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ATTN: Growing Up in St. Louis County

Over the weekend ATTN ran a story about my experiences with racism growing up in North St. Louis County in Florissant, Mo., not far from Ferguson. 336 more words

The Snob

Florissant Florists Decorate White House for Christmas

FLORISSANT, Mo. (KMOX) - A mother-daughter duo of St. Louis area florists can say they’ve done something few others have.

Kim Brannan tells KMOX she and daughter, Jenny Thomasson, were chosen to decorate the White House for Christmas. 377 more words


Dana Loesch: Parents 'livid' that high schools participated in #HandsUpWalkOut protests

As Twitchy reported, schools and businesses were encouraged to take part in the nationwide #HandsUpWalkOut protest Monday. Social media posts suggest that the “strike” was hugely popular on some college campuses, such as Smith College, Brandeis, and Yale. 610 more words


Ferguson Businesses Near $500K Raised for Repairs

Bakery Saved Thanks to Donors
Natalie’s cake shop was damaged during the protests.


8,164 donors in 6 days – Saint Louis, MO

Community Rallies for Small Market… 246 more words

Don Lichterman

Another social justice standoff on W. Florissant in Ferguson; National Guard on scene [Vine]

As Twitchy reported yesterday, the Walgreens drug store on S. Florissant Avenue in Ferguson was the scene of heavy fire and looting last night. The “Burn It Down” crowd got their way. 339 more words


MO - Florissant boy Avery Gales, 13, reported missing, believed to have joined protesters in Ferguson : News

ST. LOUIS COUNTY • St. Louis County Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a 13-year-old boy from Florissant who they believe has run away to join protesters in Ferguson. 38 more words


Cake 196—Taille de Noyer (54 cakes left)

Taille de Noyer is located in Florissant, Missouri on the campus of McCluer High School, and it houses the Florissant Valley Historical Society. According to the historical society’s website, Taille de Noyer is an antebellum home whose oldest log cabin part dates back to 1790. 198 more words

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