St. Louis Walk of Fame

St. Louis Walk of Fame
4:59 pm
Mon August 4, 2014

McCarver Comes Full Circle With Star On Walk Of Fame

Joe Edwards helps to celebrate Tim McCarver's new star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame Monday.
Credit Wayne Pratt, St. Louis Public Radio

He's won Emmy awards and been enshrined into the broadcast wing of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Now he has his very own star.

Former Major League Baseball player Tim McCarver was inducted Monday into the St. Louis Walk of Fame. He was a stalwart on Cardinals teams of the 1960s and was named an All-Star twice.

"I've never had anything, any Walk of Fame, anywhere," McCarver told St. Louis Public Radio. "This is really something."

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University City Loop
4:44 pm
Fri July 25, 2014

St. Louis Walk Of Fame Adds McCarver, Benton, Falk

Bob Gibson, left, and Tim McCarver were part of the World Series winning 1964 Cardinals who were honored this May at Busch Stadium.
Credit Bill Greenblatt | UPI

Three new stars are joining the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

Adding to the 140 famous St. Louisans already installed on Delmar Blvd. in the Loop will be 19th-century U.S. Sen. Thomas Hart Benton, a champion of manifest destiny; former Cardinal and longtime broadcaster Tim McCarver; as well as Lee Falk, who’s famous for his contributions to comics and theater.

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St. Louis on the Air
5:01 pm
Tue December 3, 2013

How Well Do You Know The St. Louis Walk Of Fame Inductees?

Joe Edwards holding a copy of the updated St. Louis Walk of Fame book.

An updated version of a book profiling the 140 inductees to the St. Louis Walk of Fame is now available at Blueberry Hill and area bookstores. The original version of the book only included the first 50 inductees.

The founder of the St. Louis Walk of Fame, Joe Edwards, wrote the foreword to the book, as well as many of the early profiles. He started the Walk of Fame, he said, to "draw attention to the great St. Louisans who have affected our culture on a national level."

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Cityscape
9:04 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

St. Louis Walk Of Fame Inducts Rocco Landesman

Rocco Landesman with his St. Louis Walk of Fame star
Marla Stoker

Rocco Landesman has received numerous Tony awards as a Broadway producer and recently completed a three year term as Chair of the National Endowment for the Arts.  He considered it a great honor to return to his home town for recognition on the St. Louis Walk of Fame. 

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