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Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival organizers Joe Rath and Brian Ward aren't optimistic about the prospect of this year’s popular festival taking place in September. The two men spoke at a work session prior to the June 2 Webster Groves council meeting.

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Out of an abundance of caution, the Webster-Kirkwood Times, Inc. has decided to postpone its Prime Times Senior Expo, which was scheduled for July 16.

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Earlier this season, the Webster Arts Fair, which attracts around 25,000 people each year, was announced canceled due to COVID-19, but that doesn't mean the creative fun has to stop.

As this tale of struggle reaches its crescendo, audiences will find both a satisfying twist and a conclusion that certainly reaches “The High Note.”

It is rare to find a low-budget independent film that is so assured, so confident in its fluid camera movements and spot-on production elements that it makes you believe in the thrilling possibility of movies. “The Vast of Night” is the most pleasant of surprises – a thoroughly satisfying ge…

Community Thoughts On Coronavirus Crisis

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Across the country, COVID-19 has created a crisis for nursing homes and assisted living residents and staff, with more than 27,000 estimated COVID-related deaths for the U.S. being traced back to nursing homes. As a reliant caregiver for my husband, a resident in a long term care facility, I…

I write to express my concern about a possible premature normalization in the St. Louis area with regard to Coronavirus. This is one of those times when the loudest voices from the public are also the least well-informed. What is required from our leadership at this time is to follow the gui…

I have lost track of how many days or even exact weeks this dreaded invisible disease has been floating its way into the lives of our country. It seems months. January, February, March, April and now May will tag along. People are desperate for social company, our cell phones are always in u…