I saw an OFO bike at Target in Brentwood last night. I have to say compared to other cities where I have spent time that have bike share we seem to have a lot more people using them. The other cities where I used them (Nashville, St. Petersburg, FL) were a bit more expensive if I recall. I want to s...
I wonder if Amazon will drop Atlanta off their list of 20 due to Georgia politicians attempting to punish Delta for discontinuing discounts for NRA members?
Not a fan of cider but I do love that building
^Good to hear, it's incredible how much Tower Grove Avenue has transformed in the past few years. I lived on Shaw by the Botanical Garden from 2002-2007 and at that time that stretch from Shaw to Vandeventer had only one functioning business that I was aware of--an old hardware store that eventually...
I could see the Downtown West-Midtown Alley area becoming similar to Crossroads in Kansas City. Another formerly industrial space that is a similar distance to their downtown.
What about South Broadway/Carondelet-Patch neighborhood?

I think there was an article in the RFT a few months ago where they specifically mentioned trying to be the next Grove
More new breweries open across the area--including one in either Old North or North Broadway Blues make it to finals--Cardinals go deep into the playoffs STL murder numbers stabilize, but no big drop from 2017. Other Midwestern cities see big spikes. Amazon holds it's cards close to it's vest all ye...
The original plans were for one small retail space (smallish restaurant or cafe) however due to traffic, parking, and restaurant saturation in the neighborhood it was decided to use that area to expand the resident's common space. There is a separate development proposed for the 1000 block of Russel...
^Yep, and I guess Atlanta is out now too after last night huh?
I know it's the "St. Louis thing" to think it's so much worse here but the national news this morning shows the unrest in....Atlanta. And a few months ago it was May Day in Portland that saw protests go violent with the mayor proclaiming it was becoming a pattern of peaceful protests ruined by a few...
See, that's the question Protests have been 99% non-violent. I applause the organizers. Yes, windows broken, etc. While I'd be super pissed if someone put a rock thru my window -- the weekend has turned out as best as could've hoped. For the larger issues -- what is the end game? Cops will most ass...
^Way to fear monger from afar there dude
Only absentees in now but it's Krewson 71% Jones 14%, Rice 11% Where do you live in the city that you see ANY Trump stickers? This city has it right on that con artist, he only got 15% of the city vote last fall and as long as the Republican Party stands behind him any mayoral candidate with an R wi...
^^No
Not significantly. Just like if Ben Carson were the GOP Presidential nominee he wouldn't get much more of the AA vote nationwide.
"Republican leaning voters are freed up to vote for a Republican instead of the least worst Democrat. Andrew Jones also receives a decent portion of the black vote based solely on skin color. Andrew Jones squeaks out a win with 38% of the vote thereby becoming St. Louis' first Republican mayor since...
I figured Reed was an afterthought this year. I thought French would do better than he is. He really seemed to fade as Jones surged.
Yeah usually our mayoral elections have been pretty predictable. As I moved to the city in 2002 Slay is the only mayor I've known as a resident. Not sure if Bosley winning as the first African-American mayor in 93 was an upset, I was at Mizzou then. I remember 4 years later Harmon beating him and it...
Jones really did pull away from the pack in the last days though.
From what I understand the 15% remaining is pretty much all Krewson's ward.
^^My map looks pretty similar--only I give Clinton a slight edge in Ohio and I think McMullin takes Utah (which would be the first time since 1968 an Independent candidate won a state). I also think the Dems take all districts in Maine for 352 Clinton, 180 Trump, 6 for McMullin Popular vote break do...
There were no homicides in the city between Dec. 19 and Jan. 8.

Almost three weeks with no murders.
Easily thankful for the neighborhoods, overall housing stock and parks. I've never seen a city compare with our parks, ok, maybe DC and NYC, but that's it. Absolutely agree! You simply don't find jewels like Forest Park and Tower Grove Park in most American cities. When I was considering relocating...
Good luck Lee Harvey

I hope you find that 1956 Alabama you're looking for.
^^Yeah, college is for "losers" :roll:
^I have no idea what you're talking about.