In a first for the Who’s Who in St. Lou Show, I have to release an episode as two episodes.
My guest Julian Barnes and I had such a great & long discussion that I could not see cutting anything from it, so here we are with Part 2 of 2.
On Part 1, we discussed a website & startup that Julian Barnes created called College Crap which is currently being rebranded.
Here on Part 2, we discuss another passion of his called Breaking The Get Fit Myth which aims to help people maximize their fitness & diet efforts.
Julian Barnes has a lot of great things going for him and I feel he is someone that you will be pleased to learn more about so make sure to listen to both parts of this wonderful & informative discussion.
To listen to the first of these two episodes, make sure to visit WhoSTL.com/32 to have a listen to that portion.
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Guest Faves of St. Louis
- Favorite St. Louis attraction – Forest Park and Busch Stadium for a Cardinals baseball game
- Favorite restaurant – Soulard Gyro & Deli
- One thing you love most about living in the St. Louis area – The people
- If you could be mayor for a day, would you change in St. Louis? – Make the tax revenue go where it is needed most and not wasted
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St. Louis “Did You Know?” bits
- The first V.P. Fair opened on July 3, 1983 at the Gateway Arch grounds with an estimated 1.5 million people in attendance. As is true to this time of year in St. Louis, this first fair also experienced heavy rains. It is currently known as Fair St. Louis and has been held in Forest Park the last three years.
- The V.P. in the V.P. Fair actually stands for “Veiled Prophet” and is an organization created in 1878 by a group of prominent St. Louisans to help promote the city of St. Louis.
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