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Who would have ever thought that the Rams would be 2-2, four games into the year? What amazes me the most is that the two wins are against divisional foes that are powerhouses. That being Seattle and the Arizona Cardinals.
By Sandra Olmsted
Even though James M. Barrie’s Peter Pan has a timeless quality, transporting the story to the WWII era raises serious questions regarding director Joe Wright’s film, Pan, ability to function as the prequel is it advertised to be. The story opens with a baby named Peter being left on the doorstep of an orphanage. Several years later, the orphans go hungry while Mother Barnabas (Kathy Burke), a frighteningly cruel caregiver, grows fat. During the Blitz, Peter (Levi Miller) and his best friend, Nibs (Lewis MacDougall) decide to explore her office for evidence she is taking their food. Peter is also suspicious of why other boys in their dormitory are disappearing at night. Although told the boys have been evacuated to Canada for safety, Peter rightly doesn’t trust Barnabas.
By Jim Wieners
Incarnate Word Academy Softball will be one of 64 District hosts and the Red Knights will not only host all of the Class Three, District Five Tournament games but will also be the top seed.
Thursday, Oct. 8
St. Mark’s Fashions for Food clothing sale, 315 Graham Road, 8:30-11 a.m. All proceeds go to local food pantries. Sale is held on the second Thursday of each month. Call 314-972-7838.
By Randy Gardner
Every Sunday is a new day in the NFL and we saw that with the Rams— they looked terrible. This team was not prepared to play at all last Sunday against Washington. They were flat the entire game and then when they had a chance to get back in the game they fell apart.
By Jim Wieners
After two weeks of Suburban XII (12) Conference North Division Football Hazelwood Central and Hazelwood East — both 2-0 Suburban XII North, 3-2 overall — appears to be on a collision course.« Previous Entries