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Past articles by Bill:

McClellan: The denizen of Demun Avenue

Chip Wood has lived on DeMun since Elvis died. → Read More

McClellan: Stepping into a Woody Allen movie

A biopsy without general anesthesia is the first scene in a dark comedy. → Read More

Bill McClellan: Stepping into a Woody Allen movie

A biopsy without general anesthesia is the first scene in a dark comedy. → Read More

The incredible lightness of being important

One of the nice things about St. Louis is you don’t have to be important to be important. We set the bar low. → Read More

McClellan: A fish story and a state championship for McGivney High

Student at three-year-old high school is state champion in bass fishing. → Read More

McClellan: Doing journalism in the best of all universes

After a summer vacation, Bill will continue to write his column for the Sunday Post-Dispatch. → Read More

McClellan: Spilled beer leads to murder but no whodunnit

Trial of Kiener Plaza shooter brings retired prosecutor back to the courtroom. → Read More

McClellan: A simple life becomes complicated for a Hazelwood man

Boeing dishwasher suddenly owes $35,000 to the Social Security Administration. → Read More

McClellan: Trying to give money back

St. Louis couple endures identity theft at tax time, then winds up with more than double the proper refund. → Read More

McClellan: Max Starkloff's story, written by a 'Mad Man'

A book by a St. Louisan, about a St. Louisan. → Read More

McClellan: Diehl may have been less a predator, more a buffoon

There is a chance, maybe even a likelihood, that we will never know exactly what happened between former Speaker of the Missouri House John Diehl and a 19-year-old intern. → Read More

McClellan: For Webster Groves auto shop, it's tempting to kick the can down the road again

With days numbered for business, delay may be worthwhile. → Read More

McClellan: Capitalism for the poor, socialism for the rich

In the Barbara Morriss case, the key question had to do with responsibility. → Read More

McClellan: Indian ball keeps players young at heart

Indian Ball game comes to a halt on St. Louis Community College-Meramec campus for lack of liability insurance. → Read More

McClellan: Man finds letters from history along with his past

Pat Ries is a barber, the proprietor of the Hair Shop on Forman Road in Affton. He is also a history buff, but his personal history — that is, his → Read More

McClellan: St. Louis felt good about itself in 1984

A court clerk's memo to her staff leads Bill down memory lane. → Read More

McClellan: Missouri prison saves some lives, takes others

Dog training and adoption program helps soften inmates' hearts. → Read More

McClellan: Financial plan for stadium like neither ham nor eggs

Why is the NFL praising a local stadium financing plan that isn't realistic? → Read More

McClellan is nostalgic for government by saloon keepers

St. Louis used to be run by local bar owners. → Read More

McClellan: One family against the Knights of Columbus

Plans to expand the Knights' hall would put a parking lot 6 feet from the family's house. → Read More