The Blues have 41 games to answer many questions. Continue reading Five Midseason Questions about the Blues
It’s almost time for another season of Blues hockey! Although, something doesn’t feel quite right about how this team is built.
(Featured Image: Scott Audette/Getty Images) Continue reading 2016-17 St. Louis Blues Preview – Something missing?
This ‘team’ was just a collection of nice pieces that didn’t really fit together. Continue reading 2016 St. Louis Cardinals Season Review
ETHAN MAY Now that this course has come to an end, it’s time to think about the ways I have succeeded and the ways I have failed. I can think of three stories that I believe to be my biggest successes. First is the story about Tyronn Lue, the Mexico, Missouri native who coached the NBA’s … Continue reading Successes, Failures & Lessons
ETHAN MAY I still remember my first day of high school. In P.E. I sat on the gym floor looking at the seniors in my class like they giants. It felt like they were from a different generation. They were grown men and I still felt like a middle schooler. I’ll never forget what my … Continue reading Last Week
This post provides a list and short explanation of many of the articles I have written to this point. Continue reading Facebook Page Introduction
Spanning nearly 19 hours, my first election day saw a combination of thunder, rain and unenthusiastic voters. Continue reading My First Election Day in the Newsroom
Sometimes it’s hard to convince people to talk to you when you are so different from them. Continue reading Sticking Out & Shoe-Leather Journalism
Finding your voice is tough. Editing can be your best friend, but it can also be an enemy when you’re building a voice. Continue reading Keeping Your Voice
It takes time to create quality work, but you also must find a balance. Continue reading Early Mornings and Late Nights