Dierdorf & Hart's Steak House (323 Westport Plaza, Maryland Heights; 314-878-1801) will close following service tomorrow, May 18. The closure ends a 30-year run at Westport Plaza for the restaurant originally opened by St. Louis football Cardinal greats Dan Dierdorf and Jim Hart. The downtown locati ... More >>
Missing: Brian Sutter's teeth and more Blues players in the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame.Need more proof that St. Louis is a "baseball town"? Check out the names (below) of the athletes and broadcasters inducted yesterday to the inaugural class of the new St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame. Ten of th ... More >>
I barely remember the St. Louis football Cardinals. I was only eight years old when they left; the extent of what I really have of them is an old nylon backpack in burgundy and a glass mug with the gridbird logo on the side. Even so, the team has a special little place in my heart. I suppose it prob ... More >>
Friends, I come to you today with a heavy heart. I feel a deep, aching sorrow in my chest, and I fear that nothing in this life will lift this burden from me. This weekend, I am going to do something I thought I would never do. I am going to watch a football game and root for the Arizona Cardinals.
After listening to the CVC-America’s Center vs. Labor battle rage all week, mainly on The Charlie Brennan Show, I decided to pull out my file containing documents I used to report and write my May, 2007, cover story, "Bad Blood," which chronicles the conflict in-depth. Among other things, the file ... More >>
Ever hear the one about the unions and the convention bureau?
PR flops. Staff upheaval. Shrill talk-show hosts. The Cardinals' flagship station can't seem to find the strike zone.
Jackie Smith was an awe-inspiring football player, no doubt about it
Disturbed by the Red Cross' promotion of condom use, local Catholics are finding other organizations to handle blood drives. But is their stand having the intended result?
Mayor Clarence Harmon may have nominated Capt. Beverly Noble-Barnes for a controversial promotion, but he didn't attend a police-board meeting to back her up
St. Louis jazzman Syd Rodway is young and white -- and very good
Things are looking up for the Arcade Building, but what will happen to the Marquette Building is anyone's guess; plus, other St. Louis follies and foibles
KTRS starts a fresh assault on morning ratings leader KMOX by adding one of its already existing assets to the airwaves -- Dan Dierdorf