You are here

WCHOF In the News


Online Athens

An Insider's Guide to St. Louis
Online Athens
In St. Louis' patchwork of neighborhoods, some have evolved to be especially visitor-friendly. The best offer a variety of locally owned businesses, plenty of retail and local dining options. Explore these distinctive districts for an authentic and ...

Saturday, May 13, 2017 - 15:50


LubbockOnline.com

An Insider's Guide to St. Louis
LubbockOnline.com
In St. Louis' patchwork of neighborhoods, some have evolved to be especially visitor-friendly. The best offer a variety of locally owned businesses, plenty of retail and local dining options. Explore the following distinctive districts for an authentic ...

Friday, May 12, 2017 - 15:27


Spokane Journal of Business

Game Set Match: Looking for an ace
Spokane Journal of Business
The federation used a numerical rating systems devised by a man named Kenneth Harkness, to enable members to track their individual progress in terms of wins and losses, says the World Chess Hall of Fame. “The Harkness system was reasonably fair, but ...

Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 09:11


Crafts & Cocktails: Inspired Button Making
Webster Kirkwood Times
Crafts & Cocktails: Inspired Button Making. Meet The Imagery of Chess: Saint Louis Artists contributors Deborah Douglas, Jessica Baran, and Nathaniel Farrell on Wednesday, May 10, 6:30 p.m., at the World Chess Hall of Fame, 3rd floor, 4652 Maryland Ave.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 01:36


Forbes

How St. Louis Helped Kickstart An American Chess Renaissance
Forbes
In addition to outreach through the club, sitting right across the street from the club is the World Chess Hall of Fame, which serves not only as the home for the Hall of Fame, but also as a museum of chess. Although the Hall of Fame has been in ...

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 09:05


Forbes

How St. Louis Helped Kickstart An American Chess Renaissance
Forbes
In addition to outreach through the club, sitting right across the street from the club is the World Chess Hall of Fame, which serves not only as the home for the Hall of Fame, but also as a museum of chess. Although the Hall of Fame has been in ...

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 09:05


The Economist (blog)

How St Louis became America's chess capital
The Economist (blog)
In 2011 he helped bring the “World Chess Hall of Fame” (pictured) to St Louis. Its was set up, according to its website, “to educate visitors, fans, players and scholars by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the game of chess and its ...

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - 02:21


St. Louis Public Radio

On Chess: When your chess opponent wears a cape
St. Louis Public Radio
Now, the World Chess Hall of Fame's exhibit, "POW! Capturing Superheroes, Chess & Comics," on view through Sept. 17, offers a rare chance to enjoy the full scope of what happens when chess and comics join forces. Perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that ...

and more »
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 21:44


KBIA

On Chess: When your chess opponent wears a cape
KBIA
Now, the World Chess Hall of Fame's exhibit, "POW! Capturing Superheroes, Chess & Comics," on view through Sept. 17, offers a rare chance to enjoy the full scope of what happens when chess and comics join forces. Perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that ...

and more »
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 21:38


KBIA

Top Local News
KBIA
Ever since the first cartoonists joined text and images together to tell stories, they turned to chess to deliver funny gags and to illustrate metaphors of power, fate, and good and evil. Now, the World Chess Hall of Fame's exhibit, "POW! Capturing ...

and more »
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 17:26

Pages