Mini-Floods

Mini-Flood 49: The Grandel

Mini-Flood 49: The Grandel

  photo by Allen Casey The Grandel is a historic church theatre that has seen important performances cross its stage since 1989, when it was purchased by Grand Center, Inc. Most recently, the theatre was host to the St. Louis Black Repertory. In 2016, the Grandel was sold to...

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Mini-Flood 48: Weldon Spring Site

photo by Jason Gray Ever been to a nuclear waste containment cell? Here is your chance! The Weldon Spring Site is at once terrifying and beautiful, a testament to both the destructive power of mankind and its capability to renew. Onsite is a Museum, the cell, and the surrounding Hamburg...

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Mini-Flood 47: Festival of Nations

photo by Sharon Keeler The Festival of Nations, sponsored by the International Institute of St. Louis, is an annual two-day event geared toward celebrating the diversity of the city and beyond. Held in Tower Grove Park, the Festival draws more than 125,000 to song and dance performances, cultural demonstrations,...

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Photo Floods

Photo Flood 56: Vandeventer

Photo Flood 56: Vandeventer

photo by Isaac Richardson Continuing our look at some locations in North St. Louis with grand ambitions, the Vandeventer neighborhood is next door to where the street’s namesake sought to invest his considerable fortune into the development of a lavish private place. Unfortunately, greedy money managers, pollution, the death...

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Photo Flood 55: Wells Goodfellow

photo by Ryan Stanley Wells Goodfellow is a northwest neighborhood that, along with Hamilton Heights, has seen better days. The Wellston Loop is located here, which was once a bustling commuter terminal. The commercial districts that once opened to clamoring shoppers are now mostly shuttered. Still, Wells Goodfellow has...

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Photo Flood 54: Gravois Park

photo by Ann Aurbach Oh, Gravois Park. It’s got a bad reputation that is largely deserved. But, it’s also got one of the most vibrant sections of the Cherokee Street Business District, and some of the best buildings in South City. Much like Dutchtown to the south, Gravois Park...

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