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David Linzee

Look Up! Driving & Walking Are Getting Dangerous

by David Linzee
Crossing the street is getting riskier. Eighty-nine Missourians were killed by cars in 2016. That was down a bit from the previous year, but the long-term trend for pedestrian fatalities is up. Nationally, pedestrian deaths jumped 11 percent in 2016.
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David Linzee

Could The Trestle Spark Needed Urban Renewal In St. Louis?

by David Linzee
Yesterday I went to the near North Side in search of something. I drove past beautiful, collapsing old townhouses, derelict schools, parking lots, industrial buildings, new residential developments, churches alive and dead.

David Linzee

Air Rage Or Less Means A Trip To The Slammer

I read a story in the Washington Post last week that said incidents of air rage are on the rise. This didn't surprise me.
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David Linzee

Running Short On Laws To Please The Gun Lobby

by David Linzee
I was walking down Delmar in the Loop the other day, noticing all the "No Guns Allowed" signs, and wondering if they would soon disappear. An incoming member of the Missouri House of Representatives is proposing a law that would discourage business owners from banning guns on their premises.
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David Linzee

Advertisement Advice For Market Researchers

by David Linzee
'Tis the season of peace on earth, good will toward men and rampant consumerism, and I'm going to mark it by doing something nice for advertisers. I feel I owe them.
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David Linzee

Trump & A Traditional Top Hat At Inauguration

by David Linzee
Last month, I wrote that politicians, like the rest of us, have to lie because the truth just won't work. We were given a striking example of mandatory mendacity the day after the election,
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David Linzee

In Matters Large & Small, Truth Just Doesn't Work

by David Linzee
Americans are tense as election day approaches, so it's nice to know there's one thing we can count on. Whoever wins, we'll have a liar for our president.
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David Linzee

A New Weapon In The War Between Generations

by David Linzee
Wentzville has become the first school district in the state to require all elementary school children to wear heart monitors in PE class.
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David Linzee

What's So Great About Efficiency & Convenience?

by David Linzee
I hate grocery shopping. But I'm the first to admit that's an unreasonable attitude. Securing nourishment is the basis of existence for all creatures, and I have it easier than most.
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David Linzee

Henry Boernstein's 1851 Novel Is Set In St. Louis

by David Linzee
The first novel set in St. Louis was a mystery-thriller. Since I write mysteries set in present-day St. Louis, I was curious about it.
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