Soulard St. Louis
The last time Valentine's Day fell on the Saturday before Fat Tuesday was 1953, and the next time it will happen will be 2026.
Four similar projects were halted Thursday because the company had no license on file.
Matt Teter was arrested after police said he got into fight with boyfriend.
Evan's Pick of the Week is Schlafly's new Belgian-style Golden Ale.
Lena May of St. Louis makes upcycled wedding jewelry.
Legal overseer says there's 'little or no chance' the partners can continue to operate the well-known barbecue restaurant
Mike Peters, son of STL TV star Charlotte Peters, won Pulitzer in 1981
The fifth annual event is March 2 at Mad Art Gallery in Soulard.
The new barbecue restaurant is taking a hiatus until spring.
The restaurant posted on Facebook that people have complained about its name and logo to the city and police.
The St. Louis craft beer bar is opening locations next year in the Central West End and Columbia, Mo.
The event is Saturday, Oct. 20, outside Lift for Life Academy in Soulard.
Bob Hiscox fought for two months to win city approval for solar panels on his bar in the Soulard historic district. Then, today, a city building inspector came by.
Bar owner wants to go green, but historic standards stand in the way.
The good times continued into the night, centered on Soulard Market Park.
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They'll be running beer booths, raising funds for nonprofits.
RIGHT FOR RUDY: The late Rudy Piskulick - friend, neighbor and unofficial "Sheriff of Soulard" - is being memorialized with a plaque at the main entrance into Soulard Market, which has been renamed "Rudy Commons."
Opening of the celebration begins this evening with Twelfth Night activities.