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That's A Winner! SCT Pets & Their People Photo Contest

South County Times "Pets & Their People" winners announced

Janet Wheeler of Lemay took this sweet photo of her son Jonah with family dog Boomer. The photo took first place in this year's contest.

Dads Spending More Time With Their Kids

Fathers often meet for "daddy diaper parties"

by Don Corrigan
When dads used to gather for family get-togethers on Father's Day, they likely talked about baseball, barbecue and business. Modern day dads actually spend some time talking about taking care of kids babies, in fact.

The Ukulele

It's easy to play & as popular as ever

by Melissa Wilkinson
School is officially out for the summer. For many families, the yearly break from classes is the opportune time to travel. And though St. Louis might not be anyone's idea of a beach vacation, the Kirkwood Public Library has a way to bring the sound of the tropics back home with a series of summer ukulele lessons for families and kids.

"Natya" Theatrical Dance Festival June 15-17

National Indian Dance Contest celebrates 10th anniversary in Fenton

by Julie Brown Patton
America's only Indian Classical Dance Drama Festival will be held June 15-17 in Fenton, with a week of dance workshops preceding it.

Curtain Call For Lindbergh's Fiddle Playin' Superintendent

by Jim Merkel
It's easy to say that in his 10 years as Lindbergh Schools superintendent, Jim Simpson oversaw by far one of the best academic programs in the state. He loves to talk about how Lindbergh is an educational leader in the state.

Life After Toys "R" Us

Local shops help fill the gap left by closing of big box toy store

by Don Corrigan
Shoppers in Sunset Hills are finding "Store Closing" and "Nothing Held Back" signs at the local Toys "R" Us. The giant retailer is closing 700 stores nationwide and the 3600 Lindbergh Blvd. store is on the chopping block.

"I Do! I Do!"

Classic musical opens Stages St. Louis' 2018 season

by Melissa Wilkinson
On June 1, Stages St. Louis will open its "eclectic cornucopia" of 2018 shows with the reintroduction of a 1966 classic, "I Do! I Do!" according to Associate Producer Andrew Kuhlman.

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

Romeo & Juliet: Wherefore Art Thou In A New Way?

by Julie Brown Patton
Since Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" was written in 1595 and first published in 1597, it would be virtually impossible to accurately estimate how many times the play has been performed during the last 420-ish years, especially if counting school-hosted productions.


House Rabbit Society presents annual Bunny Expo June 3 at the Humane Society, 1201 Macklind Ave.

by Melissa Wilkinson
Cammie came to them with two broken legs after a woman witnessed her being hurled from an apartment window. Young Lola arrived with a bone infection so bad her leg had to be amputated.

WWII Veteran Memorial Day Memories

Homer Johnston reflects on sandwiching minor league baseball around a war

by Julie Brown Patton
True to his name, Homer Johnston spent a large portion of his life hitting homers — and in more ways than one.
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