Chef Wilfrin "Wil" Fernandez-Cruz moved from New York to St. Louis to work at the newly minted Restaurant at the Cheshire, but he left that position after only two and a half months. Today Fernandez-Cruz is excited to be starting at Ibby's Restaurant (6465 Forsyth Boulevard, Clayton; 314-935-3940) o ... More >>
Jason StoffUnless you were hiding under a rock, you know that Irish uber-band U2 graced us with their presence Sunday night, and it was awesome.But you might not know, unless you are the indefatigable Deb Peterson at the Post-Dispatch, that he stopped by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center h ... More >>
A few weeks back I posted about the death of Jarvis Thurston, former chairman of the English Department at Washington University, husband of the poet Mona Van Duyn and a longtime friend of my family. Yesterday Wash. U. hosted a small celebration of Jarvis' life, featuring eulogies by Dan Shea (fo ... More >>
And the water's wonders?
The Danforth Foundation joins the long march to replace the School Board's "Gang of Four"
Following the greenbacks as Missouri gears up for Super Tuesday
After nearly three decades on the run, a fugitive from the raucous anti-war era is outed
Duncan Bauman is alive and well, and still trying to have the last word. Period.
Presidential candidate George W. Bush's campaign is raking in big bucks from St. Louis' wealthiest suburbs -- but those same donors are also ingratiating themselves with Democratic contenders
May 12-19, 1999
Why a "yes" vote on Tuesday is more important than you might think
City schools face an uncertain future -- a crucial court settlement, a Feb. 2 sales-tax vote, a teachers' union opposed to the tax, accreditation tests this spring and the prospect of a state takeover. It could be a school year from hell.