Chris Hrabe

HRABE: Thursday Morning Mailbag

Opened up the Twitter mailbag last night during the Cardinals game for this morning’s column. Got some good questions.

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John Kerry Campaigns In Missouri and Pennsylvania

CVC Expects a Great Summer

This year the CVC will be advertising heavily in Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Milwaukee in addition to Chicago, Louisville, Nashville and Memphis.


St. Louis Union Station

Long-Awaited Union Station Renovation To Begin

The new plans call for more office space, less retail, and trains running from Union Station to various destinations.


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Old Big East To Become ‘American Athletic Conference’

The conference announced the decision Wednesday after university presidents approved the new moniker earlier in the day.


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Mayors Seek Viability For Mississippi River

Thursday’s gathering comes amid one of the worst droughts in recent memory. Low water continues to affect river traffic and recreation.



St. Louisans Donate An Average of 4 Percent of Income to Charity

St. Louis County and City residents give 5.6 percent, followed by St. Clair County at 5.1 percent, and Madison County at 4.6 percent.


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Columbia Airport Adds Flights to Atlanta

Beginning in September, most flights from Columbia Regional Airport will fly to Atlanta, rather than Memphis.



Harry Hamm Reviews: “The Avengers”

This Saturday, Harry reviews “Memphis” at the Fox and what promises to be one of the big films of the summer, “The Avengers.”


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“Memphis” a Musically Jubillant Show, Engaging and Enjoyable

A show that lifts your spirits and may just bring you back for a second look…and listen.


United Airlines Computer Glitch Hampers Travel Nationwide

Costlier Holiday Travel Off And Running Across U.S.

“Sacrifice to see the ones you love, that’s what we do,” said John Mahoney, who was driving to visit his mother and sister in St. Louis.