Sarah Bryan Miller, whose reportage on the sale of KFUO-FM ("Classic99") earned her a Best Of St. Louis Award from this very paper two years ago, strikes again with the welcome news that the Radio Arts Foundation-St. Louis has lined up a deal to return classical music to the airwaves as early a ... More >>
After 61 years on the airwaves, a last-ditch effort to save Classic 99.1 (KFUO-FM) was all for naught. Yesterday the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod announced the sale of the classical music station to Christian music broadcaster Joy FM. The church owns the rights to KFUO and began quietly negotia ... More >>
A friend at "a local daily newspaper" recently passed along details about a host of changes to said daily’s features sections. The newspaper is apparently trying to beef up its offerings under the entertainment rubric, mainly online. Same local daily has also rolled out a new, Friday, dead-tree en ... More >>
The arrival of a brilliant conductor was drowned out by labor discord. Now the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra begins a new season -- with some strings attached.
Like many great artists, violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg has an inner fire, but all some critics see is smoke