First thing they should do is get Brown to open a signature location displaying all their brands. Scratch that first thing they should do is get Brown to rename themselves to Brown Shoe.
WOW is flying to India and St. Louis will be one of the US cities it will be offered from (With a stop in Iceland, obviously). Long flight but $199 each way promotion. https://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/18/05/r11711156/today-wow-air-announces-new-route-from-the-u-s-to-india-via-iceland They als...
Any word on the pilot base? Has allegiant ever done a study where their BLV passengers are coming from? New passengers or siphoning off from lambert? I know I’ve suggested this in the past but I really think connecting BLV to metrolink would be a game changer. Potential balloon for allegiant. How ma...
debaliviere wrote:
Thu May 10, 2018 9:15 am
It's great to see Grand Center continuing to tear down buildings for no apparent purpose.
SLU is soooooo good for Saint Louis :D :mrgreen: :twisted:
Would be awesome if one of the construction workers could take a 360 pic up there. Wonder how far you can see.
Lacledes Landing/North Broadway.

Wishful thinking, Baden/Carondelet.
Recently saw some guys working on the building/lights on/etc. Anyone know anything?
Do this. Put the rest of the money into lowering taxes. Problem solved.

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moorlander wrote:
Fri Apr 20, 2018 5:05 pm
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IDK why but this reminds me of 1980s England lol
DL has served ATL-ATH and ATL-TLV in the past. Both went away circa 2010/11. There are a few other marginal seasonal points like CPH, EDI, and GLA that are only served from JFK but not ATL. With the amount of O&D the NY market provides, it wouldn’t be viable to operate those from ATL requiring sign...
DL has served ATL-ATH and ATL-TLV in the past. Both went away circa 2010/11. There are a few other marginal seasonal points like CPH, EDI, and GLA that are only served from JFK but not ATL. With the amount of O&D the NY market provides, it wouldn’t be viable to operate those from ATL requiring sign...
10-intuition wrote:
Tue May 01, 2018 1:31 pm
I went to the Wingtips Lounge at T2.

Here is my experience at the lounge.

https://allwheelsforward.com/st-louis-l ... ce-review/
Thanks for the writeup. I'll probably never have reason to use it but a nice amenity for Southwest Connections.
Looking at the map, I can't help wondering if there's too much land devoted to golf. Don't get me wrong, I think it's great, and perhaps unique, having golf available in the central city, but could it perhaps be cut back a bit? 1) Reallllyyy though 2) I've heard they actually generate a lot of fund...
If they ever get around to these plans, I hope they might repurpose T1 as a TWA hotel.
Getting back to the original post here are some more villains I found from a 2009 article: The city of St. Louis isn’t known for making smart business deals with out-of-towners. Those of us ancient enough to date back professionally to the 1980s and ’90s are acutely aware of this. In that era: A fel...
Alternatively, the biggest St. Louis villain is the weather. I truly believe that majority of the region's slow growth issues are weather related. Americans do not like the cold. The fact that the south and the west continue to see the largest population gains proves it without a doubt. NYC, Phila,...
bwcrow1s wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:16 pm
Bernard Dickmann.
Reasoning? For destroying the riverfront?
I think posts in this thread should be restrained to individuals, and I think they should include the reasoning. Obviously Stan K needs no explanations but then again maybe he does. Not organizations, companies, and especially no vaguely associated hypothetical groups. Just my opinion of course. 2n...
Alternatively, the biggest St. Louis villain is the weather. I truly believe that majority of the region's slow growth issues are weather related. Americans do not like the cold. The fact that the south and the west continue to see the largest population gains proves it without a doubt. NYC, Phila,...
In the McKee topic there's some discussion of who was the worse St. Louis villain; Mckee or Kroenke? I know that Carl Icahn, dismantling and scrapping TWA, is another villain of Saint Louis' past. I was hoping we could compile a list Saint Louis' worst civic actors. During the railroads v steamboats...
TWA Hotel in NYC: https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2018/04/16/exclusive-first-look-inching-closer-launch-twa-hotel-unveils-room-design/512088002/ https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/2Mk55P80AntUtYs4GlwSMSZ21us=/0x0:2000x1333/1200x800/filters:focal(840x507:1160x827)/cdn.vox-cdn...
^If the pieces are really big and made of concrete, nobody is stealing them. I'm thinking a 30-foot-tall concrete bishop in the middle of an intersection. Forget about Slay Balls and Schoemehl Pots, let's get Rex Pieces as the new traffic calming devices. I was thinking actual playable pieces, or a...
In the spirit of St. Louis being the "Chess Capital of the World" I've always thought it would be a really cool city project to place giant statues of chess pieces in significant locations around town. Like the birthday cakes but permanent. If utilized correctly it could become a really cool placem...
moorlander wrote:
Fri Apr 13, 2018 2:53 pm
“I’ve encouraged my family, friends, and myself not to fly on Allegiant Air”



https://www.cbsnews.com/video/60-minute ... d=50434283
They should open a hub in St. Charles, perfect fit.
chriss752 wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:32 pm
RuskiSTL wrote:Does anyone know if preleasing has started on this?
Nope. I contacted MAC about a week ago and they said they wanted to start the pre-leasing process later this year.
Thanks.