Celebrate Ice Cream for Breakfast Day on Saturday, February 3

ST. LOUIS, MO / January 22, 2024 – Enjoy Breakfast at Clementine’s for Ice Cream for Breakfast Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, February 3.

The first 25 families in line at each of the eight locations will receive a free limited edition coffee mug (one mug per transaction). Several new flavors created especially for the day will be available for purchase including Toasted Nutella Crunch, Grapefruit Sorbet and Vietnamese Coffee, in addition to our traditional favorites.

Pajamas and costumes inspired by the movie/book “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” are encouraged as fun photo opportunities will last throughout the morning with giveaways from Tiffany & Co. at all locations, and free pancake art by Dancakes at the Central West End, Edwardsville, and Southampton locations.

Toasted Nutella Crunch features Nutella ice cream with crunchy bits of club crackers and hazelnut candy. Grapefruit Sorbet is a balance of tart grapefruit and sweet citrus orange blossom water. Vietnamese Coffee is a robust blend of dark, aromatic coffee swirled with sweetened condensed milk.

“This is one of my favorite days of the year, I love to see how creative everyone gets with their PJs,” said Tamara Keefe, owner of Clementine’s Ice Cream. “We’re really proud of this year’s flavors, I can’t wait for everyone to spend the morning with us!”

Guests are invited to visit any of the eight ice cream shops located at 1637 S. 18th Street in historic Lafayette Square, 730 DeMun in Clayton, 4715 Macklind in the Southampton neighborhood, 140 W. Argonne Drive in Kirkwood, 13426 Clayton Road in Town & Country, The Meadows Shopping Center in Lake St. Louis, 308 N. Euclid in the Central West End and the newest shop at Trace on the Parkway in Edwardsville, IL.

As Missouri’s only micro-creamery, all of the dairy used in Clementine’s creations is from local, grass-fed, pasture-raised, hormone and RBST-free cows. Clementine’s combines their all-natural proprietary dairy base with the finest handpicked ingredients to churn up a decadent 16-18% butterfat ice cream. Visit Clementine’s for more information or to order pints online. Follow Clementine’s on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news.



Will the St. Louis Wheel see its shadow on Groundhog Day? Will it predict six more weeks of winter weather?

In the classic movie Groundhog Day, Bill Murray’s character experiences the same day over and over again. In honor of Groundhog Day 2024 on February 2, the St. Louis Wheel will stage its own time-warp repeat by giving passengers a second ride for free.

The 200-foot-tall observation wheel at St. Louis Union Station is open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on February 2 and every day. Passengers who purchase a ticket for one ride on the attraction will stay on the Wheel to get their second ride free.

The Wheel’s 42 gondolas are kept at 72 degrees all year, so guests are comfortable no matter the weather.. Riders will get a 20-mile view of the St. Louis skyline from the top of the popular attraction.

The St. Louis Wheel is located at St. Louis Union Station, 201 S. 18th St., St. Louis, MO 63103. www.thestlouiswheel.com; @stlouiswheelpark and @unionstationstl on social media.


New Exhibition Reveals the Shocking Science

Behind the World’s Greatest Achievements

St. Louis – Open now open through April 14 at City Museum, The Science of Guinness World Records reveals the secrets behind some of the most astonishing GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ to ever be set. 

Spread across 5,000 square feet in City Museum’s Architecture Hall, the exhibit will let guests achieve the amazing as they break records across the multiple stations by learning how bodies react, focus, and endure. 

“The exhibition was really inspired by the success of The Science of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not,” said Guy Labine, Chief Executive Officer of Science North. “We’ve seen firsthand that people all over the world are hungry to be challenged, to be wowed, to expand their ideas about what human beings can actually do. We knew almost immediately that we were onto something big.” 

Certain to be an experience to remember for a lifetime, The Science of Guinness World Records will leave visitors astonished as they discover exactly what goes into accomplishing the seemingly impossible. How does one develop the ability to do 36 consecutive pull-ups, using only their pinky fingers? What does it take for someone to create the world’s smallest stop motion film? What possesses someone to learn how to solve not one but three Rubik’s Cubes simultaneously?

The Science of Guinness World Records is co-produced by Science North, one of Canada’s largest and most respected science centers, and Ripley’s Entertainment, the entertainment and edutainment company founded by the great Robert Ripley.

“Our record holders are simply the most incredible people you’re ever going to meet,” says John Corcoran, Director, Traveling Shows & Guinness World Records Attraction Development. “They defy belief and they often seem to defy physics and the nature of spacetime itself. But of course, what they’re really defying is our limited sense of what a person can do with enough time, enough practice, and enough dedication.”

“What we’re hoping to do with The Science of Guinness World Records is to show people that as shocking as these accomplishments are, it’s not magic. It’s science. If one person can achieve the incredible, so can you. We want to inspire people of all ages to throw out their limiting beliefs and push themselves to achieve what the world tells them is impossible.”

The Science of Guinness World Records is included with General Admission or a Member Pass and operates during normal museum hours. City Museum is located at 750 N. 16th Street, St. Louis, MO 63103; 314-231-2489. Visit citymuseum.org for more information. Follow City Museum on social media @citymuseum.

