Tickets to the Sept. 28 event are $30 per person and include an autographed copy of "One Last Strike," the memoir of the recently retired St. Louis Cardinals baseball manager.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Friday, July 27, 2012
Both men are seeking to become the Democratic Party's candidate for 1st District U.S. Representative.
The first live debate between Democratic candidates Russ Carnahan and William Lacy Clay will air Monday on KMOX 1120 AM, a news release from the radio station states. The two are opponents in the Aug. 7 primary for 1st District U.S. Representative. “This race has turned contentious and the public needs to hear some straight answers," stated radio personality Charlie Brennan, who will moderate the event from 10 to 11 a.m. as part of The Charlie Brennan Show. Brennan is a Clayton resident. The candidates will get one minute to answer each question posed to them. If one candidate mentions his opponent during an answer, his opponent will get 30 seconds to respond. More recent 2012 election stories on Patch:
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America St. Louis Chapter will host An Orchid AAFAir on March 10 at the Coronado Ballroom.
The Richmond Heights-based Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America St. Louis Chapter (AAFA) will host a fundraiser March 10 at the Coronado Ballroom in St. Louis city. Here's what you should know: Event: An Orchid AAFAir Date: Saturday, March 10, 2012. 6 p.m. cocktail reception and silent auction; 7:30 p.m. dinner and live auction; 8:45 p.m. dancing to the sounds of The Spectrum Band Beneficiary: Proceeds benefit the life-saving medical and educational programs that the (AAFA) provides to the St. Louis community. Scoop: Join master of ceremonies Charlie Brennan of KMOX 1120 AM, auctioneer Rene Knott of KSDK Channel 5 and AAFA for the 22nd annual Orchid AAFAir gala. You will enjoy a wonderful evening of entertainment from The Spectrum Band…
Sunday, February 26, 2012
A complete photo gallery featuring numerous people with ties to Clayton and Richmond Heights is available on the website of the St. Louis Business Journal
Numerous leaders in business and civic life with ties to the Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch area have been named among the St. Louis Business Journal's 268 Most Influential St. Louisans list. Among them: (View the complete slideshow on the Business Journal's website.)
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Residents gathered Tuesday to brainstorm ahead of the city's 100th year in 2013.
Big parties. New trees. Re-enactments. Treasure hunts. Those are among the dozens of suggestions Clayton residents made Tuesday night for commemorating the city's 100th anniversary next year. "We really see November 2012 as the kickoff," said parks and recreation director Patty DeForrest during an overview of events already on the calendar. The brainstorming session happened from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Center of Clayton. Charlie Brennan, a 10-year Clayton resident and KMOX 1120 AM radio personality, moderated the event and wrote audience members' ideas on large sheets of paper. He also reviewed celebrations held by other U.S. cities for their 100th year, including Burbank, CA; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Westminster, CO; and Delray Beach, FL. City …
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The event will be held at The Center of Clayton.
Members of the Clayton community will give input Tuesday night about how the city should celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2013. The meeting runs from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Center of Clayton and will be moderated by KMOX 1120 AM personality Charlie Brennan.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
The ceremony happened Tuesday morning.
Supporters applauded Tuesday to dedicate a new Clayton High School plaza meant to highlight the facility's entrance and serve as a community gathering place. "It's been a labor of love," said Sue Hodapp, who co-chaired the CHS Centennial Plaza Fundraising Committee and whose son, Andy, is a sophomore at the school. The project evolved and overcame challenges to become something larger in scope than organizers had initially planned. She said she hopes people reflect on 100 years of excellence at CHS when they see the plaza, whose anchor is the 10-ton globe sculpture that once stood next to the building. Dr. Louise Losos, principal at CHS, said she is "thrilled" to see the project completed. It is the culmination of long-term construction at…
Monday, December 12, 2011
The plaza and its accompanying globe are meant to commemorate Clayton High School's 100th year.
The new Centennial Plaza at Clayton High School will be dedicated Tuesday morning. The three-year, PTO-led project cost $176,000 and is intended to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the school, a news release issued Friday states. "The PTO engaged the entire Clayton community, parents, alums and businesses, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of excellence in education at Clayton High School," stated Dr. Louise Losos, principal of CHS, in the release. "Centennial Plaza has truly enhanced our facility and pulls the entire campus together.” Charlie Brennan of KMOX 1120 AM will emcee the event starting at 11:30 a.m. The radio host is also a parent to two Clayton students. The new plaza is in the green space near the school's front …
Monday, November 28, 2011
Milton Hieken lives in the city's Wydown Forest neighborhood and recently received recognition as an Ageless-Remarkable St. Louisan by St. Andrew's Resources for Seniors System.
Clayton resident Milton Hieken spends his post-engineer days giving back to cultural and charitable organizations throughout St. Louis. He says the reason is simple: he wants future generations to have the same opportunities he did. "When you retire, you're not just going to sit on the front porch in the rocking chair all day," Hieken, 81, said during an interview at his home in the Wydown Forest neighborhood. On Nov. 6, Hieken received recognition as an Ageless-Remarkable St. Louisan by St. Andrew's Resources for Seniors System. The system held a celebration at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch to honor 20 such seniors "whose involvement and vitality enhance our lives and our community," a program brochure states. Growing up, …
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Clayton Farmer's Market manager Deborah Henderson is scheduled to discuss St. Louis County Department of Health fees Wednesday on the radio with the talk show host.
The manager of the Clayton Farmer's Market will discuss St. Louis County vendor permitting fees during a radio program planned Wednesday. Deborah Henderson is scheduled to appear with talk show host Charlie Brennan starting at 10:20 a.m. Wednesday on KMOX 1120 AM, she wrote in an email. Listeners will be able to call in during the interview, which is expected to run until about 10:45 a.m. Henderson began petitioning the St. Louis County Council this spring in an effort to change the way fees are assessed to vendors by the St. Louis County Department of Health. Officials have said legislation on the issue likely will be introduced this year but that changes won't take effect until the 2012 farmers market season. Also on Clayton-Richmond …