Big Muddy will light up three days, three stages and more than 30 hours of all things “blues” on the historic Laclede’s Landing.
Laclede’s Landing has organized its own celebration, the Downtown Hoedown.
Police say the victims are in stable condition after being shot in the leg.
The first phase of an effort to re-set those bumpy cobblestones on Laclede’s Landing is wrapping up.
The rally begins at 12:30 p.m. at Ballpark Village with announcer Joe Buck serving as MC.
Cobblestone construction that was estimated to be completed at the beginning of January, makes is difficult for tourists to travel throughout the area.
Local group plans to rally in order to keep the Rams from leaving St. Louis.
Original 19th century stones will remain, but base for them will be stabilized.
Charlie talks with David Clayton-Thomas, lead singer for Blood, Sweat & Tears, about his music career and his upcoming appearance in St. Louis.
On August 14th, we visited Laclede’s Landing for the letter L.