Time to say farewell

So, what does one say when asked to pen a few words about retiring from what was described as a part-time job but which turned out to be a major part of my life for the past eight-plus years?

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Criminologists mislead us

Walter E. Williams

There is significant bias among criminologists. The reason for that bias is that political leanings of academic criminologists are liberal.

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Hotdogs with Heroes

On Saturday, Sept. 21, Code 3 Response will host the 4th annual “Mike Flamion” Hotdogs with Heroes event on the southeast parking lot of Macy’s at Chesterfield Mall.

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Spiro’s: Where taste and tradition unite

Tableside service at Spiro's

Spiro’s rich history and style is a tradition of the Karagiannis family, legendary local restaurateurs who built their reputation by serving the finest Mediterranean cuisine, pastas, steaks and seafood.

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Indian Music Festival scheduled

The sixth Annual St. Louis Indian Music Festival, presented by Soorya Performing Arts, a not-for-profit organization, takes place on Sept. 20-22 at the Ghandi Center, 727 Weidman Road in Ballwin.

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Urgent Care: The new frontline of healthcare

Urgent Cares. They’re everywhere. But why? Local experts have varying replies to that question – from “our healthcare system is broken” to “it’s about patient access” to “it’s a changing business model” – and there’s truth in all of them.

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