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Mark Talley and Brandi R. Ward.

 


In 1985, Joe and Cindy Roeser were concerned with the lack of quality in the home construction market. They founded Roeser Home Remodeling with the goal of offering quality service to homeowners from beginning to end.

Now, in 2021, Roeser Home Remodeling is currently under the leadership of long-time employee Mark Talley and the Roeser’s middle child, Brandi Roeser Ward. Joe and Cindy are still actively involved in helping the business continue to serve the Kirkwood community.

“We are a family business that lives and works in the area we serve. We are your

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Sail away with man’s best friend | Arts Entertainment

There are quite a few very positive things that have emerged out of the past couple of years of crazy world activity. One, folks are going outdoors for adventure, and on varying adventures, more than ever. The good Earth is providing mental and physical stability. This is very good news. Another positive outcome is that folks have been adopting pets from shelters in record numbers. Out furry friends have also provided much needed peace and understanding.

Once we have a pet, we like to take that creature along with us on adventures whenever possible. Many people found their way into

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For U.S. Lifters, It’s Fly, Then Clean and Jerk

TOKYO — It is the travel version of a weight lifting attempt: months of preparation, a few moments to set oneself, a brief burst of all-out effort and, hopefully, a winning result.

The Tokyo Games have been a logistical nightmare for athletes and their coaches from around the world. In a typical year, Olympic teams and athletes show up in the host country weeks in advance to become acclimated. This year, the coronavirus — and Japanese health regulations — created an array of hurdles.

Overcoming them became its own Olympic sport. Come a few weeks early, or arrive at the

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Paola Fendi Wore Dresses Designed by Kim Jones and Pierpaolo Piccioli During Her Wedding Weekend in Ibiza

Paola Eulalia Saracino Fendi’s mother always said she would meet a nice boy at the library or in church. “Moms are just always right,” Paola says. “Aram [Warya Ahmed] and I met through very close friends at a church—it just happened to be at Gremio de Brixton, which is a bar underneath St. Matthew’s Church. I knew he liked me when he agreed to dance to Beyoncé with me when no one else was dancing. I had just moved to London, so was very much swooning over his awesome British accent.”

The two got engaged in Greece in August of

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Chili’s Girls Win The Summer

Show off how you #ChilisGirlSummer for a chance to win exclusive swag or a trip of a lifetime to Miami from now until Aug. 6

DALLAS, July 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Are you a Chili’s Girl doing Chili’s Girl sh*t? We think so. And with summer coming to an end, we want everyone to enjoy its last moments no matter how HOT it is. That’s why we’re giving 25 lucky winners the chance to get their hands on an exclusive Chili’s Girl Summer starter pack. Plus, one lucky fan will win the grand prize of an all-expense paid trip

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Lowe’s Stock Rode the Housing Boom. Now It May Be Ending.

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Strong results last year set a tough basis for comparison at home-improvement retailers.


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The home-improvement trend that has lifted stocks such as Lowe’s and

Home Depot

may be on its last legs.

Analysts at Wedbush Securities expect changes in household spending will hurt both companies. The brokerage downgraded Lowe’s stock (ticker: LOW) to Neutral from Outperform on Monday, while maintaining their Neutral rating on Home Depot shares.

Not only are fewer households looking to outfit home offices than at this time last year, turnover in the market for existing homes has peaked, according to the

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Showtime donates $500,000 to Chicago South and West side programs

Showtime is putting its money where its hit TV series is.

On Monday, executives from Showtime along with Mayor Lori Lightfoot and cast members from the Chicago-based show “The Chi,” announced a $500,000 donation from the network to the city’s Greencorps Chicago green job training program and the Chicago Public Art Group.

The grant funding will help support programs and community clean-up and beautification of 32 empty lots on the city’s South and West sides where the Lena Waithe-created series has been filming for four seasons.

“From vibrantly depicting our city’s neighborhoods on ‘The Chi’ to now investing in our

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