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A Peek at My Life

It has sadly been a very, very long time since I last shared my life with you. But as for today, I have decided to give a once in a life time peek into my academic life. 955 more words

The Captivating Misfit

All of the Lights: Garden Glow

Last Saturday, I went to the Missouri Botanical Gardens’ second annual Garden Glow! I didn’t know that it was a thing until I saw my school selling tickets for it this year (unfortunately they sold out). 478 more words

Photography

Ferguson timeline documents a community's outrage

(CNN) — Ferguson, Missouri will have to be patient.

The grand jury that is to decide whether or not officer Darren Wilson should be indicted for the shooting of Michael Brown is reconvening on Monday. 607 more words

News

Cake 225—Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing (25 cakes left)

Today’s cake marks another location along the North Riverfront Trail. This was one of the most difficult cakes to find, and it would have been immensely easier to walk or bike the trail to this cake. 281 more words

St. Louis

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Standing in a room with 50 other red-eyed and battered St. Louisans, singing to praise God, is the purest love I have ever, or will ever, know. 29 more words

Tough Afternoon for the Sens

Ottawa Senators Tough Loss

Did not have a chance to watch the game the other day, but hearing about how close the Ottawa Senators came to beating the streaking St.Louis Blues right now is very disappointing. 44 more words

Blues

Laclede's Landing: Where the City Began

CAKE # 33: LACLEDE’S LANDING

At 710 N. 2nd Street, between the Gateway Arch and Eads Bridge. The cake is suspended above the entrance, so you need to look up. 131 more words

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