Traveling Celtic show makes its first-ever St. Louis stop — and features local artists
Tomáseen Foley’s “A Celtic Christmas,” now in its 26th year, is making its first-ever St. Louis stop Dec. 13 — and two locals have big roles. They join us in anticipation of the big evening.
How should St. Louis spend its $500M Rams settlement?
St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson discusses the road to St. Louis’ settlement over the Rams’ departure, why an expansion team was never in the mix, and his thoughts on how to spend the money.
As fentanyl kills record numbers of Americans, experts see ways to stop its menace
Percy Menzies, founder of Assisted Recovery Centers of America, and Ben Westhoff, author of “Fentanyl, Inc.” discuss how fentanyl is fueling record-high overdose deaths and what we can do to help people affected by it.
In ‘Profit and Punishment,’ Tony Messenger exposes how the justice system traps poor people
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Tony Messenger discusses his first book, which expands on his columns about debtors prisons and the fight to reform the court fees and fines that trap Americans in a cycle of poverty
Missouri was the nation’s ‘puppy mill capital’ — but advocates fought back
For years, Missouri was for its problem dog breeders. Advocates explain what changed after legislation cracked down on the industry — and where they still see room for improvement in the Show Me State.