Missouri History Museum
The Delmar Loop trolley is on track to start laying tracks this spring.
The top museums in St. Louis are gathering some pretty exciting works for you this spring. These exhibits celebrate everyone from the ancient mound builders of Cahokia to the rum runners of the Jazz Age.
The new president of the Missouri History Museum is promising reform, after the previous president quit amid allegations of wasting taxpayer money on an inflated, sweetheart land deal.
Groundbreaking is planned for the spring with an opening scheduled for a year later, says Joe Edwards.
“The ones you’re getting are in the best shape,” said Bill Failing, President of Vintage Trolley Inc., a non-profit company which owns four vintage trolleys in Portland.
The Black Rep will call Harris-Stowe State University’s Emerson Performance Center home for at least the next year.
Here are some great ways to commemorate Veterans Day around the St. Louis region.
“Now that it is shutdown there is no communication with the Federal Transit Administration due to the shutdown,” Delmar Loop developer Joe Edwards said.
Museum President Robert Archibald stepped down in December after two dozen years as the museum’s leader. He faced controversy over a land deal and his own six-figure salary.
The Forest Park museum commemorates the 1963 protests at Jefferson Bank & Trust Co. with three days of events, starting Wednesday.