To follow up on Steve's post about the new issue of St. Louis Magazine and the article therein about STL's "creative class," here's a link to the web version of the story (whose name, in my house we wondered about the kosher-ivity of, as that's the name of Richard Florida's book? but I digress):
The Rise of the Creative Class, by Lynnda Greene
Like Steve, I was unfortunately misidentified, as being both the co-founder of Where Magazine (which celebrates its 40th anniversary in St. Louis this year, far outpacing my own chronology) and as being a St. Louis native who lived in Chicago. Though I love the place now that I'm here, and find Chicago delightful, neither one is true.
Unlike Steve, my comments all ended up on the cutting-room floor, I guess...or the web version thereof. The link jumps to a longer version of the article, but I don't see the interview transcripts promised on the mag's contents page.
UPDATE: Jeannette Batz Cooperman, the editor of St. Louis Magazine, tells me the web version has been corrected and interview transcripts are forthcoming soon. Good for them!