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Milk tea with boba from Kung Fu Tea

Boba of the Loop

Danny Choo-Kang and Ashley Chung January 7, 2020

Boba first popped up in St. Louis over ten years ago on Olive at St. Louis Bubble Tea. Boba, or bubble tea, is a drink with tapioca pearls that originated in Taiwan. Boba’s popularity has since skyrocketed,...

Park So-dam and Choi Woo-shik in the movie Parasite. (NEON + CJ Entertainment/TNS)


Ashley Chung, Senior Managing Editor December 26, 2019

In a few words, "Parasite" can be described as a wild ride. Quite possibly one of the best movies I have ever watched, "Parasite" left me thoroughly shocked and unsettled. "Parasite" was directed by...

Amazing colorful projects lights on a house on Wydown Blvd.

Best Holiday Lights in Clayton

Jenna Bush and Moriah Lotsoff December 24, 2019

It’s the holiday season again and that means many houses around Clayton are decorated in the winter fashion. Clayton homes have everything from green, red, and blue twinkling lights, to projectors and...

Star Wars a Divide Between Fans

Sam Smith, Reporter December 3, 2019

As the Star Wars saga comes to an end with the last movie, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”, many fans have come to the sudden realization that their beloved movies will truly end. It has been a...

Photo of COMA Coffees interior, located  on Brentwood Boulevard.

COMA Coffee – a hip hidden gem?

Seraphina Corbo and Isabella Balmnoker November 19, 2019

When you look at the facade of COMA Coffee, you see nothing but office buildings and concrete gardens. Most people would not think to grab a coffee or study from the bottom floor of an office building....

Dheera Rathikindi writing on a chalk board at the St. Louis Selfie Room.

The Selfie Room

Moriah Lotsoff and Dheera Rathikindi October 30, 2019

Two ball pits, lines of metallic balloons hanging from the ceiling, walls made of grass and books, huge cardboard lemons, and a giant black spider. In short, The Selfie Room is the perfect place to take...

Dora and the Lost City of Gold Review

Dora and the Lost City of Gold Review

Moriah Lotsoff and Alexandra Hagemeister October 28, 2019

In an age of reboots and remakes of childhood shows and movies, “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” surprised teens and engaged children in a fun but a confusing hour and forty two minute movie. “Dora...

Cookies, macarons and muffins glisten in the light within the bakery display case at Colleens.

Coffee Near Clayton

Abby Hoelscher and Ananya Shah October 14, 2019

Sick of Starbucks? Looking for a way to give back to the community, rather than just helping to profit a corporate company when spending buying your daily dose of caffeine to get you through class? Luckily,...

Picture of Coconut Chocolate Fudge from Akars Dessert Menu

Akar- Asian fusion with a twist of ingenuity.

Isabell Bamnolker and Yiyun Xu October 10, 2019

One does not often expect noodles served with peanut sauce and salad, offered in an Asian restaurant. As we settled down in the new fusion restaurant, Akar, nor did we. Akar is located on Wydown in Clayton....

Front of Global Foods Market in Kirkwood, St. Louis on Saturday, September 14.

International Grocery Stores in St. Louis

Ruby Nadin, Copy Editor September 15, 2019

The smell of spices and chocolate fills your nose as you walk in. Flags from different countries cover the walls and hang from the ceiling and racks of chips and chocolate are stacked by the cash register. ...

Claire Saffitz at her work bench in the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen in New York City.

Clayton Graduate Claire Saffitz talks High School, Harvard, Gourmet Treats and more

Michael Melinger, Chief Multimedia Editor September 11, 2019

From the sidewalks of University City to the subway stops of the Upper West Side, at least one thing has remained constant for Claire Saffitz: her love of food. Whether it’s takeout from Amighettit's...

Somying Fox: Basil Spice and My Thai

Ana Mitreva, Senior Managing Editor July 16, 2019

  After settling down in St. Louis because Hurricane Katrina hit their home in New Orleans, Somying Fox started opening Thai restaurants in St. Louis. Mrs. Fox grew up in Thailand, where she...

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