St. Louis Stories (19)
By Karl Lund
From their explosive entrance onto the field to the game winning field goal by Greg “The Leg” Zuerlein with only seconds left on the clock, the St. Louis Rams took every opportunity to let us know that this is a whole new season and a whole new team.
The energy on the field was infectious to say the least. I am really excited about what coach Fisher and the St. Louis Rams have in store for the season. I have a feeling they will make St. Louis and Rams fans around the world very proud!
LETS GO RAMS!!
- KARL LUND
If you are easily scared then stop reading now, because what I'm about to share with you are actual events.
Turn your lights down for this one, folks. Read my words utilizing your best Vincent Price/Thriller voice. Insert sqeeking floor and door sounds. The thoughts I just placed in your head are manufactured. The following is 100% real.
Granite City High School Marching Band Craft Show:
Saturday October 26th 9am-4pm and Sunday October 27th 10am-4pm
At the High School Gym.
PLEASE DO NOT CALL HIGH SCHOOL.
by Mike Matney
There is a wonderful view of the St. Louis skyline from Horseshoe Lake State Park. The sunset had a pinkish glow and for a few magical moments the color was just right.
Dr. Cindy Encarncion, left, and Dr. Terry Woodford-Thomas at the White House
Two local scientists were honored at the White House last month for their contributions to the St. Louis community. Dr. Terry Woodford-Thomas, director of science education and outreach at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, and Dr. Cindy Encarncion, director of life sciences at the St. Louis Science Center, were invited to the Champions of Change awards program at the White House on June 25th, 2013. The event recognized American citizens’ contributions to their communities and highlighted “citizen science” projects across the nation. White House officials participated in a discussion with honorees to learn more about the impact on scientific advances as a result of efforts by citizens, including many non-experts, to engage in scientific research.