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Betwixt the Mississippi & Missouri Rivers St. Louis, MO 63101 | St. Louis - Downtown |

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This fair city between the rivers, a metropolis in love with its World Fairs, its baseball team, and the elastic delicousness of Pro-vel cheese, is famous for beer, the strangely flattened accent of its denizens and a casual approach to dating.


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  • Gut Check: News of the World
    A linguistic study out of North Carolina State went all kinds of viral last week. Perhaps you saw it clogging up your Facebook feed? The study mapped out the different ways Americans refer...
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    The THF Realty Gateway Cup brings four days of cycling events to St. Louis neighborhoods, including the Tour de Lafayette through Lafayette Square on Friday, a Saturday ride in Francis Park,...
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    Sure, we need food and drink to live, but what is life without a pet? To help ensure financially stressed pet owners diagnosed with HIV/AIDS can continue to care for their companion animals,...
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    Tuck into as many $25 prix fixe three-course meals as possible at twenty different downtown eateries during the eighth annual Downtown Restaurant Week from Monday, August 20, to Sunday,...
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    Whether it’s brought about by a virus, nanobots or plan nine from outer space, there is little doubt that legions of the living dead will be upon us sooner or later. The rash of...
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    This Saturday everyone is invited to go balls-out in their protest of fossil fuels by participating in the area's fifth annual World Naked Bike Ride: St. Louis. Riders will gather at the...
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    Each year the Gateway to the West hosts a giant birthday party to celebrate America and its many freedoms -- such as our right to blow stuff up, rock out and eat regrettable foods in the...
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    St. Louis will no longer be marginalized -- this summer we get a breakthrough season Fringe Festival premiere of our very own! Here’s a partial list of brave performing artists that...
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    The average American back yard isn’t just for barbecues and honing your lawnmowing skills anymore. That humble patch of ground outside your kitchen window can feed you and your family...
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    If Dad doesn't already have golfing or beer-drinking plans for Father's Day, he might be interested in tackling the GO! St. Louis All-American 5K and Fun Run in downtown Kirkwood. If he's...
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    If we as a nation could find a way to harness the enthusiasm on display at the St. Louis Jaycee's All-American Soap Box Derby, the planet's energy crisis would be solved. Subtitled the...
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    While Ballpark Village still has a long way to go before it's the bustling district it's intended to be, this weekend it promises to be packed to the gills with fine dining and...
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    It seems everyone who's commuted by bicycle has a story of a close call or collision with a fast-moving car. Accidents are certainly scary, unfortunate things, and they could often be...
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    MOPRO, or the Missouri Professional Cycling Series, invades the Lou May 11 through 13. It all begins with the Loop de Loop race in -- where else? -- University City's Delmar Loop, followed...
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    William Shakespeare wrote The Tempest believing it would be his final play, and he drops some subtle references to the illusory magic of stagecraft amid his story of shipwrecks, mystical...
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    Wednesdays are tough. Sure, you're halfway through the week, but still two days away from the weekend and its promise of cocktails and temporary lack of responsibility. Start your weekend...
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    One of the best entrees into another culture isn’t watching a travel series on TV or reading an article in a magazine, but celebrating a special event with that country’s expats....
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    Since its creation in 2007, Record Store Day has become an internationally observed holiday, celebrating the cultural impact of a beloved endangered species: independent record stores....
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    St. Louis has more to offer culturally than Budweiser and Provel. If you need proof, the Downtown ArtWalk fills the streets with works of art (both edible and non) this Thursday, April 19,...
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    The bond between man and horse is a complex and emotional one. Yes, some might liken the creatures to living, breathing automobiles, but the relationship between a modern commuter and her...
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    Dear Mexican: I'm sad that there aren't more Mexicans here in the Detroit area. We're one of the few areas in the country that is predominately Catholic. We've welcomed wave after wave of...
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