Ronald H. "Mr. Hockey" SchmidtThey called him "Mr. Hockey." When 72-year-old Ronald H. Schmidt of Mehlville died in his sleep early Tuesday morning, the St. Louis Blues lost not just a fan. They lost a fan who attended the franchise's first home game in 1967 and who came to know announcers, journ ... More >>
Just look at how greasy his Blues hat is...Who else could, in 30 seconds, toss off references to Brett Hull, Adam Oates, Brendan Shanahan, Craig Janney, Paul and Gino Cavallini, and T.J. Oshie and still devastate your face with handsomeness? (OK, maybe Harold Snepsts could).
Move over Jerry Jones. Sorry, Al Davis. We bid you farewell, Bill Bidwill. The NFL soon could have a new most-hated owner. Ladies and gentlemen, through that cloud of pomp, pollution and hubris we present you Rush Limbaugh. Today the right-wing radio host confirmed that h ... More >>
Metro cuts go into effect today. Click here to see how the route closures will impact you.A repeat drunk driver with the incredible name of Jessie James Hogan was sentenced last week to four years in prison following his eighth DUI. If the season ended last night, the Blues would qualify for the pla ... More >>
Friday, February 27*John Henry and the Engine/One Lone Car, Off Broadway*St. Louis Blues Festival, Chaifetz Arena*John Prine, Touhill*Celebrity Autopsy, Lemmons*Fattback/Dirty 30's, The Gramophone*Hooten Hallers, Schlafly Tap Room*Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights, Cicero's*Leslie Sanazaro Duo, ... More >>
In this week's paper, Roy Kasten interviewed soul singer Shirley Brown, who recorded for Stax Records near the end of the label's life. Brown will be performing at the fourth annual St. Louis Blues Festival on Friday, February 27. The event is held at the Chaifetz Arena and starts at 8 p.m.; tickets ... More >>