Andy's Back! Cohen's Thanksgiving Return is Full of STL Events

By Krystin Arneson
In Culture

St. Louis golden boy Andy Cohen is coming back to his hometown for Thanksgiving (aw!), and he’s got a pretty full plate. He has a lot of fans here in STL, and  in return, he’s showing them a lot of love during his holiday.

Photo by: Peter Kramer/Bravo.

Photo by: Peter Kramer/Bravo.

Tomorrow: Gear up for the homecoming king by attending the watch party at Meyer’s Grove (4150 Manchester Ave.) for his “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’s” Celebrity Week appearance.  Although the episode aired this afternoon, those who feel like cheering him on all over again are gathering at 3pm for the 3:30pm re-run on ABC/KDNL.

Cohen chose Doorways Interfaith Housing as his beneficiary-of-choice for his winnings. His mom helped found the organization, which works to end homelessness for more than 2,000 people affected by AIDS.

Nov. 25: He’ll give a sold-out talk for the “Maryville Talks Books series at Chaminade College Preparatory School. But! For those lacking tickets, swing on in to Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly (yes, Nelly) for a meet-and-greet book signing beginning at 1:30pm the same day. It’s located at 800 N. 3rd St. and is free to the public.

Nov. 28: Left Bank Books and KMOX’s Charlie Brennan present Cohen at Budweiser Brew House for a talk. It doesn’t get much more St. Louis than that, so come with whatever post-Thanksgiving appetite you can muster. Admission is free and open to the public.

When he’s not loving and leaving St. Louis, Cohen is the executive producer and host of “Watch What Happens Live,” executive producer of the “Real Housewives” franchise and the author of “The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year,” which we chatted to him about in our November cover issue (check it out here).

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