The historic Argus Publisher Emeritus Eddie Hasan, celebrated his 77th birthday amongst family and friends, with a surprise birthday wish from Reverend Al Sharpton.
A quick bite at what is going on around St. Louis, the first of many weekly insights, to keep you in the news.
A look at St. Louis raised Denise Thimes, our own jazz songstress, who will gracing the stage with many others at the 2nd annual mega successful Music at the Intersection
As social media continues to react to the infamous Montgomery brawl that happened over the weekend, Black folks have been the most boisterous when it comes to the commentary surrounding it.
NPR I believe I was finishing up with my client and having a very light lunch. And, I momentarily decided to see who was messaging me so much on social media. As a result of my search, I saw up and down my timeline, a viral confrontation. A scene, that even the late Walter Cronkite would have been too embarrassed to cover. I saw a young man swimming to assist another man, who was later...
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The Argus St. Louis publisher give his political voice on things going down at St. Louis City Hall.
Many campaigns, advocacy efforts, lobbying went into play to bring about this admission to Juneteenth as a Nationally recognized holiday.
My belief is that a child should grow up and make those decision as a young adult.
I think The Annie Malone Parade needs to just show boat in the hood, start at Whittier and go down Martin Luther King until it runs out of floats.