City Museum is home to the following amazing things:

  • World’s Largest Pencil – measures 76 feet in length and weighs a staggering 22,500 pounds and is a true number two pencil
  • World’s Largest Seesaw – measures 82 feet in length and is in storage at City Museum
  • World’s Largest Tennis Racket – measures 50 feet and 3.07 inches in length and 16 feet and 8.6 inches wide and is in not displayed due to its state of deterioration
  • World’s Tallest Man, Robert Wadlow, was the spokesperson for the International Shoe Co which is the building in which City Museum resides

St. Louis is also home to many GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS, including:

  • First Olympic Gold Medal – The first time gold medals were awarded to Olympic champions was during the 1904 Olympic Games held in St. Louis, USA. Prior to this, gold had been considered too expensive, so the winner of an event had received a silver medal and the runner-up a bronze, while there was no medal at all for third place. The last time gold medals were made from solid gold was at the Stockholm Games in 1912, following which the medals were cast in silver and coated in 6 g of gold.
  • Tallest Commemorative Monument – The tallest monument is the stainless-steel Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, completed on October 28, 1965 to commemorate the westward expansion.
  • Largest Image of a Human Brain – Took place in St. Louis (all USA) at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, on 28 April 2018 during an Alzheimer’s Disease awareness event.
  • Most Home Runs in a World Series Baseball Game – The Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most home runs hit in a World Series includes Albert Pujols (Dominican Republic) playing for the St. Louis Cardinals (USA) in Game 3 of the 2011 World Series against the Texas Rangers (USA) on 22 October 2011.

About City Museum

Housed in an old shoe factory in Downtown St. Louis, City Museum is an ever-evolving, always-thrilling, artist-built playground full of weirdly wonderful spaces to explore. City Museum opened in 1997 and started as a passion project and developed into an indoor, outdoor, underground playground that welcomes adventurous visitors from all over the world. This iconic St. Louis attraction is considered one of the great public spaces and a must-see for visitors. 

About Science North

Science North is Northern Ontario’s most popular tourist attraction and an educational resource for children and adults across the province. Science North’s attractions include a science center, IMAX® theatre, digital Planetarium, butterfly gallery, special exhibits hall, and Dynamic Earth – Home of the Big Nickel, a separate science center focused on mining and earth sciences. In 1996, Science North created a specialized unit to sell the award-winning exhibitions and multimedia theatres created by Science North’s highly skilled staff scientists and in-house production teams. These innovative exhibits help drive repeat visitation and tourism and demonstrate Science North’s ever-growing capacity to produce world-class educational and scientific content that appeals to people of all ages. Science North is an agency of the Government of Ontario. For more information, please visit sciencenorth.ca


What’s the fastest game bird in Europe? This was the question that inspired the founding of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS back in 1955. Starting with a single book published from a room above a gym, GWR has grown to become a global multi-media brand, with offices in London, New York, Miami, Beijing, Tokyo and Dubai. Today, we deliver world-class content, not just through books, but via TV shows, social media and live events. Our in-house consultancy works closely with brands and businesses around the world to harness the power of record-breaking and deliver award-winning campaigns and business solutions. Our ultimate purpose is to inspire people —individuals, families, schools, groups, companies, communities and even entire countries— to read about, watch, listen to and participate in record-breaking. To join this record-breaking community and find out the answer to that original question, visit guinnessworldrecords.com


ST. LOUIS, MO / January 8, 2024 – Cycle Showcase STL is thrilled to announce a new venue to celebrate over a decade of art and inspiration with a two-day event featuring rare and custom bikes from all over the world.

Everyone from racers and long-distance touring riders to historical restoration buffs, hand-built motorcycle designers and motorcycle inspired artists will be represented. The all-ages event takes place Saturday, February 10 from 11 a.m. -7 p.m. and Sunday, February 11 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. at The Moto Museum located at 3408 Locust Street in Midtown St. Louis.

Cost to attend the showcase is $12.50 for adults which gives you a wristband for both days. Children ages 12 and under are free with paid adult. Tickets are only sold at the door.

“Racers, riders, restorers, historians, artists, and craftsmen – everyone is represented and all are welcome at Cycle Showcase STL,” says event Founder Randall Noldge. “I have been trying to secure The Moto Museum for our event space since I first saw it years ago, and the planets have finally aligned! I’m so proud to once again host the most eclectic collection of moto-centric art gathered in one place, in the world!”

The Cycle Showcase event will feature 50+ historically significant, hand-crafted works of two-wheeled art. Museums and private collections from across the country will come together to display a wide range of motorcycles, with an emphasis on the beauty in both the design and engineering.  

The Cycle Showcase is also home to a variety of motorcycle related pieces of artwork exhibited right alongside beautiful bikes in an art gallery atmosphere. Cycle Showcase is excited for the opportunity to show the motorcycle community from an artist’s perspective. Up and coming local artists, crafters and vendors are scheduled to appear. 

The Smooches for Pooches Doggie Kissing Booth is back! Pucker up for the pups and help raise money for Dirk’s Fund, a non-profit, large breed dog rescue facility located in Pacific, MO.

To learn more about Cycle Showcase STL, visit www.cycleshowcasestl.com or follow them on Facebook or Instagram @CSSTL.