Missouri Botanical Garden

Six Flags Rides

Top 5 Family Fun Things to do in St. Louis Before School Starts

It may not feel like it now, but fall will be here before you know it. Summer flies by so quickly, and all of your free time will soon be consumed by back-to-school preparations. Don’t miss the chance to create wonderful memories by enjoying awesome activities and visiting amazing local places with your family. The city’s summer highlights promise action-packed days the family will hold dear all year long.


Even during daylight hours, the new Chinese Lantern exhibit at Missouri Botanical Garden is impressive in its size, bright colors, and whimsical designs. To get the full effect, wait until after dark and head over to MoBot. The exhibit officially opens Sat. May 26th and runs through August 19th. Tickets are $22 for adults, $10 for children ages 3-12. More info at (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Thousands Dazzled by Lantern Festival at Missouri Botanical Garden

“Lantern Festival, Art by Day Magic by Night” is set to close August 19th.



Best Places To Take Pictures Of Your Kids In St. Louis

The St. Louis area is known for its wide variety of family-friendly activities and scenic spots. Our list of the best places in St. Louis to have your child’s photo taken


The Reverend Larry Rice returns to "Integrity Village"

UPDATED: Rice Files Federal Suit In Wake Of Homeless Camp Shutdown

Rice said Friday he wanted to file the suit, “because we believe we have a right to be there.”


St. Louis Zoo

St. Louis Ranks High on Travel Websites

The 360 lounge overlooking Busch Stadium beat out roof-top bars in Mumbai, New York, Hong Kong and Toronto.



Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, March 28th

Charlie talks with Adolescent Specialist Dr. Tim Jordan about “mean girls”; with Jason Delaney of MoBot about daffodil bulbs not coming up; and with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.


East wall of the Missouri Botanical Garden. (KMOX/Debbie Monterrey)

Restoration Begins on Aging East Wall of the Botanical Garden

“We’ve been watching it very closely,” said Executive Vice President at Missouri Botanical Garden Bob Herleth as the wall definitely appears to be leaning.


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KMOX Garden Hotline

Our resident lawn and garden man is back on the road this week at the Missouri Botanical Garden but he’s answering your questions as always on the KMOX Garden Hotline.



TIAM Saturday: Debbie Monterrey, Ellen Dubinsky

KMOX’s own Debbie Monterrrey takes us on a tour of the Peabody Opera House – opening today in downtown. Also, Ellen Dubinsky with the Best of Missouri Market.



TIAM Weekend

Maria Keena and Tom Calhoun are your source for news, weather, and sports on this Saturday morning. If you’re looking for some new ways to protect your health, you could head out to Green Homes and Great Health Festival at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Jean Ponzi, green resources manager of the EarthWays Center at the Garden, has all the details. Plus, this weekend is the Taste of St. Louis downtown. Spokesman Mike Kociela tells us what’s in store.