A chance to celebrate the rebirth of St. Paul’s scenic and historic Grand Round arrives with the biggest music fest on wheels on Sunday, Sept. 12, in the St. Paul Classic. Riders can choose from the 29-mile Grand Round or the 12-mile Lollipop Loop to Lake Phalen. Riders can add
Phil Brey has been writing songs for decades. But they went unheard for nearly as long, the lyrics written down and stashed away, the melodies stored in his head or recorded.
Now, however, “Roll On Big Boy,” a song Brey wrote about the last giant Union Pacific locomotive that just
Jada Robinson, Kenosha’s Miss Juneteenth, will deliver the “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech, given by Sojourner Truth in 1851 at the Ohio Women’s Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio.
The Pops’ program will also feature “The March of the Women Marines,” a 1943 march by Louis Saverino of the U.S. Marine
The Musical History Tour, created specifically to commemorate Missouri’s bicentennial, will be featured at the St. Joseph 2021: from steam to S.T.E.A.M festival Aug. 20 and 21 at Civic Center Park.
The Musical History Tour will take audiences on a journey through the past, present and future of music in
From the yard behind Southern Brewing Company, the sounds of fiddles and Southern twanged vocals spilled over into the parking lot on July 3. Walking into the backyard, people were met with food trucks, a variety of beers and American flags.
The Classic City American Music Festival hosted nine local
“Cleaner energy is the key to the sustainable future we hope to have,” Napa High School junior Alisa Karesh said.
Resident Jessica Rennie has another reason for favoring a new gas station ban.
“Our city does not need or want another gas station with another convenience store. We need a