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SOLD a Pack Of Greeting Cards & A Throw Pillow on FineArtAmerica.com

I am pleased to announce I SOLD a pack of 25 Greeting Cards & a Throw Pillow of Gargoyle Lion 3 to a buyer from Cooper City, FL on FinArtAmerica.com! 46 more words

PHOTOS: Police Search For South County US Bank Robbery Suspect

OAKVILLE, Mo. (KMOX) – St. Louis County Police have released surveillance photos of an at large robbery suspect from a incident Saturday, September 25.

A white male approximately 5’08” to 5’11” tall, wearing a Cardinals baseball cap, long-sleeved t-shirt and light colored pants entered the US Bank, located inside the Schnucks at 5519 Oakville Shopping Center, around 3:15 p.m. 147 more words

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Back on Track

We all sat there, pissed off and cold, waiting to see what tomorrow would bring us. This was the farthest thing from fun, and I had had it. 571 more words

Justice in STL Resources

Last year, I compiled a list of resources for Jesuit Volunteers on racial equality here. It is interesting to look back on what I referred people to, and the snapshot in my thinking on racial justice at the time. 716 more words

Racism

Thornhill Estate at Faust Park: This Photography Lover's Best Kept Secret

If you like photography—whether you’re an amateur or seasoned professional—you likely have a favorite spot or two for whipping out your camera whenever you get the chance.  1,090 more words

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Dexy Goes West, Part Twelve: The Best Part About St. Louis

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Tim and I began our Sunday with brunch at a trendy little café called MoKaBe’s Coffeehouse. We opted for the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet where the food was good, plentiful and provided enough strips of bacon to wallpaper the room (Mmmm…bacon wallpaper…). 1,057 more words

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