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Amid recall effort, St. Louis County councilman accused of anti-Muslim views; he calls them lies

For some, politics doesn’t end at the grave. An effort to oust St. Louis County Councilman Ernie Trakas has taken a pointed turn, with a former aide accusing him of being anti-Muslim and unfairly targeting a Bosnian cemetery. [...]

October 6, 2017 News

His father is a Washington University janitor. Now, this Bosnian refugee will study there.

There’s still a picture that floats around the house of Meris Saric as a toddler wearing an adult-size Washington University sweatshirt that he got from his dad. [...]

August 24, 2017 News

Lemmons by Grbic Is a New South City Classic

Growing up in St. Louis, the Grbic siblings — Senada, Erna and Ermin — were spoiled by home-cooked Bosnian cuisine, lovingly prepared by their mother. It wasn’t that she just knew how to cook well; every Saturday morning, she would [...]

July 26, 2017 News

Vedad Ibisevic: The Greatest Local Soccer Player You Don’t Hear Enough About

Vedad Ibisevic graduated from Roosevelt High School. That should qualify him, if not define him, as being from St. Louis. [...]

July 13, 2013 Articles, Bosnians in St. Louis

Bosnian Sebilj in The Heart of St. Louis

On January 30th, 2013, Mayor Francis G. Slay welcomed a ten-member delegation from the Bosnian community in his office at St. Louis City Hall. The delegation visited the mayor with the intention of presenting project “Sebilj” and inquiring about final [...]

February 12, 2013 Bosnians in St. Louis, News

Ibisevic #1 among the top five US stars who got away!

The MLS trade season has started to percolate, but today’s Postgame turns to Europe, where a pair of players with strong US ties made interesting news this past weekend. In the Russian Premier League, MLS alum Yura Movsisyan completed a $9.7 [...]

December 11, 2012 News

4,099 Bosnians naturalized in St. Louis in the past ten years

St. Louis – According to the newly released USCIS data numbers of Bosnians in St. Louis, the number of Bosnians who obtained legal permanent residency status (green card) and then U.S. citizenship is well under 10,000 during the past ten [...]

October 20, 2012 Bosnians in St. Louis, Resources, Statistics

MiM TV first Bosnian TV station in St. Louis

As of September 26, 2012 Bosnian community in St. Louis is richer for its first TV station, MiM TV. Registered through Missouri Secretary of State as a MiM Media, LLC, is a experimental project of a known St. Louis Bosnian [...]

September 26, 2012 History, Multimedia, News

War-crimes trial more than testimony for local man

Elvedin Pasic lives with his wife, Adina, and their two young children on a quiet street in south St. Louis County. He works as a produce manager at a Shop ‘n Save. [...]

September 16, 2012 Bosnians in St. Louis, News, Resources

A Qualitative Study of Bosnian Refugees in St. Louis

University of Missouri assistant professor Stephanie DiPietro is conducting a research about the adaptation experiences of Bosnian refugees in St. Louis and is inviting you to participate. The primary purposes of the study are to examine how Bosnian refugees’ migration and adaptation experiences have impacted [...]

September 11, 2012 Studies