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Weekly Photos 3/52. 2017

1. We went to Route 66 State Park this weekend and explored in the sunshine!

2. A naturally formed terrarium in an old bottle.

3. Yay for sunshine over the fields. 93 more words

Weekly Photos

Today: Eva Wiener

this morning (monday 23rd), 8.49-8.54am, on bbc radio 4
today (presented by sarah montague) includes …

Eva Wiener is a survivor of the liner St Louis, the famous ship that in 1939 carried over 900 Jewish passengers from Hamburg to Cuba, but was turned away by Cuba and the USA, and then most of Europe.”

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Monday Preservation Board: New Mosque in McKinley Hts

4 pm Monday, January 23, 2017
St. Louis Preservation Board
1520 Market (City Hall West), Room 2000

Full Agenda

BENTON PARK
2843 South 18th, 9th Ward (Owner: Roger A. 165 more words

St. Louis

1844 Map

From time to time I will take a look at some of the many historical maps of St. Louis, in order to get a broader view of the changing city and the infrastructure that helped to drive it. 382 more words

1844

The Baseball Hall of Huh?

This past week the Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 2017 class which includes Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez. Oh and by the way former commissioner Bud Selig will also go in this summer as elected by the “Today’s Game Era” committee. 811 more words

Sports

Ted Drewes Frozen Custard

Ted Drewes has been selling frozen custard for over 80 years. His attention to quality has set the standard for frozen custard in St. Louis. Throughout the years, Ted Drewes Frozen Custard has become a popular treat for St. 16 more words

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