The Kirkwood Call

30 winter activities to try this season

From ice skating to seeing a show at the Fox, the possibilities for how to spend winter are endless.

Catherine Butler and Olivia Silvey

January 13, 2020

Making the switch from summer to winter is difficult, especially in Missouri when the temperature can plummet 40 degrees within 48 hours. In summer, anything feels possible — days are sunny and hopeful, evenings are balmy and never seem to end. Then, after a week of exciting fall weather that brings...

Dairy protest at Ted Drewes Frozen Custard

Dairy protest at Ted Drewes Frozen Custard

Logan Crews, editor-in-chief

August 26, 2018

It’s a typical St. Louis scene: long lines of families and friends huddled around a luminescent spot on Chippewa Street where friendly workers in bright yellow shirts dole out cups of Ted Drewes Frozen Custard. Laughter from old friends meeting over sweets as well as giggles from toddlers with chocolate-smea...

Iconic restaurants of St. Louis

One of the most famous custard places in St. Louis, Ted Drewes, has been around for over 80 years. The unique custard shop also sells Christmas trees during the winter season.

Julia Bailey, photographer

March 11, 2016

Throughout the years many St. Louis restaurants have turned into iconic landmarks. These landmarks have provided a sense of community and solidarity between the residents of St. Louis that has brought the city together. On Saturday March 5, 2015, Julia Bailey, photographer, went around St. Louis looking for ...

Woah dude so much food

Christian Heutel and Katherine Hubbard

September 27, 2015

Christian Heutel, web sports editor, and Katherine Hubbard, features writer, set out to find the best food spots in St. Louis and Kirkwood. The journey through Kirkwood started at Spencer’s Grill, a long-time favorite of many in Kirkwood, went down the street to Small Cakes, which opened last Apr...

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