St. Louis Science Center
As for how long it will take for the dome to come down once Science Center officials turn off fans within in, that’s a matter of debate.
The St. Louis Science Center hopes closing some exhibits and ramping up donations will help reduce their 20 million dollar debt.
Will the designated hitter eventually make its way into the National League? George Vecsey, New York Times reporter and author, joined the show.
A prehistoric sea of stone arches, psychedelic tunes, space capsules, mummies, football, post-war German art — whatever your interests, there’s something just for you in the coming year.
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.
St. Louis may not be Hollywood, but it is filled with film buffs that enjoy the various unique venues and resources available to satisfy the most engaged film geek’s hunger.
The charm of a picnic is irresistible in St. Louis with its stunning parks and green spaces. Bring the family or enjoy a quiet romantic picnic with that special someone. At the city’s best places for a picnic, enjoy the vast green spaces, museums, a historical carousel, butterflies, scenic views of the Mississippi River, gardens, lakes and enjoy a concert in the park. Spread out a blanket or find a picnic table at the most perfect picnic spots in St. Louis.
Don’t miss this rare occurrence.
The President goes to Afghanistan. Avoiding heart attacks. Check out the size of the moon Saturday night!
How were the jobs in March? Candy Crowley on politics. Mike and Tom talk Cardinal baseball. The Trouble with Tribbles.