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The Big Picture

The Admiral

“Heavenly days and glorious nights” were promised in advertisements for the Art-Deco designed, air-conditioned Admiral. From 1940 to 1978, the steamer Admiral ran excursions out of St. Louis every summer, both days and nights. | photo courtesy of Annie Blum, author of two books on the Admiral

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Coming This Week

Webster-Kirkwood Times

  • Retiring Jim Wright Is Target Of "Roast & Toast"
  • "Business As Usual" Following Fire At Woodard
  • Court's In Session At Webster Groves High School
  • Local Teams Perform Well At State Championships
Coming This Week

South County Times

  • "Love To The Rescue" Fundraiser For Shriners Hospitals
  • Carjacking At Butler Hill Road Schnucks
  • March 7 & 8 Schedule Changes For Lindbergh Schools
  • Fond Memories Of The Steamer Admiral
Coming This Week

Ten-year-old Cristina, a patient at Shriners Hospitals for Children – St. Louis, is receiving treatment for a spinal deformity. Cristina was able to make the trip from her hometown in Belize thanks to the efforts of the Belize Children’s Project. | photo by Diana Linsley

West End Word

  • Purina Pet Parade's Canine Grand Marshal
  • University City Still In Talks With Novus Over Olive/170 Project
  • 4 Candidates For President Of St. Louis Board Of Aldermen
  • Plan Reached For Use Of Argyle TIF
Coming This Week

Upcoming Events

Family and Caregiver Support

Bethesda Hospice Care offers information and support to friends and family members who are caring f… Read more

World Chess Hall of Fame Exhibitions

Two exhibitions, Universal Turf: Peter Manion and Harry Benson: Kings & Queens are on view thro… Read more

First Friday Old North Art Walk

Visit Old North every first Friday of the month, 6 to 8 p.m., for galleries, boutiques, and eaterie… Read more

Family Day

On the first Sunday of each month, children are invited to visit the galleries at the World Chess H… Read more

English Country Dances

Childgrove English Country Dancers presents English Country Dances on the first Monday and third Fr… Read more

Big Bend Railroad Club Open House

BIG BEND RAILROAD CLUB runs its O-scale trains during their open house on the first Tuesday of ever… Read more

Crafterwork

Crafterwork, Schlafly's new program for crafters, meets after work the first Thursday of every mont… Read more

Master Masons Meet

Lodge #673 meets on the second and fourth Thursday of the month, 7:30 to 9 p.m., at Freedom Temple,… Read more

Antique Radio Collectors Club Meeting

Antique Radio Collectors Club meets on the second Tuesday of the month, 7:30 p.m., at Kirkwood Comm… Read more

Poetic Vibez at The Book House

"Poetic Vibez" is a poetry and open mic event taking place the second Saturday of each month from 4… Read more

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Education

Bristol Parents Get Order Of Protection For Son

Jaime Mowers ​ | ​ Updated

A Glendale parent has filed for – and been granted – an order of protection to help keep her son from getting attacked at school again, cla… Read more

Updates

Webster Police Arrest Man Who Robbed Gas Station

Updated

The Webster Groves Police Department has arrested a man in connection with the robbery that occurred at the Energy Express on Big Bend Boul… Read more

Webster-Kirkwood Times News

Webster Groves Police Search For Man Who Robbed Gas Station

Updated

UPDATE: Lacondo Doss, 42, has been arrested and charged with second degree robbery in connection with this incident. Read more

Webster-Kirkwood Times

Coming Together For A Stronger St. Louis

Eric H. Bronner ​ | ​

If a nation divided cannot stand why would we expect a different result for our divided region? St. Louis City and County are both losing p… Read more

Mary Bufe

One Last Bit Of Motherly Advice

Mary Bufe ​ | ​ Updated

While cleaning out my mother’s house a while back, I found many things. Read more

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South County Times

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Don Corrigan ​ | ​

Although most of the media attention regarding brain injuries goes to vocal NFL players like Terry Bradshaw and Brett Favre, a quieter grou… Read more

South County Times

Fenton Residents Petition To Cite Mayor Voyles

Julie Brown Patton ​ | ​

A petition is circulating among Fenton residents requesting that St. Louis County prosecutors examine 10 alleged violations by Fenton Mayor… Read more

South County Times

Suits For 500 Soldiers Giveaway March 30

Farmers Insurance agent Greg Mans is helping veterans and military personnel in the St. Louis area ease the transition from service to civi… Read more

South County Times

Board Tackles Host Of Issues At Feb. 28 Meeting

Julie Brown Patton ​ | ​

The Fenton Board of Aldermen on Feb. 28 adopted a new policy regarding rentals of the city’s RiverChase Recreation Center. Read more

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Features

Makers & Creators at MADE

by Jaime Mowers ​ | ​

On any given day, MADE is humming with the sounds of laser cutters, 3D printers, welding equipment, woodworking tools, sewing machines and … Read more

Features

McCulloch To Lead Dogtown Parade

by Don Corrigan ​ | ​

When it comes to being Irish, Robert P. McCulloch has a family seal and Gaelic name to reveal he’s the real deal. He’s the genuine Irish ar… Read more

West End Word

Renovations Planned For Center Of Clayton

by Mitch Schneider ​ | ​

An $8.6 million expansion and renovation project will be taking place this summer at the Center of Clayton recreation center, 50 Gay Ave. Read more

West End Word News

University City Takes Stance Against “Better Together” Plan

by Mitch Schneider ​ | ​

The City Council of University City on Feb. 25 adopted a resolution opposing a statewide vote to merge St. Louis city and county. Read more

West End Word

Next Generation Of Great American Artists

by Dickson Beall ​ | ​

The Center of Creative Arts (COCA) Millstone Gallery is currently showing a traveling exhibition, “Art. Write. Now.” — a selection from thi… Read more