There will be no reason to listen to KMOX

(via KWMU) ST. LOUIS, MO (2005-08-04) The Post-Dispatch is reporting that the Cardinals will move to KTRS after this season. That means they’ll end their 52 year stint on KMOX. The KMOX vice president who’s been negotiating for his station told the paper he hasn’t spoken with the team in the past two weeks. The … Continue reading “There will be no reason to listen to KMOX”

How did I miss this one?

(from the this is probably only funny if you’ve lived in Saint Louis dept.) Here’s an April 1 post found on stlbloggers.com: SOLD We apologize for the inconvenience but the StlBloggers.com domain and website have been sold to Becky’s Carpet and Tile. Starting tomorrow the forums will be removed and replaced with ads for our … Continue reading “How did I miss this one?”

Visitor’s Guide to Driving in St. Louis

(stolen from stlbloggers.com) There are 75 “official neighborhoods” in the City of St. Louis. St. Louisans commonly give directions (especially for restaurants) to strangers based on these neighborhoods which aren’t marked on any maps that are handed out by the tourist board, the AAA or Mapquest. There are 54 school districts — on the Missouri … Continue reading “Visitor’s Guide to Driving in St. Louis”

Just when I started thinking Saint Louis was a good place to live…

Something like this has to happen: Station to Rerun ‘Average Joe’ Segment ST. LOUIS (AP) – After Missouri’s own Dick Gephardt finished fourth in the Iowa caucuses, the local NBC affiliate cut away from network programming to broadcast his speech. That didn’t sit so well with the Average Joe. Viewers jammed KSDK-TV’s switchboard and Web … Continue reading “Just when I started thinking Saint Louis was a good place to live…”