U.S. Park Ranger Richard Fefferman shared his knowledge of the Gateway Arch National Park’s spooky past on Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Gateway to the Stars event, “Ghosts of the Arch Grounds.” These events usually include talks with “Sky Ranger” Fefferman and an opportunity to stargaze with a t…
The Missouri Coalition for the Environment (MCE) was founded in 1969 as the St. Louis region’s first independent grassroots organization created to address ecological policy issues. Now in 2019, the group is celebrating 50 years of pro-environment activism.
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St. Louis’ premier Ferris wheel officially opened Tuesday morning, Oct. 1, and will remain open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. from this point on, 365 days a year.
What do you get when you cross a mail truck with a freezer? The answer’s no joke; it’s Kaylen Wissinger’s ice pop truck. Affectionately named “Toto,” this cool new vehicle is now delivering artisan ice pops all over St. Louis.
Eight-year-old Jurnee Thompson was shot and killed on Friday, Aug. 23, after fighting broke out at a Soldan High School football game. Sentonio Cox, 15, was found shot in the Carondolet neighborhood on the morning of Aug. 25. Xavier Usanga, 7, would have started second grade on Tuesday, Aug.…
After 20 years as artistic director at Cinema St. Louis and a lifetime of film appreciation, Chris Clark has seen it all. Seriously. Overseeing five film festivals, Clark and his team are tasked with fishing out the blockbusters from thousands of submissions every year.