Ballwin officials voted Monday to reject a plan to to put up an "In God We Trust" sign on city property. The Holy Infant Knights of Columbus had pledged $750 to putting the motto on a sign in this St. Louis suburb. All the plan needed was the approval of the city's board of aldermen. The aldermen ... More >>
Nikki Moungo, a self-proclaimed atheist and a mother, made an impassioned plea to the Ballwin City Council asking it not to put up a planned "In God We Trust" sign on city property. Instead, Moungo told the council she'd like a sign with the motto "E pluribus unum," and she brought a $1,000 check ... More >>
It's officially summer on Saturday, and boy does it feel like it. It's not just the heat, it's the humidity! Don't let that stop you from enjoying all the great and yummy activities St. Louis has to offer this weekend. Then again, maybe you should just go to one with air conditioning. Either way, ch ... More >>
A former St. Louis priest was sentenced Thursday to four years probation on charges related an inappropriate relationship with a sixteen-year-old altar boy. Though acquitted of outright sexual abuse in July, Fr. Robert Charles Manning was convicted on two charges of contributing to the delinquency ... More >>
This weekend, look forward to Tour D'Onut, the Francis Park Grub and Groove, a Sustainable Backyard Tour, Fiesta in Florissant and more. Bottoms up, everyone! The weekend awaits along with our suggestions, right after the jump. See also: - Guide to Lafayette Square - Endangered Wolf Center Announce ... More >>
Humans, allegedly, are supposed to eat to live, not live to eat, but where's the fun or danger in that? Especially in St. Louis, where each new season brings new crops of tempting food trends, festivals and seasonal favorites. Spring starts the fire with the reopening of farmers' markets. Food fests ... More >>
Even in a crowded, dimly lit dance club, Lee Harris was an easy figure to spot.
Friday (June 22): Yappy Hour @ I Scream Cakes Celebrate "Bring Your Dog To Work Day" by bringing pups to Cherokee Street for complimentary beer for you and half price scoops for your pooch. 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Grub & Groove @ Francis Park Try out food from neighborhood businesses like Bartolino's, ... More >>
It's that time of week again: In these hours before the weekend, you're left to wonder how to spend the next 50-60 hours. Before you begin the YouTube marathon on your couch, scan our weekly list of suggestions for affordable entertainment and then get out there! (But first, get dear old mom somethi ... More >>
Don't forget your socks
Good morning St. Louis! The first weekend of summer is over. Over! Hope you enjoyed it. On Friday morning, federal officials announced they had found the person who allegedly burned out the Copia Winery and Urban Market. You could have guessed it -- the person charged with the crime of arson was ... More >>
The state says female fighters canít throw a punch without a pregnancy test
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