One of the most entertaining – and confounding – human relationships is rivalry. That’s the situation in which people, teams, companies, countries, and other assemblages compete for something, usually over time, and the
Every year since we began this endeavor, MayorSlay.com has done a Valentine’s Day poll.
Sunday is the LI-st iteration of a national ritual: the Super Bowl. The average fan in attendance will have paid almost five thousand for a seat to watch Lady Gaga take on the New England Patriots. The Atlanta Falcons will also be in attendance.
On Thursday, the Missouri Senate voted in favor of making Missouri a so-called “Right to Work” state. The Missouri House has already done the same. With a supportive governor to sign a compromise bill, Missouri could
Donald John Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States this week. America will be watching---some enthusiastically and some with dread or sadness.
Monday is the Martin Luther King, Jr., Holiday. City offices will be closed. City services will be time-shifted a day during the week. It is also a federal and state holiday.But many St. Louisans will be busy.
Winter in St. Louis is as perplexing as the rest of our weather. The same season can see single digit temps and 70 degree weather in February. Schools will close and the anxious highway daffodils will pop up out of the ground.
One of MayorSlay.com’s favorite polls is the year-end one that selects St. Louis’s “Person of the Year.”
The Naughty or Nice List.It's that time of year again. Each year we ask you to evaluate a list of people, places, and proposals from the viewpoint of Santa Claus, if Santa were a resident of the City of St. Louis.
Every day, we make choices--some momentous, some so quotidian we don't give them a second thought. The sum of those choices, big and small, shapes our lives.