The longtime newspaperman was also a member of the board of directors of the National Newspaper Association.
The features reporter passed away after a four-year cancer battle.
He joined the Post-Dispatch in 2002, and passed away after a short bout with cancer.
She was the widow of newspaper entrepreneur B. Carmage Walls.
He was at the New York City paper for 50 years.
He served in Vietnam, covered the Kent State shootings, and taught at George Washington University.
He was awarded the Pulitzer in 1987 for his book reviews.
He worked at Time and Life magazines before joining The Times in 1965.
He was a Star Tribune reporter in the 1980s, and again in recent years.
He played a huge part in defining cultural coverage at the newspaper.
"This is going to be a great loss," said a colleague. "He was a really hard worker. He won't be replaced easily."
He was also a three-time Pulitzer nominee during his reporting years.
He covered business and New York politics over 24 years as a reporter.