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Organization marks 40 years with March 24 silent auction & concert

by Don Corrigan
There will be mirth and joy when the Peace Economy Project (PEP) holds its 40th anniversary celebration on March 24 with a concert full of the songs of Pete Seeger, Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, Chad Mitchell, Ronnie Gilbert and more.

Mary Culver Home Celebrates Benefactor

Kirkwood home for blind women marks namesake's 176th birthday

by Linda Jarrett
The name Mary Culver is not familiar to many St. Louisans, but to hundreds of visually-impaired women, she was a godsend. On March 19, the women at the Mary Culver Home, 221 W.

Remembering Rock 'N' Roll Legend Chuck Berry

by Jaime Mowers
Rock 'n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry died Saturday, March 18, at his home in Wentzville at the age of 90. Fans of the music icon flooded Delmar Boulevard the day after his passing to gather and place flowers at the statue of Berry in front of his star on the St.

Carnegie Hall

Members of the Kirkwood High School Symphony Orchestra describe trip to Big Apple as a "life-changing" experience

by Jaime Mowers
Kirkwood High School Symphony Orchestra members had the experience of a lifetime performing on one of the world's most prestigious stages at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Ride Metro, Walk Neighborhoods

Ten Toe Express walking tours begin in April

by Don Corrigan
Ten Toe Express will begin leaving the Shrewsbury MetroLink Station in April, so it's not too early to make a reservation. That's advice from Crestwood's Dan O'Connor, who will start his second decade as a tour leader.

Promoting Irish Literature, Music And Parades

The St. Louis area boasts its own group of Irish American Writers & Artists

by Don Corrigan
Irish author and playwright Colin Broderick insists "a fine green thread binds us together." In St. Louis, two large green strands of marchers bind the Gateway City together during the season of St. Patrick.

Mathematics As Artistic Expression

Kirkwood High math teacher Gregory Booth to showcase his art at March 24 exhibit

by Mary Shapiro
Gregory Booth, a longtime mathematics teacher at Kirkwood High School, is opening the book on a new stage of his life as he prepares for his first solo art exhibit.

Today's School Counselors Tackle Much More Than Class Scheduling

"Nobody got into this job to change schedules around we got into this to try to save the world one kid at a time."

by Jaime Mowers
Everything from scheduling classes to counseling suicidal teens is all in a day's work for a high school counselor.

Time To Go Bald On Behalf Of Children Battling Cancer

by Linda Jarrett
Jacob Schmitz was 10 years old when he saw his father shave his head for the first time as part of the St. Baldrick's fundraiser for pediatric cancer research.

Lawyers Fight For Employee Benefits

Attorneys recover hundreds of millions of dollars for retirement plan participants

by Don Corrigan
Hundreds of area baby boomers will soon be retiring, and along with this life stage come concerns over pensions, 401(k)s and other retirement benefits. Talk of regulation changes and privatizing Social Security and Medicare has done little to ease the anxiety.
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