St. Louis Dumpster Watch: Tennessee Avenue and Winnebago Street

An ongoing investigation into St. Louis' enduring but endearing trashiness

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click to enlarge One man's trash is another man's....well OK, it's still just trash. - DANIEL HILL
DANIEL HILL
One man's trash is another man's....well OK, it's still just trash.

As part of an ongoing investigation into St. Louis' enduring but endearing trashiness, the RFT presents Dumpster Watch, an exhaustive look at our city's oft-neglected and ever-overflowing refuse receptacles.

Let's dive in:

Date and time: October 27, 4:25 p.m.
Location: Tennessee Avenue and Winnebago Street, Gravois Park
Percentage full: 150
Stench factor: 4 (out of 10)
Interesting detritus: one love seat (used), a ton of carpet padding, what appears to be a discarded replica of the True Cross

Got a St. Louis-based dumpster that's worth a watch? Send a photo and some stats to the RFT's Chief Dumpster Corespondent at [email protected] for a chance to see your garbage featured in the newspaper.

About The Author

Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill is editor at large for the Riverfront Times and he demands to be taken seriously, despite all evidence to the contrary. Follow him on Twitter at @rftmusic.
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