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2005 Stories by Malcolm Gay

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  • Wounded Pride

    published December 14, 2005

    When Pride St. Louis committee members elected Chad Saenz as their vice president last August, few knew he was a convicted felon. In fact, Saenz... More >>

  • Win Lose Die

    published December 7, 2005

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  • Win Lose Die

    published November 30, 2005

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  • Cell Block

    published November 9, 2005

    Stacked in trim rows along a bank of south-facing windows, the petri dishes at Divergence Inc.'s Creve Coeur laboratory house the potential to... More >>

  • Numb and Number

    published October 12, 2005

    Born in 460 B.C. into a world that considered illness a sign of the gods' displeasure, Hippocrates broke with tradition and founded a medical... More >>

  • Hire Education

    published August 31, 2005

    It's been a good 50 years since the St. Louis Post-Dispatch won a Pulitzer Prize for news, but the paper's brass may have been hoping to... More >>

  • Unfinished Symphony

    published August 24, 2005

    For the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, April 16 was freighted with symbolism. Not only did the evening mark the orchestra's first trip to... More >>

  • Sit Down!

    published August 24, 2005

    Concertgoer Wade Alberty supports saving the whales. He backed his presidential candidate, and he's all for the First Amendment and civil... More >>

  • Too Many Cooks

    published July 6, 2005

    By the time he arrived at St. John's Mercy Medical Center's burn unit on February 1, Michael Murphy was blind. Hours earlier the Franklin County... More >>

  • The Great Imitator

    published June 29, 2005

    Fresh sheets of plywood now mask the first-floor windows of the Better Donut Drive In. One story up, shards of glass give view to the red brick... More >>

  • Turmoil at the Touhill

    published May 25, 2005

    Since opening nearly two years ago, the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center has weathered its share of controversy. Dubbed "The Blanche" by... More >>

  • Kids & Drugs & Rock & Roll

    published May 11, 2005

    Frank Szachta has a nervous habit. When he smokes, which is often, he holds the lit cigarette between his thumb and index finger. He takes a drag,... More >>

  • Soldiers of Misfortune

    published April 20, 2005

    United States Navy veteran Jose Bellow's education has been anything but easy. A first-year nursing student at the University of Missouri-St.... More >>

  • The Old Nazi

    published March 30, 2005

    From the looks of it, Adam Friedrich's south St. Louis home appears to be a place where a pair of jolly seniors contentedly whiled away their... More >>

  • Crash and Burn

    published March 23, 2005

    Draped in purple cloth and perched atop a shiny yellow fire engine, Affton Fire Chief Gerald Buehne's coffin slowly wound its way to its burial... More >>

  • Pulitzer's Gain

    published March 9, 2005

    When Michael Pulitzer announced that Pulitzer Inc. had been sold to Iowa-based Lee Enterprises, Inc., the news sounded more like a storybook... More >>

  • Life After Death Row

    published February 23, 2005

    Fueled by a fresh pack of unfiltered Camels, a penchant for one-upmanship and twenty-plus years on death row, Robert Driscoll is braving westbound... More >>

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