Fri, November 21, 2014
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A Few Gridiron Gizzards
by Shawn Buchanan Greene - Webster Alumnus 1987
There's no end to Turkey Day game mysteries. Why was there no Turkey Day game played in 1914? ... more»
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Webster Hopes To Reignite Offense Against Pioneers

by Rick Frese
Following Webster Groves High School's 34-28 loss to Ladue in the Nov. 7 Class 5 District 2 football championship, Statesman Coach Cliff Ice had a message for his players.... more»

Rick Stream May Seek Recount

Steve Stenger beat Stream in county executive race by 1,854 votes
State Rep. Rick Stream, R-Kirkwood, who was narrowly defeated by St. Louis County Councilman Steve Stenger on Nov. 4 in his bid for St. Louis County Executive, is considering a recount.... more»
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Expert Weighs In On Immigration Reform

Kirkwood resident Gil Kleinknecht served under two U.S. presidents
by Don Corrigan
The decibel level in Washington, D.C., over immigration reform has hit a crescendo, as the U.S. president and Congress tangle. ... more»

Kirkwood Chili Bowl, Webster Chilifest Both Set For Nov. 26

The annual football rivalry between Webster Groves and Kirkwood high schools may be on Turkey Day, but leading up to the big game is another competition — The Frisco Bowl Chili Cookoff.... more»

Meet 16 Authors At Book Jamboree

Meet and greet 16 local authors and booksellers at the St. Louis Genealogical Society's Book Jamboree Meet and Greet on Sunday, Nov. 23, 1 to 3 p.m., at the society, 4 Sunnen Drive, Suite 140 in Maplewood. ... more»
Kent Tentschert
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

PG-13 The Plot: Rescued from the Hunger Games Quarter Quell, Katniss "Mockingjay" Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) is compelled to ... read review»
Carol Hemphill & Kent Tentschert
The Theory of Everything

PG-13 The Plot: Entering Cambridge as a somewhat awkward physics doctorate Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) soon distinguished ... read review»
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Statesmen bring home state soccer title for first time in high school's long history
by Rick Frese
While several hundred parents, students and fans made the trek to see the Webster Groves boys soccer team make history at Blue Springs South High School on Nov. 15, another set of diehard fans sat wall to wall nervously watching the Class 3 Missouri State Championship on a TV feed at Llywelyn's Pub in Webster Groves.... more»
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C.J. Muggs For Eclectic American Cuisine

The casual, family restaurant caters to its guests with parties large & small
by Marty Harris
C.J. Muggs Bar and Grill, a family-owned and operated restaurant, takes pride in its personal involvement with customers' needs — whether dining in or having that special party catered.... more»
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ReStore Donations On The Rise

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis has announced that the number of tax-deductible donation pickups and drop-offs are up at its two ReStore locations.... more»

Greentree Pharmacy Grand Re-Opening

Greentree Pharmacy, 301 S. Kirkwood Road in Downtown Kirkwood, recently celebrated its grand re-opening with a ribbon cutting celebration. ... more»
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Today's Events

Robbie's House of Jazz Presents

Date: Friday, November 21, 2014

Book signing reception for Marilynne Bradley

Date: Friday, November 21, 2014

Adventure Nights

Date: Friday, November 21, 2014

Bonhomme Federated Republican Womens Club

Date: Friday, November 21, 2014

Open Mic Night

Ongoing Each Friday.

Bridge, Pinochle Anyone?

Ongoing Each Friday.

Webster Groves Older Adult Bridge Group

Ongoing Every Mon, Wed & Fri.

Twisted Improv

Event on the third Friday of each Month Through Friday, December 19, 2014.
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Cedar Creek
Dynamic Personal Fitness
Mid-America Motoworks
Saxon Lutheran 2014
Harrison County CVB
Ellington Chamber of Commerce

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