I will take recognition in any way that I can. 1,654 more words

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Benefits of investing in Mutual Funds versus directly in Shares

New investors are often faced with 2 options as far as investing in equity is concerned. Whether they should invest in mutual funds or directly in shares? 680 more words

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Great Grapes or how wine tasting became fun

“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world that has been brought to the greatest perfection, and it offers a greater range for enjoyment and appreciation than, possibly, any other purely sensory thing.” 307 more words

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10 things to remember to be a better investor - By Shalini Dhawan

In recent months, there has been a sense of euphoria about India and Indian financial markets. The current highs that the Indian equity market is witnessing, is on one hand creating elation and on the other hand causing regret, making many investors feel that they lost the opportunity. 588 more words

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