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 >>
Last night Rick Santorum swept the primaries in Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado. As expected, his most decisive victory was in Missouri, where he took all 114 county for a 55 percent runaway, more than doubling Mitt Romney's 25 percent.
In many ways, it's a hollow success. It didn't count towa ... More >>
Image viaThings are tough all over, especially for small businesses. But this isn't stopping Stanley and Arlene Maminta Browne, owners of Robust, from sharing their good fortune with their community. Last year the small wine shop and cafe donated to over 100 local charities.
That's a feat m ... More >>
image viaDr. William GillandersSusan G. Komen for the Cure, the world's largest breast cancer organization, announced yesterday that it would give a $6.5 million grant to researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine who proposed using genome sequencing to develop personalized v ... More >>
Mae Wheeler, a.k.a. "Lady Jazz"The Arts and Education Council is out with the twentieth edition of its St. Louis Arts Awards honorees. Among those heading up the 2011 class (to be recognized at a January ceremony) are Mae Wheeler, a local singer better known as "Lady Jazz"; Wayne Salomon, directo ... More >>
Tonight is Dine out for the Cure, sponsored by the St. Louis Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds to fight breast cancer. The list of participating restaurants is available, as a PDF file, here.
The St. Louis Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure has announced that it will host a Dine Out for the Cure event on Thursday, June 11. (The St. Louis Race for the Cure is that Saturday, June 13.) Participating restaurants will donate part of their proceeds to battle breast cancer. Already on boa ... More >>