Ron "Johnny Rabbitt" Elz on Tuesday will host a history program with "A History of St. Louis and The River." Several local authors will be on hand.
The first woman on STL television to report news on a daily basis, Bruce worked at KMOV and KTVI/KPLR from 1970 until she retired in 2016.
The Missouri History Museum, Library & Research Center and Soldiers Memorial Military Museum earned recognition from the American Alliance…
Keyboardist Roger Boyd, the sole remaining original member, also is a retired faculty member at SIUE. The shows are at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Spire CEO Suzanne Sitherwood and US Bank's STL president Lawrence Otto were named man and woman of the year by the children's charity organization.
A Florissant native and Mizzou grad, Jim Castillo will anchor weather segments during afternoon and evening newscasts on weekdays and Saturday.
Mr. Storm founded group in April 1986, with 18 members present; the society now has about 270 members. A memorial service is set for Saturday morning.
The Things' website checks STL's No. 1 celeb with "20 Things Fans Don't Know About Jon Hamm" — like a $1M payment for voicing Mercedes-Benz ads.
Beginning Monday, Guy "Favazz" Favazza joins John "U-Man" Ulett on mornings, Lauren "Lern" Elwell moves to afternoons, and Mark Klose mans mid-days.
The town's struggle to recover from near-record flooding last spring will be the subject of "The Profit," which will air at 9 p.m. Tuesday on CNBC.
RadioInsight posted a list Wednesday that included layoffs in 44 U.S. markets. Vic Porcelli, a 27-year STL radio vet, was among the casualties.
There are four new background themes to go with the standard SLPL logo: book-owl, wall graffiti, Gateway Arch/riverfront and St. Louis Blues Note.
Daniel will be a featured speaker Jan. 21 at the annual celebration for the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at Florissant Valley Community College.
Finishing just behind Pittsburgh, city's low housing costs and general affordability offset low annual income.
After 10 years of owning the publication, Darin Slyman posted Sunday on Facebook that he plans to "move onto a new chapter."
Lifetime achievement awards are going to Stages co-founders Jack Lane and Michael Hamilton, and to artist/teacher Solomon Thurman Jr.
Producer David Steward II, animator Brad Schiff and former Missouri state legislator Bruce Franks Jr. are tied to Oscar nominations.
Top two officers and highest-ranking enlisted man talked at Soldiers Memorial with JROTC units from Cleveland Junior Naval Academy and Vashon High.
Amanda Clark, who opened Renegade in 2012 and was lauded in a New York Times travel story, has been hired by the society to plan tours of STL.
City finishes first in WalletHub category looking at residents' commitment to activity, although rankings show we could use more facilities.
Post-Dispatch subscribers can save money on tickets to the event, which will offer prizes (and free beer) while aiding "100 Neediest Cases."
Schiff, a 1988 grad of Parkway West, supervised animation for "Missing Link," which won for best animated feature.