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  • Ron Himes, founder and producing director of The Black Rep, stands outside the theatre company’s offices, which are painted with a mural by William Burton Jr. |photo by Diana Linsley

    Ron Himes Leads The Black Rep Into 42nd Season

    Ron Himes is the founder and producing director of The Black Rep, which has steadily grown into a key cultural institution in the St. Louis region. read more »

  • The Kirkwood Pioneers celebrate their state championship win on Saturday in Springfield. |photo by Dean Curtis

    KIRKWOOD STATE CHAMPS! Kirkwood Pioneers Beat Kickapoo 67-50 for state championship

    The Kirkwood High School girls basketball team celebrated a repeat as Class 5 Missouri State High School champions on March 17 at the JQH Arena on the campus of Missouri State University in Springfield. read more »

  • The Webster Groves Statesmen celebrate their state championship win on Saturday in Springfield. |photo by Dean Curtis

    WEBSTER STATE CHAMPIONS! Statesmen Beat Chaminade 101-90

    The Webster Groves High School boys basketball squad celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by winning the Class 5 Missouri State High School championship for the second year in a row with a 101-90 win over read more »

  • Students and instructors at The Clark Academy of Irish Dance, 9226 Watson Road in Crestwood, march in last year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown St. Louis. With St. Patrick's Day falling on a Saturday, both the downtown and Dogtown parades are scheduled for March 17. The downtown parade kicks off at 1 p.m., with a 10 a.m. parade start in Dogtown.

    A Pair Of St. Patrick Parades

    Downtown St. Louis & Dogtown festivities held on the same day this year
    The 49th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown St. Louis is set for Saturday, March 17, rain or shine. read more »

  • From left, Grace Banjak, Aly Terry, Kyra Sloan and Liz Terry were among more than 100 Kirkwood High School students to "walk out" of classes at 10 a.m. on March 14 in support of ending gun violence. Hundreds also walked out at Webster Groves High School.

    High School Students "Walk Out"

    Students in Webster, Kirkwood protest gun violence
    Seventeen students at Webster Groves High School laid their bodies across the stairs of the main entrance to the school in a simulated "die-in" in remembrance of those gunned down at a Parkland, Fla., read more »
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