Picture a nice size orange. Imagine it cut it in half. Stick two thin wires into the orange. Then close your eyes and think
I wrote most of this essay on the day (12/29/2019) of the last Loop Trolley ride. For those outside of St. Louis, the Delmar Loop is a famous cultural street, connecting University City with the City of St. Louis proper. Revitalized in the late twentieth century primarily by local entrepreneur Joe Edwards, it was voted one of ten “Great Streets in America” by the American Planning Association in 2007.
Proposition D on Missouri’s 2018 midterm ballot asks voters whether to increase the tax on a gallon of gas. Should you vote for it?
Gooey butter cake, the Gateway Arch, the Cardinals, and telling jokes on Halloween. There is no doubt that all of these things remind you
One of the challenges that progressives frequently face is that they like to be sticklers for facts, at least wherever possible. And since a
My wife and I, along with friends, spent a wonderful week in Arizona. We admired the Grand Canyon on a perfect April Day. We
Every once in a while, we get a clear view of a major disconnect in the Republican Brain.This certainly is true with the responses
It took exactly one, tersely worded email to blow the lid off Chris Christie’s “Bridge-gate” scandal. The now infamous “Time for some traffic problems
I’ve done some traveling in recent days, and when it comes to travel, these days are not ordinary. The federal government is closely watching
Bogotá, Colombia, has been celebrated and emulated worldwide these past 10 years for its innovative Transmilenio system of articulated buses. Reports regularly appear in