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Carol Gilster, a very dear friend to many and mother, wife, artist, volunteer, SLU counselor, and guardian of all that we love about Kirkwood, has passed away. She was an amazing woman and will be missed by all who knew her, likely even those in city government for whom she was sometimes a t…

The 1991 biography, “Gil Hodges: The Quiet Man,” chronicles the career of the Dodgers’ first baseman and World War II vet. Against the sensationalism of Mickey Mantle, Hodges was a man easy to miss, yet there he was, faithfully turning out the work, not asking for and not getting the credit …

A Mailbag letter in the Sept. 10 issue states, in part: “... in retaliation (for 9/11), we took at least a million lives, if not three million lives.” As Senator Moynihan said: “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.” An Aug. 16, 2021  AP news article “Costs of the A…

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Fall Arts Preview

Cue up Mr. Miyagi’s iconic smile and approving nod – Stages St. Louis will present St. Louis’ very first, pre-Broadway engagement by hosting the tryout production for “The Karate Kid, The Musical” at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center during summer 2022. 

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (The Rep) has announced two new additions to its team. Catherine Campbell has been named as the new director of production, overseeing all production departments including set, costumes, props, lighting, sound, projections and special effects. Ashton Beck j…

The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, located at 1 Brookings Drive on the campus of Washington University, presents “The Outwin — American Portraiture Today” beginning Sept. 10 and running through Jan. 23, 2022, at the Ebsworth and Garen Galleries.

Dwight Bitikofer will read selections from his first book of poems, “Square Miles & Roundabouts,” on Thursday, Sept. 9, 7 p.m., at the Webster Groves Public Library, 301 E. Lockwood Ave. He will be joined by fellow poets Maria and Alex Balogh, and Kim Lozano, who will also read from thei…