Tag Archives: Carondelet

The Lou’s South Side Deutsche

No immigrant group has more greatly impacted St. Louis than the Germans – from population to architecture, commerce to culture – they have been a powerhouse from the early-mid 19th century to the present. The Head House of Union Station … Continue reading

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Summer-Street Fests-St. Louis

Street fairs or festivals (known more commonly today as fests), where neighbors gather at crossroads to exchange goods, to socialize and to celebrate¬†– date to the Middle Ages and even earlier. I was intrigued, Sunday at Iron Barley’s Tomatofest (one … Continue reading

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