East St. Louis, Illinois, doesn't appear in many architectural guidebooks, but it should. Located just across the river from downtown St. Louis, the city boasts some of the most interesting architecture in the whole region. While much of the city's building stock has fallen victim to neglect and dem ... More >>
The Cinderella Building proudly sits in the middle of the booming Cherokee Street shopping district just west of Jefferson Avenue. It is easily one of the largest buildings around and continues to host a variety of businesses on its first floor. Continuously occupied since its construction, the once ... More >>
Sitting high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, Bellefontaine Cemetery's Millionaires' Row is home to the city's greatest collection of grand neoclassical mausoleums graced with names that read like a who's who of prominent nineteenth-century St. Louis industrialists: Brown, Mallinckrodt, ... More >>
Maybe itís time to revisit Steve Stogelís redevelopment plan for the Old Post Office downtown
In St. Louis, the "A" is for "ambition"
Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
The St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase unspools this weekend
Emily Pulitzer's gift to St. Louis has arrived in a concrete box. Hidden inside: the portrait of a woman who changed the city.
While you're downtown to see the Cards this summer, try something besides a ballpark dog
Center of Contemporary Arts, through March 10