What's up with the Wicked wallpaper at stltoday?
Not sure whether we'll also ask 'em about their apparent newfound admiration for their little-sister paper, the Quincy Herald Whig, though. No offense intended to young Cheyenne, but you gotta wonder how desperate the Metro editor was to fill a 30-inch hole with...what? (We'd link to the original story in the Herald Whig, but that august Lee Enterprises publication doesn't offer free online content. The nerve!)
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