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Customers and employees of On the Run honored baseball legend Jackie Robinson at Busch Stadium with a check for $53,000 to the Jackie Robinson Foundation. The St. Louis Cardinals, On the Run and Anheuser-Busch joined forces to raise money for the national, not-for-profit organization, which offers college scholarships and support programs for disadvantaged students of color. Pictured: Representatives of On the Run present the $53,000 check.
Jackie Robinson Foundation
Good news: The kids are in bed at a decent hour. Bad news: It’s getting darker earlier. Good news: There’s a refreshing crispness in the air. Bad news: The rainy chill of autumn has arrived. Good news: Vin Diesel and Channing Tatum have been locked up until next summer. Bad news: George Clooney and Michael Fassbender haven’t been let out yet. Good news: There are some outstanding films to watch at home. Bad news: There are some that are so appalling, you will wonder why no one warned you. Well, consider yourself warned...
If the theater selections seem grim, don’t lose hope. There are some colorful options available to watch from the comfort of your own home.
Just go. That’s really all I have to say. A Jackie Robinson biopic was long overdue and this is an A+ effort. It’s a 9.
Well, we’re almost out of the woods. We made it through the January bilge and a February with nothing but Oscar re-releases that were worth seeing. Spring break is almost over, and the studios know that the time has come to start releasing some movies that people actually will pay to see. Here’s what we have (hopefully) to look forward to this spring:
Former First Daughter JENNA BUSH HAGER is coming to St. Louis next week. She’ll be the featured guest at MARIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL’s inaugural fundraising event, Marian Inspires!, to be held Thursday, Feb. 7, at the Busch Mansion. Hager, the daughter of President GEORGE W. BUSH and First Lady LAURA BUSH and a TODAY Show correspondent, will discuss the valuable role education plays in the future success of young women in today’s society.
Story: Ten-year-old Joe Shostak has a problem with anger management. His Little League baseball manager tells him so after seeing him get in a fight with a loud-mouthed player from another team. There are problems at home, too, as Joe’s parents have separated over money issues.
Ted Savage, Barry and Cindy Gardener, Carlos and Sylvia Jenkins, Dr. Jackie Brock, Kerry Robinson
Play: “Branch Rickey”