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TV review: 'Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour' on PBS
8 p.m. Sunday (July 1) on PBS Three stars (out of four) Inspector Morse was a stalwart of PBS' "Mystery!," appearing in 33 two-hour episodes over 16 years. For most of that time, viewers didn't even know Morse's first name, but the truth finally came out: He'd been christened Endeavour.
Langenbrunner hopes to remain a Blue
Jamie Langenbrunner will become an unrestricted free agent at 11 a.m. Sunday, and while it doesn't appear that he'll be re-signing with the Blues by then, the veteran forward said that he does want to remain in St. Louis. "The fact that it's almost (Sunday), it's likely that'll happen," Langenbrunner said of his pending free-agent status.
Contending is Blues' top task
The NHL season might not start on time because of a potential labor dispute, but before the league and the players' association even sat down Friday for their first bargaining session of the summer, they confirmed the salary cap for 2012-13.
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Editor's pick: Kiehl's corrective solution
The latest product from Kiehl's aims to reduce discoloration on the skin and provide nourishment. The quickest way to melt off a few years is create a youthful glow and an even skin tone. It's easy to do with makeup, but if you prefer going au naturel,...
This summer, take a fresh opportunity to simplify
Summer makes people nostalgic. It's hard not to walk out into the sunshine and long for Popsicles, flip-flops and nothing to do. We reminisce about how long summer used to be. For adults, it's just another season - a little hotter than the rest, but neither long nor short.
Garbage from the NHL rep | Sports Forums - Bernie's Press Box
This, from Jeremy Rutherford, who interviewed the NHL's on-site supervisor after the Dwight King hit on Alex Pietrangelo: Kay Whitmore ... NHL supervisor of officiating for Blues-Kings series. What did the officials see on Dwight King's hit and what went into the decision to give King a 2-minute minor?
Slow and steady for Schlafly's St. Louis Brewery
Lager Heads had a chance this week to sit down with the current and future bosses at Schlafly parent St. Louis Brewery. The topic of conversation? Expansion. As we reported last week, Schlafly cracked the ranks of the nation's 40 biggest craft brewers for the first time in 2011, largely on the strength of 22 percent sales growth.
Nestle sales rise on demand from emerging markets
Swiss food and drinks giant Nestle SA forecast Friday that 2012 will be a challenging year but reported that first-quarter sales rose a healthy 5.6 percent from a year earlier, fueled by strong growth in emerging markets and higher retail prices.
Another bankruptcy for Roberts brothers
Michael and Steven Roberts, two prominent St. Louis developers, turned to bankruptcy again on Monday in a bid to protect their ailing business empire from increasingly aggressive creditors. Their third recent bankruptcy, filed on behalf of a Roberts Companies hotel in Houston, could signal additional filings for five other hotels enmeshed in a legal fight with Bank of America.
Spring premieres: a clip-and-save list
Spring is a time for goodbyes on TV, with seasons and series wrapping up. "One Tree Hill" ended its run last week, with "Desperate Housewives" (May 13) and "House" (May 21) also set to sign off. But spring brings beginnings as well.
Gills take over operations at the Holiday Inn Southwest-Viking Conference Center
INN KEEPING: Amy and Amrit Gill of Restoration St. Louis have emerged as the receivers running the Holiday Inn Southwest-Viking Conference Center at Lindbergh and Interstate 44 in Sunset Hill. Reached in India where the Gills are visiting family, Amy said their mandate by the court is to "reposition and turn around the performance of the hotel."
Vacationing Post-Dispatch reporter was first to report survivors' stories
Carlos and Katherine Hurd of St. Louis were bound for Europe on a vacation. Killing time in New York. Carlos Hurd, a reporter at the Post-Dispatch, dropped by the newsroom of the New York World for small talk. He met city editor Charles Chapin. Eight days later, it was good that Hurd knew Chapin's face.
Ralcorp-owned facility in Oklahoma closing
Bremner Food Group, a division of St. Louis-based Ralcorp Holdings, is closing a cracker manufacturing facility in Oklahoma that employs 240 people. About 100 people at the Poteau, Okla., manufacturing facility were laid off in January. Bremner announced the permanent closure of the facility on Wednesday, and the remaining 140 workers' employment will run through the end of May.
Mad Style: A Little Kiss, Part 1 | Tom & Lorenzo
Wake up, children! The SIXTIES are here! Like most viewers, we were struck by Sally's newly stretched-out body and suddenly deeper voice. And probably like a lot of viewers, we originally figured this was her new house she was waking up in.
Miss the TV chat? Here's the transcript
Gail: Sorry to be a couple of minutes late toggling the session on. I was buying a ticket (just one) for the $500,000,000 mega-millions jackpot. If 20 of us put in $1 each, we should get something like $25 million each. So maybe I won't see you here next week.
Local food company files for bankruptcy
A St. Louis-based food manufacturer that specializes in organic lentil mixes and dips has filed for bankruptcy. Berhanu Enterprises, which launched in 2006, submitted its bankruptcy petition to US Bankruptcy Court in St. Louis on Monday. The company, known as Berhanu Organics, was founded by Ethiopian native, Sine Berhanu, using recipes and ideas from her home country.