Golf – The Dreaded "Pair UP"

If the reader is a devoted fan of L•O PROFILE, then you will have noticed that each issue has a loosely held theme running through it. My editor advises me of that theme well in advance of my article’s due date, and woe to the writer who is not on theme and on time.
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Golf – The Dreaded “Pair UP”

If the reader is a devoted fan of L•O PROFILE, then you will have noticed that each issue has a loosely held theme running through it. My editor advises me of that theme well in advance of my article’s due date, and woe to the writer who is not on theme and on time.
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The Lake’s New Hotspot: Redhead Lakeside Grill

Mark and Rachel are retired and spend most of their time here at the Lake of the Ozarks and visiting family in Nebraska. Along with starting Redhead Lakeside Grill, Mark also is an owner with Performance Boat Center, and together they have created the Redhead Yacht Club. The facility has slips and fuel, a service center and storage, as well as a showroom.
By |July 6th, 2015|Blog, Entertainment Dining Wine Spirits, Featured, Health, Travel|Comments Off on The Lake’s New Hotspot: Redhead Lakeside Grill|

The Lake's New Hotspot: Redhead Lakeside Grill

Mark and Rachel are retired and spend most of their time here at the Lake of the Ozarks and visiting family in Nebraska. Along with starting Redhead Lakeside Grill, Mark also is an owner with Performance Boat Center, and together they have created the Redhead Yacht Club. The facility has slips and fuel, a service center and storage, as well as a showroom.
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Maifest — Libations

Yearly, in the merry month of May, German-speaking societies rejoice and celebrate the passing of winter at their Maifest, as they anticipate a marvelous and successful growing season. At these county fair celebrations, attendees consume copious amounts of beer and Maiwein as they devour pig knuckles, wursts, cabbages, sauerkraut, pretzels, meatballs made from pork, veal and beef combinations, noodles, potato salad and so forth.
By |May 18th, 2015|Blog, Entertainment Dining Wine Spirits, Featured, Travel|Comments Off on Maifest — Libations|

Hooray For The Irish!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, the great emerald green island as it is known for its verdant fields, showing lush green vegetation. To commemorate his death on March 17, some people around the world dine on boiled potatoes, corned beef and cabbage with mustard sauce. They drink green beer, wear some green clothing and with a shillelagh can join the parade! In Chicago they even dye the river green!!
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