Former Police Chief Thomas Jackson talks about his new book “Policing Ferguson, Policing America”
Lynda Schuster is a former foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and The Christian Science Monitor, who has reported from Central and South America, Mexico, the Middle East, and Africa. Her writing has appeared in Granta, Utne Reader, The Atlantic Monthly, and The New York Times Magazine, among other. She lives in Pittsburgh with…
Lawrence Henry Gowan is a Scottish-born Canadian musician. Gowan has been both a solo artist and the current lead vocalist and keyboardist of the band Styx since May 1999. His musical style is usually classified in the category of progressive rock
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch- “A partnership led by former Build-A-Bear CEO Maxine Clark and a subsidiary of Chicago-based Clayco Inc. plans a $90 million rehab that will turn the old St. Luke’s Hospital on Delmar Boulevard into apartments and collaborative office space designed for nonprofit organizations.”
Naturalist and Award winning cinematographer Joe Romeiro developed a love for the ocean at a young age. Especially, the shark. Along with awarding photographer and sound engineer Bill fisher they founded and created 333productions LLC / 333 Digital. They have created many award-winning films and he has won such notable awards as Blue Ocean Film…
Dave Hinson of Killer Vintage talks about rare guitars and what yours could be worth.
Chef Liz will host her next event, this time featuring “National Lampoon’s Vacation” on Sat July 22. Doors open at 7pm at the St. Louis Banquet Center, 5700 Leona Street in Holly Hills.
Tickets are $50 for three courses and three cocktails, cash bar also available
’80s trivia and prizes throughout the evening. Costumes are always encouraged! Go to BrownPaperTickets.com to purchase.
Benjamin Isaac Hoffman is an American comedian, actor and writer. He is also a country music singer, performing under the name Wheeler Walker, Jr.
Anson Williams is an American actor and director, best known for his role as gullible but well-intentioned singer Warren “Potsie” Weber on the television series Happy Days.