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St. Louis Jewish Film Festival Returns in June

St. Louis Jewish Film Festival Returns in June

The popular Jewish film festival in St. Louis will be returning this year and will open on June 9th. With a selection of great films to choose from, this festival should offer people a great night out of the house while opening their eyes to what is possibly a new culture to them.

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St Louis Office Building to See Some Residential Conversion

St Louis Office Building to See Some Residential Conversion

The top floors of the Millennium Center office building in St. Louis are going to be converted into luxury residential space, which could be a killer condominium for an affluent St. Louis resident looking to have a more central home.

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Apartment complex sold for $13.5 million

Apartment complex sold for $13.5 million

The peach tree apartment complex in St. Louis was recently sold for a whopping $13.5 million. The buyer Mills properties have been known for its big business and now they have proved that they can have what they want. The complex consists of 156 units so it is a very large building.

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Shipping continues as the Mississippi River swells

Shipping continues as the Mississippi River swells

One of the main methods of transportation for the regions surrounding the Mississippi river is using the river to float items down stream. Fortunately, with the increase in rain in the last couple of days, the river has deepened considerably and many worries have been alleviated.

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The 2024 Olympics could possibly be coming to St Louis

The 2024 Olympics could possibly be coming to St Louis

St. Louis being home to the 2024 Olympics could be really good for the city. Although it may require a lot of money and work to be put into hosting the Olympics, I believe it could possibly be good for St. Louis. It should bring more attention to the city put it more on the map and with all the tourism from the Olympics; hopefully the city can become more financially secure.

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Among the most miserable cities in the nation

Among the most miserable cities in the nation

Forbes list of 20 most miserable cities included none other than St. Louis ranking in at number 12 on the list. Although this is definitely not something to be proud of, it definitely is an eye opener for St. Louis. It was marked a miserable city due to its high ranking in violent crime, unemployment, foreclosures, taxes and home prices.

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Mardi Gras in St Louis is a Safe Event

Mardi Gras in St Louis is a Safe Event

Mardi Gras was upon us and despite a recent police shooting the city of St. Louis say that this years event is safer then ever. A spokesman who runs he event says that this shooting is the first of its kind in the 34 years old annual event.

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St Louis Chorus Turns Cinematic

St Louis Chorus Turns Cinematic

As world famous movie director Quentin Tarantino said, “music and movies go hand in hand”. Which is certainly seems to be the truth as St. Louis Chamber Chorus has a special focus in mind for their upcoming performances. Their aim is two different movies.

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New Rec Center in St. Louis

New Rec Center in St. Louis

After some time of politicking and constructing the St. Louis area finally has a new recreation center. I know it sounds like a cliché but rec centers do help keep kids off of the streets and help regular citizens stay healthy. These types of places can only benefit a community, not hurt it so we should consider building more of these locations.

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Dinner and a Movie in the Same Place?

Dinner and a Movie in the Same Place?

Many St. Louis theaters are taking to heart the saying “dinner and a movie” as they are opening new locations, which offer precisely that; a meal paired with a film. This seems quite convenient for all you love birds as you only have to go to one location for a complete date night.

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Rams a Long Shot to Win Super Bowl XLVIII

Rams a Long Shot to Win Super Bowl XLVIII

The St. Louis Rams, although not making it to the Super Bowl this year, should be viewed as a success. Rams fans were definitely not let down this season, being that the Rams proved to be a legitimate contender this season. I suggest you celebrate St. Louis, and hope for even better progress next season.

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St. Louis' New Luxurious Theater

St. Louis' New Luxurious Theater

MX Theater in St. Louis will finally open its doors. It's been a long time coming, but it looks as though it's finally here. The owner of the new MX Theater says this location is going to be more of a luxury location when compared to most of its competition.

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Colin White to the Blues

Colin White to the Blues

The St. Louis Blues have just signed veteran Colin White to reinforce their defense. He’s been playing in the league for 12 years already and has 797 career games under his belt with an impressive 114 playoff appearances. As one of the most experienced in the league, it's hard to determine whether his addition to the Blues will be beneficial or sacrificial.

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St. Louis Keeps Its Microsoft Store

St. Louis Keeps Its Microsoft Store

If you roamed enough malls this last holiday season you may have seen one or two of the temporary official Microsoft Stores which had opened up. Well it turns out not all of these were temporary and St. Louis is the proud home of one of the only 6 that are remaining as permanent establishments.

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St. Louis Ranked #23 in Drunkest Cities Of 2012

St. Louis Ranked #23 in Drunkest Cities Of 2012

St. Louis just barely makes it onto The Daily Beast's list of the top 25 Drunkest Cities 2012. While it is not number one (I'm not sure who actually wants to be number one in this case) St. Louis did earn itself a cozy spot at number 23, and I'm sure the population will be willing to drink to that.

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Brightside Demonstration Garden Giving St. Louis Green Lessons

Brightside Demonstration Garden Giving St. Louis Green Lessons

The Brightside demonstration garden of St. Louis is nearing completion. While providing a pleasant space for the public to enjoy the garden was constructed with the intent to teach about environmentally friendly and sustainable methods for growing a green garden.

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Soulful Jazz Brunch Raises Education Funds in St. Louis

Soulful Jazz Brunch Raises Education Funds in St. Louis

The NAACP St. Louis County Branch held what they call a "Soulful Jazz Brunch" extravaganza to raise funds to support education fund for local and national programs. Some came for the music, and some for the vendors, and hopefully the silent auction gathered the funds it needed to do well. Read More

Music to Make Waves in St Louis Film Festival

Music to Make Waves in St Louis Film Festival

The 10-day 21st annual St. Louis International Film Festival is set to kick off on November 8th and bring with it a surprising blend of music and musically oriented films including “The Sapphires,” an intriguing work from Australia.

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St. Louis Lobster Look Update

St. Louis Lobster Look Update

Red Lobsters across St. Louis have reopened their doors with a brand new New England Coast style. Boasting a modern look, the renovations have already begun attracting droves of hungry diners. Despite discarding their bucket-o-chum theme, the menu remains packed full of delicious fish dishes.

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Whiskey in the Winter is Coming

Whiskey in the Winter is Coming

The whiskey will flow this December 1st in St. Louis as the Whiskey in Winter festival kicks off with over 150 featured whiskies in line for a grand tasting event. Recruiting local mixologists from all around the area, the event is expected to be a resounding success and to attract whiskey connoisseurs from near and far.

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The Westin St. Louis

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Omni Majestic Hotel

from 107.10 USD *

HotelLumiere

from 116.10 USD *

Moonrise Hotel

from 152.00 USD *

Chase Park Plaza

from 175.20 USD *

The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis

from 319.00 USD *
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