Dennis Dillon is a retired sportswriter and editor who worked 12 years at the St. Louis Globe-Democrat and 26 years at The Sporting News. Two of his stories received honorable mention in the Best American Sports Writing anthology. He also has written for SI.com and ESPN. In 2011, he received the Bob Broeg Award, presented by the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame (St. Louis Chapter) for entertainment, integrity, and professional devotion to the game of football. He is a native of Kansas City, Missouri, and a longtime St. Louisan.
We explore the Lost Treasures of St. Louis, a comprehensive book showcasing unique historical sites, memorable events, and objects related to the city's rich history. Our special guest, Dennis Dillon, a retired sports writer and co-author of the book, reveals intriguing
Every year dozens of local authors release a wide range of books on topics that are close at hand and deep in their imaginations. Either way, a book is a journey that begins with the flip of the first page.
There are about 415 St. Louis area restaurants, entertainment venues, stores and more highlighted in the second edition of Lost Treasures of St. Louis. Among other gone-but-not-forgotten entries, the coffee table book features the Floating McDonalds, St. Louis Arena and