Courtesy of Mike Malone"Veni, vidi, vici" is not a phrase you see very often outside of Roman history, other than those T-shirts you get for free after stomaching a twenty-pound hamburger. The translation -- I came, I saw, I conquered -- is a pretty fearsome one for a charter school, but when ... More >>
Last week, we brought you the story of the 1970 Webster Groves musical duo, Children of Sunshine. In 1970, Kitsy Christner Sheahan and Therese Williams recorded Dandelions, an album of original songs that found its audience 40 years later. In separate interviews, both Williams and Sheahan spo ... More >>
Today's comment comes in response to our post about a new whitewashed version of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in which an Auburn professor has removed all instances of the word "nigger" from the book. The new-and-improved edition of Huck Finn will be passed out for reading at elementary schoo ... More >>
Image sourceKids at the McDonnell Planetarium, learning stuff about the night sky.4/20 doesn't fall until next Tuesday and Moon Rock is opening at the James S. McDonnell Planetarium at the Saint Louis Science Center this Saturday, April 17, but it doesn't really matter since Moon Rock is not ... More >>
Tomorrow is the sixth anniversary of the disappearance of 9-year-old Christian Ferguson. His family has organized the Christian T. Ferguson Sixth Annual Memorial Parade in his honor, though families of other people involved in unsolved cases are encouraged to participate as well.The parade begins at ... More >>
Friday, November 21 *Cameron Matthews (CD release)/Via Dove, Cicero’s *Dar Williams, Duck Room *Reverend Horton Heat/Nashville Pussy, Pop’s *Asylum Street Spankers, Off Broadway *Marnie Stern/Thor Axe, Billiken Club *Bunnygrunt/Blind Eyes/Kyle Sowashes, Lemmons *Tok (CD release)/Ottomen/Chico Ma ... More >>
Attend medical school — on the cheap!
Grade-A local performers get in on the act.
Outfitters of the costume-phobic
Found's founder finds St. Louis
A young girl. A stolen pickup. A tragedy on Evans Avenue.
Classroom films have come a long way from those cheesy old duck-and-cover flicks. Or have they?
Maryland Plaza in the Central West End
Leona Mackler has parlayed a lifetime of education and experience into a lucrative practice helping the children of St. Louis' elite achieve their (and their parents') dreams