Lee Ann Sandweiss, who describes herself as a St. Louisan currently living in Indiana, has written a memoir about life with her dog titled “Lock Ness! And Other Tales of Nessie the Scottie.” Sandweiss adds to a long-standing and growing genre of books about dogs and the people who love them.

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Even those who know a fair amount about the history of St. Louis might be surprised to learn of the important role the city played in the development of the automobile industry. “They Will Run: The Golden Age of the Automobile in St. Louis” by Molly Butterworth and Tom Eyssell introduces rea…

The Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, which originally opened in 1938, reopened in November of 2018 after an extensive renovation. The grand reopening of the Soldiers Memorial, now part of the Missouri Historical Society, coincided with the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I.

Even those who know a fair amount about the history of St. Louis might be surprised to learn of the important role the city played in the development of the automobile industry. “They Will Run: The Golden Age of the Automobile in St. Louis” by Molly Butterworth and Tom Eyssell introduces rea…

The Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, which originally opened in 1938, reopened in November of 2018 after an extensive renovation. The grand reopening of the Soldiers Memorial, now part of the Missouri Historical Society, coincided with the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I.