If there’s one thing I hate to do as a writer is repeat myself. I don’t like to say the same thing over and over again.
But sometimes, stories are so compelling and just don’t seem to die. So, I find that I have to retread familiar ground just a little bit.
This time, it’s women in corporate America.
Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose
For those who have forgotten our high school French, that handy phrase translates to: "The more things change, the more they stay the same."
Raising chickens has become a bit of a trend in urban and suburban areas.
But one St. Louis area school is embracing the so-called backyard chicken movement as a teaching tool.
The Maplewood Richmond Heights School District has 16 chickens, and the group of students who care for them has now written a guide to help others raise hens.
They’ll be signing "Chickenology: The Art & Science of Keeping Chickens" at 2 p.m. Sunday at Left Bank Books’ Downtown.
St. Louis Public Radio’s Maria Altman met the school’s “chickenologists” just before the school year draws to a close Thursday.
St. Louis Public Radio is a service of the University of Missouri-St. Louis.