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Local architect Dan Jay is conducting a thought experiment: What would the city of St. Louis look like if it regained a population of 500,000? .
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A company called Lyft tried to launch in St. Louis last week, but the Metropolitan Taxi Commission successfully argued for a temporary restraining order .
Correspondence to Gerald W. Dorn II, MD, Washington University Center for Pharmacogenomics, 660 S Euclid Ave, Campus Box 8220, St. Louis, MO 63110.
Alps Group LLC, a private equity firm based in Novato, California, purchased two apartment complexes in the Debaliviere Place neighborhood, near the Central West End, in early April.
It's spring, and you know what that means, Saint Louis. Not horribly violent storms, although there is that.
Sun Cafe wouldn't cause a second glance if it were in the Loop or Maplewood. It would look like just another cafe if it were along one of the avenues in the Central West End or even downtown.
Jared Nepute in the national tour of "American Idiot," coming to the Durham Performing Arts Center April 29-30.
St. Louis police chief says redistricting is working on KSDK.com: http://www.ksdk.com/story/news/crime/2014/04/23/chief-says-redistricting-is-working/8071869/ When St. Louis Metropolitan Police re-organized from nine districts to six in January, it was supposed to put more officers in trouble areas and reduce crime.
At the turn of the 20th century, standpipe water towers dotted urban landscapes across America, but today only seven remain - and St. Louis is home to three of them.
Charges have been filed against a man police say tried raping a woman in south St. Louis on Tuesday.
The company that designed the 42-floor Metropolitan Square building, at 211 N. Broadway in downtown St. Louis, is considering moving out of it.
Mayor Francis Slay with Tracy Boaz of the Missouri Department of Conservation, Ed Spevak of Saint Louis Zoo and Jim Miller from the Missouri Botanical Gardens.
Over the next few seasons you should see more monarch butterflies in St. Louis. That's because the city is making a commitment to help grow the population.
Fred Schwarz, a part-time resident of Santa Barbara, was the husband of Judy Crowell Schwarz and a beloved member of her extended Santa Barbara family.