Allen (baby O) Horton — Stlouiscore.com Sports Despite rumblings from the golf world, Tiger Woods has been picked to play for the United States at the President’s Cup in November. The ratings have been down about 12% this year from last year and if Tiger plays just mediocre golf, people will watch. The PGA’s [...]
On this date in 1904 the 1904 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the III Olympiad, which was an international multi-sport event opened in St. Louis.
Early this month Tom and Gen Coghill owners of Iron Barley restaurant along with countless volunters broke the record for the longest BLT sandwich. One of the benfactors of this effort is Lift for Life Gym. Since it opened in 1988, the Gym has meant much more to its young members than a place to [...]
The Missouri History Museum will kick off the Fall season of Twilight Tuesday Concert Series so Grab your picnic basket and come hear some great music! Food and drink are available for purchase from Bixby’s. The Missouri History Museum would like for you to take note On concert evenings, seats are available on a first-come, [...]
By Mary Miller Cullins Every neighborhood in St. Louis has its “go-to” diner, and for the Soulard/Benton Park area, that’s Billie’s Fine Foods at 1802 S. Broadway.
By Mary Miller Cullins It was on August 29, 1977, that the Chain of Rocks Fun Park, on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, overlooking the Chain of Rocks bridge, closed for good.