STLduJournal ⏳ · 2022-10-11 0

STLduJour(nal) ⏳ – MMXXII:284-AM

STL: Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Events 📆

  • Jane Goodall visits new exhibit at Saint Louis Science Center, speaks to students – KSDK
  • Mark your calendar for an evening of family-friendly spooky stories at the St. Louis Storytelling Festival – St. Louis Magazine
  • Pickin’ in the Pumpkin Patch – Good Food St. Louis
  • Artica 2022 – r/StLouis
  • Keg Tapping, German Food, Music, Mass In Grass, Play Big Part Of Oktoberfest Saturday/Sunday – RiverBender
  • Granite City Is Loaded With Halloween Activities Through October – RiverBender
  • Granite City’s Month Of Magic & Mayhem Kicks Off With Impressive Parade/Monster Dance Party – RiverBender

BuySTL 👜

  • St. Louis startup developing self-driving railcar expands to new HQ – St. Louis Regional Freightway
  • St. Louis-based global packaging business to expand European reach with acquisition – KSDK

Restaurants 🍲

  • New brunch spot to open in Eat-Rite building – r/StLouis
  • Chuck’s Hot Chicken opening Rock Hill location on October 13 – St. Louis Magazine
  • Kingside Diner arriving soon at St. Louis Lambert International Airport’s Terminal 1 – St. Louis Magazine
  • At Gokul Indian Restaurant, Jitendra Sandhe is serving up a wide range of exclusively vegetarian and kosher fare –
  • Arzola’s Fajitas & Margaritas cooks up Tex-Mex in Benton Park inspired by three generations –

STLfood ⚜️

  • St. Louis Taco Week Is Here: $5 Taco Specials at Area Restaurants – RFT
  • St. Louis Taco Week starts Monday, Oct. 10 – FOX 2
  • St Louis themed cookbooks – r/StLouis

STL100 💯

  • Tina Farmer Is Now the RFT’s Theatre Critic – RFT
  • Coast Guard: Mississippi River reopens to barge traffic after low water closures –
  • Washington University professor shares economics Nobel Prize for crisis research –
  • Washington University Professor Wins Nobel Prize in Economics – RFT
  • WashU professor among economic scientists awarded Nobel Prize – KSDK
  • St. Louisan wins Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences – FOX 2
  • The Nobel Prize Goes to Bernanke and Diamond and Dybvig – Marginal REVOLUTION

STL99 😱

  • Airport websites in St. Louis, other cities go offline; cause being investigated –
  • Lambert Airport website restored after apparent cyberattack, flights not affected – KSDK
  • St. Louis Lambert International Airport website targeted by Russian hackers – FOX 2
  • Woman killed by hit-and-run driver in Tower Grove South neighborhood –
  • Hit-and-run crash on Gravois Avenue leaves pedestrian dead – KSDK
  • Another Pedestrian Killed by Driver in St. Louis’ South City – RFT
  • Car slams into building early Monday at Gravois, Nebraska avenues – KSDK

99MO 😱

  • Missouri participation in public benefits program WIC fell sharply during pandemic – Missouri Independent

WW99 😱

  • Making Workers Keep Their Webcams on Is a Human Rights Violation, According to Dutch Judge – Gizmodo
  • Elon Musk Praised by China for Suggesting Communists Exert Control in Taiwan – Gizmodo
  • Leaked Emails Show Mexico’s Military Sold Grenades to the Cartels – VICE US
  • German Cybersecurity Chief to be Sacked Over Alleged Russia Ties: Sources – SecurityWeek
  • Russians hit the office and R&D center of Samsung in Kyiv – Hacker News

CityGov 🏛

LocalGov 🏛

  • Saint Louis Public Schools picks interim superintendent, launches national search for permanent job – KSDK

MoGov 🏛

  • Mike Parson Won’t Offer Mass Pardons for Marijuana Offenses – RFT

FedGov 🏛

  • Biden’s Weed Pardon Won’t Get Anyone Out of Prison—But It’s Still a Huge Deal – VICE US
  • U.S. Army Chooses Google Workspace – Hacker News

Jobs 📄

  • Schnucks, union try out new flexible option for grocery workers –
  • Client Service Coordinator II (Department of Human Services) – Jobs
  • Program Manager I (Homeless Services) – Jobs
  • Public Information Officer I – Jobs

Sustainability ♻️

  • To stay or to go: Increased flooding forces towns to make hard choices –
  • Making room for the river: Communities look at nature-based solutions –
  • This California City Is Rapidly Running Out of Water – Gizmodo

Infrastructure 🚽

  • Rivian recalls nearly every vehicle it has sold – The Register

Ecology 🦤

  • Assessing Air Quality Conditions in the St. Louis Region as the 2022 Forecasting Season Wraps Up – Clean Air Partnership
  • The Southwest’s Famous Cacti Are in Trouble – Gizmodo

WWW99 🕸

  • Hackers forced more than a dozen US public airport websites offline – Engadget
  • US airports’ sites taken down in DDoS attacks by pro-Russian hackers – BleepingComputer
  • PayPal Still fining $2500 for Promoting anything “Discriminatory”, “Intolerance” – Hacker News
  • PayPal decides fining people $2,500 for ‘misinformation’ wasn’t a great idea – The Register
  • Telegram Piracy: Police Target 545 Channels & Eight Suspected Admins – TorrentFreak
  • An ‘everything app’ would be bad for liberal democracies and free markets – Hacker News

Space 🚀

  • William Shatner writes about going to space –
  • Underground microbes may have swarmed ancient Mars – The Big 550 KTRS
  • NASA’s InSight Lander Hunkers Down as Martian Storm Moves In – Gizmodo


  • Command line and local web note‑taking, bookmarking, archiving application – Hacker News
  • Big improvements to ActivityPub on – Manton Reece