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Top 5 Things To Do at Steinberg Skating Rink

Top 5 Things To Do at Steinberg Skating Rink

February 7
Filed under Showcase, Videos

There are other fun things to do at Steinberg Skating Rink besides ice skating on one of the largest outdoor rinks in the Midwest. From ice skating to playing arcade games, Steinberg's offers a variety of fun things to do with your friends and family. Admission to skate is $7 and skate rental is $6....

Visit to the Loop

Visit to the Loop

February 2
Filed under Showcase, Videos

The Delmar loop is home to many different restaurants and small businesses. Many think of the musical background because of the many street musicians, vinyl shops and concert halls such as the pageant and delmar hall. The Loop plans to expand with exciting new growth and development that continues to ...

Women’s March on St. Louis [Photo Story+Video]

Women’s March on St. Louis [Photo Story+Video]

By Alex Rowe, Samantha Cary, and Alyssa Barber
January 26
Filed under Photos, Showcase, Videos

On January 21, 2017 thousands of people gathered in Downtown St. Louis for the Women’s March. Women, men, and children began the march at the intersection of Market and 18th Street at 9 a.m. and ended in Luther Ely Square for a rally beginning at 10 a.m.. The march in St. Louis went along with the...

First St. Louis Cat Cafe Opens to Public

By Maddie Mitchell, Maddie Callewart, Shannon Lane, Hannah Davis
December 18
Filed under Intro Class Stories

Mauhaus is the very first cat cafe in Missouri run by co-owners Ben Triola and Dana Huth. Mauhaus first opened to the public on Nov. 12, 2016, and it has been catching the public’s eye ever since. “Dana and I visited a cat cafe in Thailand in 2014,” Triola said. “[We] knew almost instantl...

The Progress of Change with Gateway 2 Change

The Progress of Change with Gateway 2 Change

By Kamila Zendran, Video Staffer
March 8
Filed under News, Showcase

Gateway 2 Change is an organization that FHN has been a part of for two years. The organization started following the events of Ferguson, which people say affected the whole community with issues on diversity and race. FHN takes eight chosen students to a select location to pair with a different school...

The Demo Hits One Year

The Demo Hits One Year

By Ryan Jensen
February 3
Filed under Features

On Sat., Feb. 1, local concert venue "The Demo" will be one year old. This new addition to the St. Louis Grove area, located on 4144 Manchester Boulevard, is a small venue attached to the club "The Atomic Cowboy". The Demo’s max capacity is about 200 people, so for bigger bands, attendees must get the...

10 Questions With the Owner of Erio’s Ristorante

10 Questions With the Owner of Erio’s Ristorante

By Aurora Blanchard
March 29
Filed under Features, Showcase

Erio's Ristorante started in Florissant with Pietro and his friend Erio in 1970. Erio and Pietro put their money together after working in construction for almost 10 years together to open the first restaurant. Now, Erio owns a location in Woodson, and Pietro owns a location in St. Peters with his...

10 Questions With a Blueberry Hill Manager

10 Questions With a Blueberry Hill Manager

By Taylor Shelton
March 13
Filed under Showcase

What is your name and position? My name is Becca Schock and I am the bar manager. Why is Blueberry Hill such a famous landmark? Well we've just celebrated our 40th anniversary so we've been around for quite awhile. People come in for a lot of reasons but I'd say that the memorabilia is ...

Inside the Kettle Corner [Video]

Inside the Kettle Corner [Video]

By Hannah Stillman
November 2
Filed under Multimedia, Videos

Have you ever wondered what it takes to make Kettle Corner popcorn? Every Saturday the owner Shane Cox makes all varieties of popcorn. These range from kettle corn, Parmesan cheese, caramel and any chocolate covered specialties....

In a rough economy it’s hard to get A Second Chance

In a rough economy it’s hard to get A Second Chance

November 16
Filed under Features

One year ago, the American dream was out of sight for Steve Wilkins. He was unemployed, had no education beyond high school and lived with his aunt on the Illinois side of St. Louis. Steve signed up for Illinois’ food stamp program. One condition of this program is that those who are able must attem...

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