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We recently had to issue thinly veiled threats of a civil rights lawsuit against Mayor Lyda Krewson to get her to restore our editors and reporters to media lists to receive public information from her office and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Now we turn our attention to anot…

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While it has been impressive to see a wide and diverse group of citizens rise to the defense of St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell after the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on his spending tax dollars on lobster tails and racks of lamb for staff, we would like to emphasize Bell’s mea c…

Living through times with the makings of being historic is fascinating because you get to savor how disorganized and unpredictable lived reality is even when the overarching storyline about this moment, once it becomes history, will be pretty clear. We believe that in 2016 the American peopl…

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Living through times with the makings of being historic is fascinating because you get to savor how disorganized and unpredictable lived reality is even when the overarching storyline about this moment, once it becomes history, will be pretty clear. We believe that in 2016 the American peopl…

Tony Messenger, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and anyone who cares about the St. Louis region or Missouri should applaud Messenger’s winning the 2019 Pulitzer Prize “For distinguished commentary.” Messenger – who has the best surname ever for a journalist – was recognized, according to the ju…