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Hedy Epstein, who fled the Nazis as a child in Germany and later protested what she saw as injustice in the Middle East and near her home in St. Louis, died Thursday, her friend Dianne Lee told The Huffington Post. She was 91. Epstein's long career in activist circles began when she was a teenager and continued for the rest of her life. Comment?
Since the National Football League allowed the St. Louis owner to move his team to Los Angeles, a host of columnists have slammed the action, claiming the "loud and loyal" Rams fans would be hurt. But it ignores the fact that St. Louis had one of the least supportive fan bases in the entire NFL, which contributed to the move to L.A. And throwing even more taxpayer money toward a St. Louis stadium that is likely to be fairly empty seems like a bad idea. Comment?
Anyone who took photos during the Ferguson unrest in 2014 can now have their work published in a book, thanks to a new campaign launched on Kickstarter this week. St. Louis photographer Santiago Bianco, community organizer Jason Gray and TedxGatewayArch founder Steve Sommers came up with the idea for the project, now called "Chronicle Ferguson." Comment?
Two Rams fans surrounded by empty seats at a December game against Tampa Bay. It was the final game the Rams would play in St. Louis after they received approval to relocate to Los Angeles on Tuesday. Comment?
The St. Louis Rams on Tuesday won permission to relocate to Los Angeles, despite an NFL committee recommendation that the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers be allowed to move. But the committee's two-team recommendation didn't have much support with the league's 32 owners, who met in Houston to decide the matter. Comment?
The St. Louis Rams laid waste to their current hometown in a proposal to relocate to Los Angeles this week, describing St. Louis as a "struggling" city that "lags, and will continue to lag, far behind in the economic drivers that are necessary for sustained success of an NFL franchise." St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay naturally took issue with that characterization, and on Wednesday, he sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to correct the "multiple inaccuracies and misrepresentations" of his city. Comment?
It's that time of year again, friends. The time of year when we stop eating burgers and focus exclusively on the once Italian but now quintessentially American meal of pizza. Comment?
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