Wednesday, March 22, 2023


St. Louis Carondelet History

Carondelet deserves more attention. It was an independent community until the 19th century when it was annexed to St. Louis. This history has given Carondelet its unique personality. Its stone houses have been...
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St. Louis Architecture Revived

The most important style of architecture in St. Louis is the least well-known. Although the Romanesque Revival style has produced some of the most stunning churches and mansions in the Gilded...
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Is May Day Still Celebrated in St. Louis?

To answer that question, we must ask another: Which May Day–the violet crowns-and-maypole dancing one, or the workers-marching-through-the-town-square-with-red flags one? Let’s begin with the springtime flower festival. These May flowers are...
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