Las Vegas, in the late 1950s and early 60s, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. & Dean Martin ruled the celebrity upper tier. The lights, glamour and star gazing were prominent as Hollywood traveled to Las Vegas to experience three of the world’s greatest entertainers. You will return to the famous Sands hotel for the show of a life time. [...]
By Mary Miller Cullins On this day, November 30th, 1835, Samuel Clemens was born in Florida, Missouri.
WE, the 99% are hereby taking action against the greed and corruption of the richest 1%; the bankers, politicians, and corporate persons that govern our nation. Like our brothers and sisters in Tunisia, Egypt, Greece, Spain, and Iceland, we plan to harness the power of mass occupation to restore democracy and justice in America. Sunday [...]
This past Sunday, November 27th the 37th Annual St. Louis Metro Sentinel Journal “Yes I Can” dinner was held at the Polish Heritage Center 1413 North 20th Street. President of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, Lewis Reed introduced the Educator of the Year.
By Mary Miller Cullins National Community Education Week was celebrated at City Hall recently, when a group of kids from various St. Louis Public Schools hosted a hospitality room for the aldermen. They are members of the Students Ambassador’s Club and proud of it.
By Mary Miller Cullins On November 29th, 1996, while onstage at a club in Minneapolis, singer and ukulele player, Tiny Tim (Herbert Khaury) died of a heart attack.