Friday, March 2, 2012

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Lou Brock at the Clinton Library

Consider this an open line.

Few odds and ends.

*IF YOU'RE FEELING AIMLESS: A bunch of us from the Times will be at Revolution in the River Market tonight for the Times Musicians Showcase Finals. Should be a good time.

*LOU BROCK: Times photographer and St. Louis native Brian Chilson was thrilled to get pics of his childhood idol at the Clinton Library today. The El Dorado native was in town to kick off "Play Ball! The St. Louis Cardinals," an exhibit that opens at the library tomorrow.

*NO PODCAST: Since Max is gone, we're skipping. Sorry devoted listeners. Next week!

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