Tag Archives: the Gateway Arch

St. Louis: Gateway to the West

Two generations after its founding St. Louis became central to the most ambitious, overland expedition in U.S. history. Its leaders were past military comrades with diverse talents that complemented each other brilliantly. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark left lasting impressions … Continue reading

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The Nation’s and The Lou’s Old Courthouse

Only a small percentage of the thousands of people who attend Fair St. Louis this week-end will visit the Old Courthouse. But they will be in for a great surprise – the rotunda splendidly draped with Stars and Stripes for … Continue reading

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Framing a Modern Masterpiece

Like many St. Louisans, I have been dreaming revisions to the St. Louis Riverfront downtown, since viewing the five finalist design proposals revealed on Tuesday morning beneath the Gateway Arch. All are beautifully rendered and well thought out, with individual … Continue reading

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Future Visions of the Downtown St. Louis Riverfront

After attending the Opening of the Public Exhibit: Framing a Modern Masterpiece sponsored by the National Park Service and CityArchRiver2015 at the Gateway Arch this morning, with my husband, designer Tom Kavanaugh – then giving a private Downtown Tour with … Continue reading

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