The Post-Dispatch's fourth Weatherbird artist, Amadee Wohlschlaeger began his tenure in 1932 and illustrated the bird for almost 50 years. To the public, Wohlschlaeger was better known simply as Amadee, since he had a difficult to spell last name. Amadee is credited with modifying the Bird's bill, and, just as his predecessor S. Carlisle Martin, was accused of making the Bird look more like a frog. His birds also are recognizable by their loud sports coats and cigars. Amadee retired from the Post-Dispatch in 1981.
Album ID: 1373023
At Home with Angela Binch
Angela Binch worked with her aunt to spice up her plain white, cookie-cutter condo in Brentwood.
Album ID: 1359651
Photos by Sid Hastings for the Post-Dispatch
Weatherbird's take on the postseason Cardinals
The Weatherbird offers his take on each day's news, which lately has included the Cardinals. Here's a look at those postseason drawings.
Album ID: 1341652
Photos by Weatherbird drawings by Dan Martin
Balloon floats from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
A high-kicking Kung Fu Panda and a diary-toting Wimpy Kid joined the giant balloon lineup as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade unfolded Thursday, drawing tens of thousands of spectators to the annual extravaganza on a chilly, overcast morning.
Album ID: 1123814
Photos by wire services
Our Own Oddities
Original panels from the Our Own Oddities Sunday Comic by Ralph Graczak.
Album ID: 753505
Photos by Post-Dispatch Photo Editor
Album ID: 157573
Photos by RJ Matson Cartoons
Album ID: 157575
Photos by Mound City Cartoons
Mound City by Dan Martin
Check out Dan Martin's weekly cartoon feature Mound City.
Album ID: 238493
Photos by Dan Martin
PUNCHLINE! by R.J. Matson
The popular Post-Dispatch cartoon caption contest.