St. Louis coach to apprentice with Gilas? Joaquin Henson (The Philippine Star) - November 27, 2018 - 12:00am BAGUIO CITY, Philippines — St. Louis University basketball coach Raymund Austria may be on the way to an apprenticeship with the Gilas staff as Baguio Benguet Educational Athletic League (BBEAL) commissioner Djalma Arnedo yesterday disclosed that he will recommend the Navigators mentor to SBP executive director Sonny Barrios for the exposure program. Austria, who joined the St. Louis varsity as head coach in 2012, piloted the third-seed varsity to the BBEAL best-of-three finals against top-seed University of Baguio starting tomorrow in the Cardinals gym. Game 2 will be held at the St. Louis gym on Saturday and if necessary, Game 3 will be on Sunday, also at the St. Louis gym. St. Louis overcame a twice-to-win disadvantage to eliminate second-seed Baguio College of Technology (BCT) in the semifinals of the Final … [Read more...] about St. Louis coach to apprentice with Gilas?
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By Kate Silver The Washington Post Sat., June 30, 2018 St. Louis is my home away from home. It’s where I was born, and while I wasn’t raised here, it’s where I spent the bulk of my childhood vacations chowing down on gooey butter cake with grandparents and feeding goats at Grant’s Farm with cousins. It’s also a place I’ve learned to appreciate, in its own right, as an adult. Last year, I visited five times, and between toasted ravioli (t-rav) crawls on the Hill — the Italian neighbourhood where the deep-fried finger food was invented — uncovered a deeper appreciation for the Lou. The city, just a hop across the Mississippi River from Illinois, is a modest one. It has a rich musical history tied to the blues, but you don’t hear people bragging about it. It has a colourful beer history tied to Anheuser-Busch and, more recently, some solid craft brews, but no one puts on airs over it. And it has a fun food scene, … [Read more...] about Finding the unexpected in St. Louis, the gateway city
By The Associated Press Sat., June 9, 2018 ST. LOUIS—Guests can get paid $3,500 (U.S.) to stay at a St. Louis hotel for up to 12 days with catered meals, as long as they sign up to be exposed to the flu virus. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a research unit at St. Louis University is testing the effectiveness of flu vaccines by paying volunteers to stay at its Salus Center. Participants will be given a flu shot or a placebo, and then receive a dose of a flu virus through nasal spray. The volunteers will then be observed for flu symptoms, such as fever, runny nose, sneezing or coughing. The university spent about $350,000 to convert 24 hotel rooms into a quarantined medical unit. The Extended Stay Research Unit expects to welcome its first guests within the next year. Article Continued Below Read more: Vaccine-preventable diseases could come roaring back because adults are neglecting their shots, Canadian study says TOP STORIES, DELIVERED TO … [Read more...] about Get paid to live it up in a St. Louis hotel — as long as you don’t mind the flu
Follow our new CNA LIFESTYLE page on Facebook for more travel stories and videosNEW YORK: Tom Duggan, the man behind the counter at Lemon Gem Kitchen Goods in St. Louis, Missouri, was so talkative that I couldn’t help but stay and chat. He was filling in for his daughter, the shop’s owner, Beth Styles. I asked him what he liked about St. Louis and he said he once had a job that entailed a lot of travel, and that he always liked coming home.“It’s a great place to raise a family, the schools in the county are good, and the real estate is reasonable,” he said. “It’s a big small town.”This isn’t mere aw-shucks sentiment. St. Louis has all you could want in a city – museums, green spaces, good music and exciting new restaurants – plus that distinct Midwestern sense that if you stop random people on the street, there’s a very good chance they grew up nearby and are excited to share the name of their … [Read more...] about Alternative destination: A date with Black Panther and some whirlwind jazz in St Louis
By MATTHEW HAAG The New York Times Wed., May 9, 2018 The president of Nordstrom Rack flew to St. Louis to apologize on Tuesday to three black friends who were falsely accused last week of trying to steal clothing at one of the company’s stores. The teenage friends had stopped into a Nordstrom Rack in suburban St. Louis on Thursday to look for last-minute deals before a high school prom on Friday night. Two employees followed them throughout the store, closely monitoring their every move, and reported them to police. “Every time we moved, they moved,” Mekhi Lee, 19, told KMOV-TV in St. Louis on Tuesday. When they left the store — carrying items they had just purchased — police officers were waiting for them outside. Read more: Donald Glover’s ‘This Is America’ video hailed as ‘an indictment and a challenge’ Article Continued Below Kanye West’s comments earn essay-length rebuke from Ta-Nehisi … [Read more...] about Nordstrom Rack apologizes to Black men in St. Louis falsely accused of stealing