Are you dreaming of a White Christmas, sledding on Art Hill, and
hot chocolate? Well, too bad. The forecast says the temperature is going to be
in the 70s.That means: Tropical Santa. Elves in sun dresses. Reindeer in
sunglasses. Bah, humbug.
This week, Time Magazine named German Chancellor Angela Merkel
its "Person of the Year," over transgender trailblazer Caitlyn Jenner,
transportation tycoon Travis Kalanick, presidential spectacle Donald Trump, and
December is upon us. As St. Louis heads towards the Winter
Solstice, office parties, neighborhood holiday parties, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s, take a moment
to look back at some of the newmakers in 2015. On which of Santa's storied
Earlier this week, the St. Louis Rams acquired free-agent
wide receiver Wes Welker. Welker comes to the Edward Jones Dome with an
incredible league-leading record as the only player in NFL History with 5
Thirty years ago, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Kansas
City Royals met for the first (and only) time in baseball's World Series. NY pundits
called it the moniker of the “1-70 Showdown Series” or “Show-Me Series” and was
It is not often that this Mini-Poll begins a paragraph
with the words “and Dana Loesch is right” – except that we happen to agree with
her that the decision of a New Jersey elementary school to cancel Halloween
parties deserves some scrutiny.
Every few months, it comes to MayorSlay.com's attention that there
are men and women in Washington, DC, whose decisions likely will affect our
lives. The part of the local TV news that follows the accident and crime
It is MayorSlay.com’s observed belief that most City (and county) residents prefer public on-street and surface parking to putting their cars in public garages, but would rather store their cars in garages or carports at home than compete for convenient
Home-sharing websites have become quite popular recently. In many cities, home-sharing is seen as an affordable and available alternative to an expensive and scarce hotel room. It occupies a niche between couch-sharing and a formal hotel room.
In the news this week: A sandwich chain quickly suspends its relationship with a spokesperson, an entertainer’s statue is removed from its pedestal, a state legislature meets and votes to remove a controversial symbol from a public space, a local craft
In his 2014 State of the Union speech, President Obama announced his intention to re-set the minimum hourly wage for employees on new Federal contracts to $10.10, a step toward a larger goal of setting all workers' wages at levels high enough to support
College sports – the athletic competition among amateur teams from various colleges and universities – is on prominent display this month as studious biology and indifferent business majors relive their undergraduate careers by rooting for (and betting
Term limits are legal restrictions imposed by law (rather than by voters) on the length of time an elected official can remain in office. More than a dozen states, including Missouri, have placed statutory term limits on their state legislators.
Every day, the Mayor’s Office sorts through hundreds of messages, emails, letters, and tweets offering commentary, suggestions, compliments, and complaints about how the City of St. Louis does its job or sets its policy.