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Review for Moxie Bar and Grill by Jamie
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This is the best little bar up north. Amazing drink specials and awesome food! There is always something going on no matter what night it is!!
Review for Rick West Theatre by Mark
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Best show in town! If you can get tickets you must see this knockout of a show. Rick and his gang are A+. 5 stars.
Pros: Great show!
Cons: Hard to get tickets.
Review for Crosstown Station by cowgirl1
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I was only there once but it was AWESOME! Needs a better dance floor.
Review for Bankruptcy $690 plus cost by lydia
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The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. I will go back if I need anything else.
Pros: Inexpensive, quality, nice people,
Cons: can think of any
Review for Dine in Delivered by Janet
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I liked the idea of this delivery service but they are very unprofessional. They forgot an entire entrée from my order & refused to bring me the food I ordered ..
Pros: You get your food delivered even though it takes way too long
Cons: SLOW service, COLD food, more expensive
Review for Denim And Diamonds by cowgirl1
Rating: Half Rating1111
Perhaps if the owner of this club would quit banding dance in the club she would have much more people that would want to come back to Demin's. When ..

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Saint Joseph Missouri also known as St. Joe is the county seat of Buchanan County and is rated the eighth in the state in size. Joseph Robindoux a local fur trader is the man responsible for the creation of the city now known as Saint Joseph. Robindoux was one of the many trappers and hunters who traveled westward paving the way for the settlers who would follow behind with their families searching for a place to colonize. The town was formally incorporated in 1843. Saint Joseph sets on the border between Missouri and Kansas and is approximately 30 miles south of Kansas City and its closest airport is the Kansas City International Airport. The Pony Express was created in 1860 by William Russell for the sole purpose of delivering mail. He attempted to have enough riders to cover approximately 150 posts with around 15 miles between each post, however if there was no rider at the next stop the original rider was required to switch horses and continue riding to the next stop. This service however failed when Samuel F. B. Morse invented the telegraph in the 1830's. The Pony Express serviced Saint Joseph with it being a beginning and an ending place for their riders. On October 26, 1861, the Pony Express shut down. While Jessie James was living in Saint Joseph, he was killed at home on April 3, 1882. At the time, he was living under the name of Howard. The Heaton-Bowman-Smith Funeral Home of Jesse James preserves a small but informative museum. The previous owners took care of his funeral. The original house was located on Lafayette but has since been moved several times, but has preserved along with the bullet hole that occurred at the time of his death. Saint Joseph had adopted the slogan "Where the Pony Express started and Jesse James ended."

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