COLUMBIA, Mo. - Hot temperatures give the possibility for heat exhaustion, ABC 17s Sharon Ray said Columbia broke a record with 94 degrees in the afternoon Monday. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids even if you do not feel thirsty. Avoid
After a brief break they turned around and returned south along the same route. Lions Club volunteers greeted their return with hot dogs, drinks and other refreshments served at Pet Valu. Donations are still being accepted to assist the Dog Guide Program.
with its own set of bad behaviors and potential pitfalls. To avoid them, we asked three Parson's staffers—chef Hunter Moore, beverage director Charlie Schott, and GM Eric Houser—for their pet peeves and tips for drinking at the Logan Square hotspot.
seating and a hophead-friendly “Beer Cave” boasting more than 1,000 bottled options. From all-beef franks, kielbasa and bratwurst, to turkey and veggie options, there's a hot dog to suit every taste. The Leaning Cask serves English-style
Warm foods have a completely different effect on the body than cold foods, which can be beneficial for your digestive system. See these foods and drinks to enjoy when your stomach isn't feeling as lovely as you'd like!