The largest investor in the St. Louis Blues, TowerBrook Capital Partners, wants to sell its ownership stake in the NHL franchise. TowerBrook -- a New York-based, private-equity firm -- never planned on being with the Blues for the long run. The company is friendly with Blues chairman and principa ... More >>
Update: STL Today's gossip guru Deb Peterson followed this story in a June 28 column that referred to the Laurie matrimony as a "wing-ding doozy of a wedding." Good ol' Deb. She's never at a loss when it comes to fashioning new terms for nuptials. But we gotta say, what's up with Deb labeling the we ... More >>
The St. Louis Blues want you back. And this year, they even have Ice Girls!
Hey, Bill and Nancy Laurie: Unreal's got $200 and a hot new dance craze! Plus, we learn how to dupe the beer vendors at Fair Saint Louis, join a local blog in the clubhouse and get Matt Blunt's feelings on (Confederate) flag-burning.
Now that the Kiel's set to reopen, what's next for Kiel Man?
Ed L. Golterman
After five years in office, enigmatic Darlene Green has become a force to be reckoned with in St. Louis
Local Quixote Ed Golterman tilts at civic windmills in his quest to rehabilitate Kiel Opera House
Spreading the buzz on St. Louis' pro-basketball franchise
Post music critic Kevin Johnson makes a boob of himself
How long before Bill and Nancy Laurie move their newly purchased Grizzlies from Vancouver to Our Town?
Doing the math for the new owners of the Blues and Kiel Center
Kiel is suddenly the Center of attention with its acquisition by Bill and Nancy Laurie, but that doesn't mean the Opera House will return to the spotlight