By Tom Anselm
(Editors note: This column went to press at a time when the St. Louis County grand jury had yet to announce its findings.)
They gray skies have come to us early this year. Looking out the window of our second-floor bedroom, it almost looks like January. A similar gloom has descended on our region as well, as we sit in anticipation of the results of a grand jury investigation the likes of which few of us have ever experienced.
By Jim Wieners
Hazelwood Central senior diver Clayton Janvrin took home his second state medal in three years by finishing sixth Nov. 8 at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Swimming and Diving Championships at the St. Peters Rec-Plex.
By Jim Wieners
For the 62nd year St. Francis Borgia Regional Catholic High School — located in Washington, Mo. — will be hosting a Boys Basketball Tournament during Thanksgiving Week and for the fifth consecutive year McCluer North will be a participant.
Monterey Peninsula, Big
Sur Perfect for a Short Trip
Story and photos By Bob Lindsey
California Dreamin’ for folks in the Midwest usually means visions of traveling to the major tourist mega centers such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, Anaheim or San Diego. But there’s another part of California that boasts beautiful beaches and ocean views, mountains, and rich California history, and can be enjoyed in just a few days.
Pacific sunsets are spectacular all along the California coast, such as this one in Cambria,CA near the Hearst Castle.
Flipside: The Patti Page Story, winner of 18 National Awards at the Kennedy Center Honors, is a musical celebration of Patti Page’s rise to stardom. Flipside takes audiences on a well-conceived journey to 1965 in a place that used to be the KTUL Radio Station. Written from interviews with Page, Flipside features 28 of her greatest hits, including Tennessee Waltz, (How Much Is That) Doggie in the Window, and Mockingbird Hill.