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You have much love in your heart for this city. You defend her when others talk trash (and crime), and you support her with retail dollars and happy thoughts whenever possible. Sometimes you feel alone with all your good vibes and positivity, like the weight of the Arch is on your shoulders. Lighten your load and meet some likeminded city-lovers at GROUPHUG ST. LOUIS (, an art event presented by City Affair at STyLehouse (3159 Cherokee Street). At this exhibit opening/STL love fest, expect to really see and feel your neighbors’ appreciation and adoration for our fair city. Throughout the month of May, they've been going around hugging various buildings and landmarks and people, all in the city of St. Louis, and they've documented this love in photographs, which will be on display from 7 to 10 p.m. Drinks will be served along with the fondness, and admission is free.
Thu., June 2, 2011

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