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October 28 in history:

The Statue of Liberty was completed and dedicated in New York harbor on October 28th, 1886.  It was built in France, and then taken apart, boxed up, and the pieces were sent by ship to America. 127 more words

Today In History

Lambert Airport Sees Boost in Passenger Activity

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – You might say things are “looking up” at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.

After announcing that a name change to St. Louis-Lambert International Airport has been approved locally starting in January, airport officials have released statistics showing that passenger activity was up for the 13th straight month in September. 131 more words


Flames aim to keep road-trip good times rolling

Happy, yes.


Heck no.

While winning seems to heal almost anything — bad moods, bad karma, dressing room tension, internal and external pressure, the common cold, ect. 692 more words

Calgary Flames

Osgood: Pronger, MacInnis Among the Best NHL Defenders Of All-Time

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Chris Osgood played less than a season and a half in St. Louis between 2002-04, but in that short time he believes two St. 546 more words

Syndicated Local

Blues Activate Forward Jori Lehtera From Injured Reserve

ST. LOUIS (Oct. 27, 2016) – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the Blues have activated forward Jori Lehtera from injured reserve. 124 more words

Local News

Small Works III: Opus 63119 Exhibit Has Been Extended

Small Works III: Opus 63119

Musically-Themed Small Works on Display has been extended through Nov. 3, 2016 at Webster Groves Public Library! Come see this fantastic show! 78 more words

Rickey Smiley Joins In On A Warm Musical Welcome To St. Louis [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

As the morning show family came through to St. Louis, Rickey Smiley‘s dear friend and fraternity brother, Joey Evans, made sure to welcome his friend to town with a beautiful musical ode to his city. 160 more words

Rickey Smiley Morning Show