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Ever since creating a COVID-friendly way to dispense Halloween candy and a display in the front yard of his Webster Groves home, David Neu has continued to bring some light-hearted fun for neighbors and passers-by on South Old Orchard Avenue.

Sixth-grade camp is an annual anticipated experience for students in the Webster Groves School District. A rite of passage for new middle schoolers, campers head out to Camp Wyman in Eureka, Missouri, every autumn to learn survival skills, sing campfire songs and bond with their new classmates. 

“Now more than ever, the world needs to know where its food comes from, how it’s grown, when it’s picked and what’s been sprayed on it.”

Women have made great strides in various industries over the first two decades of the 21st century. Highly publicized pursuits of gender equality, such as the ongoing gender discrimination lawsuit by the United States Women’s National Team against the U.S. Soccer Federation, have done much t…

Carol Anderson believes skin is the storyteller of health. At Nouveau MedSpa in Kirkwood, which celebrated five years in business last month, Anderson offers a full array of medical procedures to beautify skin and help clients feel their best.

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“Now more than ever, the world needs to know where its food comes from, how it’s grown, when it’s picked and what’s been sprayed on it.”

Women have made great strides in various industries over the first two decades of the 21st century. Highly publicized pursuits of gender equality, such as the ongoing gender discrimination lawsuit by the United States Women’s National Team against the U.S. Soccer Federation, have done much t…

Carol Anderson believes skin is the storyteller of health. At Nouveau MedSpa in Kirkwood, which celebrated five years in business last month, Anderson offers a full array of medical procedures to beautify skin and help clients feel their best.

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Missouri will soon celebrate the state’s great achievements with bicentennial celebrations. A Kirkwood couple has been researching Missouri milestones of another kind. The project is a bicentennial collection of the state’s most notorious crimes.

Area homeowners may need to prepare for some more real estate property tax shock. New data for the Kirkwood and Webster Groves school districts shows some significant hikes over the past two years.

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Luke “Spike” Kohlbecker likes to say that he comes from a racing family. His grandfather, Jerroy A. Frank of Glendale, had a passion for cars — the faster the better — and even honeymooned with his new wife at the famous Road America, a raceway located in Wisconsin’s scenic Kettle Moraine.

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Two dozen members of the American Association of Railroaders gathered in front of the historic Kirkwood Train Station on April 1. They held signs reading, “Save Our Passenger Trains!” “Seniors Need Amtrak!” and “Trains Are Green Machines.”

Both Kirkwood and Webster Groves have been designated individually as a “Tree City USA.” That classification reflects citizen appreciation for large, leafy wonders. Now some local folks are extending their love of trees to the Katy Trail and the Missouri River Valley.

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A jewelry shop has been a fixture on Jefferson Avenue in Kirkwood for 75 years. Jim and Martha Durbin hope that gem of a tradition continues long after they polish off their inventory and call it a day — their last one — on the final Saturday in May.

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As St. Louis rounds the corner into a second pandemic spring, a new Kirkwood transplant is a shining example of self transformation during a time of transition.

Holy week for Christians arrives at a time of rebirth, resurrection and revival of the creation. It’s spring. It’s a time for renewal and the new energy of MICA at the First Congregational Church UCC in Webster Groves.

As a little girl, Patti White Fuller of Kirkwood took piano lessons and dreamed of playing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” for Cardinals games at Busch Stadium. In 2006, Fuller’s dream of playing the keys for the Cards came true.