Category: Lifestyle

Schoendienst funeral arrangements announced

The St. Louis Cardinals announced that the family of Albert “Red” Schoendienst has made the following funeral arrangements for the Cardinals Hall of Famer. The funeral Mass will be held at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, at 4431 Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis, on Friday, June 15th at 10AM.  The Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis will celebrate the Mass.  The funeral Mass is open to the public. Cardinals Chairman and […]

Link Market welcomes families and farmers to its “Block Party” at the North Hanley Transit Center

Transit riders, residents and other visitors will be able to enjoy good food, free giveaways, and fun cooking demonstrations at a special Block Party event at the North Hanley Transit Center (4398 Hanley Road) on Friday, June 15, from noon to 3 p.m. The Block Party is hosted by The Link Market as a way to thank customers, introduce families to farmers and other vendors, and celebrate the market’s first six months of operation. The […]

University City celebrates the arts with the Loop Arts Festival

According to Americans for the Arts, “Arts organizations are an important resource in our path to building stronger connections. Opportunities for more even-footed conversation among groups lead to insight and a shared sense of community, and in turn lay the groundwork for exploration about how to maintain vital cultural and community traditions.” The Delmar Loop in University City is kicking off summer by dedicating the first weekend to a citywide celebration of the arts with […]

Governor Parson announces statewide listening tour

Governor Mike Parson will make nine stops next week to hear from community leaders across Missouri. The tour will begin Tuesday with visits to Springfield, Branson, Carthage, St. Joseph, and Kansas City. The tour will continue Wednesday with visits to Columbia, Cape Girardeau, Sikeston, and St. Louis. “In order to govern effectively and to begin the process of moving our state forward, it is important to take the time to listen and understand different types […]

City announces start of “School’s Out Café” summer meal program for young people

Mayor Lyda Krewson announced today that the ​School’s Out Café​, the city of St. Louis’ Summer Food Service Program, will provide free breakfast and lunch to groups that have agreed to offer meals to youth this summer. “​Even though our schools close for the summer, hunger does not take a break and we need to support families and ensure that children don’t go hungry,​”​ Krewson said. Free meals are available to young people ages one […]

The Muny Trolley is your ticket to a summer of laughter, drama, thrills and romance at Forest Park

The Muny in Forest Park is celebrating its 100th season this summer, and Metro Transit makes it easy to enjoy all of the sights, sounds and excitement of one the St. Louis region’s most popular summertime attractions. The #3X Muny Trolley is back in service this year to provide Muny-goers with direct service between the Forest Park-DeBaliviere Transit Center and The Muny for all 53 of its scheduled performances from June 11 to August 12. […]

RELEASE: Learn how to make healthy summertime recipes during food demonstrations at North Hanley and Wellston Transit Centers

Metro Transit riders and area residents can learn more about preparing and eating fresh local ingredients during four food demonstrations this month at the North Hanley Transit Center (4398 Hanley Road) and the Wellston Transit Center (6402 Plymouth Avenue).  A nutritionist from the University of Missouri Extension will conduct the food demonstrations, which are part of the Link Market food kiosk’s focus on healthy eating for families living on a tight budget. Wednesday, June 6 […]

RELEASE: Cardinals select Nolan Gorman in first round of 2018 draft

The St. Louis Cardinals, armed with three selections during the first night of the 2018 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, selected third baseman Nolan Gorman out of Sandra Day O’Connor High School in Phoenix, Ariz., with the 19thoverall pick in the opening round. “We’re very excited for the opportunity to draft Nolan Gorman,” stated St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak. “You’re always looking for opportunities at every draft, and picking at […]

Clayton to announce launch of PulsePoint smartphone app to help improve community response to sudden cardiac arrest

The next time someone in Clayton suffers from sudden cardiac distress, a new app may help improve life-saving response time. On Saturday, the East Central Dispatch Center will launch the PulsePoint smartphone app to help improve community response to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). The agencies, made up of the cities of Clayton, Brentwood, Maplewood, Olivette, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Shrewsbury, Webster Groves plan to launch the PulsePoint CPR/AED smartphone app from the East Central Dispatch Center at 7447 Dale […]

St. Louis County plans to feed 2,500 students a day with Summer Food Program

With several partnering agencies and a need to help nourish the youth of the region this summer, the St. Louis County Human Services Department is kicking off its Summer Food Program, providing breakfast and lunch to students. The St. Louis County Human Services Department will partner with churches, day camps and community centers and plans to provide 2,500 meals per day free of charge for anyone 18 and under. The program kicked off Saturday and […]