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Trinity Volleyball Seeks District 3-Peat
By Jim Wieners
Since moving from Class Three to Class Two a coupe of years ago Trinity Catholic Girls Volleyball has won two straight district titles.
Maybe It’s Time We All Rooted For the Cubbies
By Randy Gardner
I am going to ask you a question that I thought I never would, but are you rooting for the Cubs during the playoffs? Come on, be honest. I think you actually are deep down inside, even if on the surface you say “no.” At least I am.
Re-Birth of a Nation Allows Director,
Writer-Actor Nate Parker to Control Film
By Sandra Olmsted
Say Birth of a Nation and anyone who has had a film studies class will think D.W. Griffith ’s racist film that was also Hollywood’s first block buster and used innovative filmmaking techniques. Well, writer, director, and star Nate Parker is turning that thinking on its head by appropriating the title of Griffith’s film.
Hazelwood Central, Trinity, McCluer So.-Berkeley
Football Still Unbeaten
By Jim Wieners
Three North County High School Football teams are unbeaten through eight weeks and will now seek top seeds in district playoffs after this Friday, Oct. 14, and Saturday, Oct. 15, in week nine.
A Boomer’s Journal
The Importance of Family History
I used to really enjoy listening to my mom and dad tell of their family history, of growing up, the times they shared. As I write this today, I don’t think I really got enough of that, and I miss the opportunity to ask them about one person or another, one event or another.
Dining Divas Enjoy Central West End Barbecue Joint
Dining Divas was a struggle this month. First, we struggled picking a date (my bad decision as I was on vacation during our normal day of the month). Between the Fox season kicking off, work events, and kids soccer, it was a busy week, but we figured it out. Then, I picked a restaurant that apparently was doomed from its start. I had just read a great story on it in St. Louis Magazine a month earlier, and when I told everyone where we were going, I later found out they had already shut their doors. Then, the day of Divas, the girls were dropping like flies.« Previous Entries