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SCIENCE CENTER’S “SPACE JUNK”

The world premiere of the film, “Space Junk,” will unreel at its world premiere on Jan. 14 in the OMNIMAX Theater. Don Kessler, retired head of NASA’s Orbital Debris Office and the daddy of “Space Junk” will be on hand. . .Nancy Kranzberg,the late Charlotte Peters and Harry Fender or celebrated maestro Buddy Moreno, who calls Delmar Gardens North his home these days, would have been far more entertaining than the shlock entertainment bill First Night presented at Grand Center. Moreno is getting well wishes on his 100th birthday from pals. His career was celebrated during the years after he appeared with the big bands of Dick Jurgens and Alvino Rey. . .Can it be so? Seems that Shaun Hayes, who’s mired in lawsuits, had premium seats during the World Series. . .

LET’S GO BERGERING

In the St. Louis county circuit court a judgment of  $768,100 was awarded in the case of Big Red LLC vs. J.W.Terrill Insurance for being negligent in failing to obtain insurance covering the tornado that destroyed Big Red’s building in a Fairview Heights shopping center in 2006.  Victorious barristers: Teresa Dale Pupillo and Kelly Farrell of the Carmody MacDonald law office. . .. Joe Scott‘s Crown Country Brewery has begun to reach out its distribution to the southern Illinois, Chicago and Kansas City markets. Barnwood Blonde, Big Bison and Worktruck Wheat are the most popular brands. Soon the company will release a new Double IPA and Summer Style ale, under brewmaster Carl Wiersma and Jim Krone.  The company’s new root beer is branded Fizzy Izzy (cutesy?). . .St. Louis City Hall staffers back-slapped and well-wished three of the most dependable

Mayor Slay, Barb Fehr and Ron Smith

and popular civil servants with a combined total of 118 years racked up. Upon his return from a trip to China, Hizzoner skipped jetlag to give a send off into retirement for: exec sec’ty Barb Fehr (44years); architectural manager, building commissioner and most recently, exec director of operations Ron Smith (32 years) and exec sec’ty Judy Boggs 42 years). Smith, by the way,is the first African-American to hold his predecessor Marie Jeffries‘ powerful job. He’ll go into a consultancy business, which between you and the columnist, has been doing all along with his business partner-redeveloper, Barry Edelstein.  (Conflict of interest?  The jury’s still out.).  Faces in the crowd included Patti Hageman, Ruby Bonner, Charles Bryson, Parrie May, Todd Waelterman, Paul Payne, Freddie Dunlap and Sherry Wibbenmeyer.. . Authorized by the descendants of wartime statesman Sir Winston Churchill and his granddaughter, Edwina Sandys, Chesterfield-based uber sculptor Don Wiegand is creating a bas-relief likeness of the wartime hero to mark his Iron Curtain speech.  More than twice the size of the
average man, the work will rest at the entrance of the National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Mo.  With an outstretched arm, it is to remind visitors of the prime minister’s line in which he said, “An iron curtain has descended. . .Young Ben Kerner, with his partners, has launched Upper End Properties real estatery. . .Pat Schwarz, daughter of the late hell-razing television personality, Charlotte Peters, has transferred her mom’s videos to DVD.  They are on sale now at the family dinery, Charlottte’s Rib on Manchester.


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