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Mini-Flood 66: Northside Trap Run

Mini-Flood 66: Northside Trap Run

photo by Ann Aurbach The Northside Trap Run is St. Louis’ first hip-hop themed 1 mile walk/5K run & festival aimed at empowering North St. Louis neighborhoods, and unifying grassroots, civic, educational, commercial and residential efforts to bridge the city’s north-south divide. Part of the mission of the Trap...

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Photo Flood 72: Tower Grove South

Photo Flood 72: Tower Grove South

photo by Sue Rakers Tower Grove South is one of the city’s most fashionable (and fast-changing) neighborhoods. Its health and vibrancy has been well documented, though as you go further south into the neighborhood, the dynamic changes, as do the demographics.   photo by Ann Aurbach

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Mini-Flood 65: Chariot Festival

Mini-Flood 65: Chariot Festival

photo by Joe Harrison The Chariot Festival in Tower Grove Park, is an event with a 5,000 year tradition, known as Ratha Yatra (very roughly, “chariot journey”). It involves a parade that begins with hundreds of people pulling a 36′ tall chariot carrying the form of Krishna. The Festival...

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Photo Flood 71: Boulevard Heights

Photo Flood 71: Boulevard Heights

photo by Ann Aurbach Boulevard Heights is a quiet southside neighborhood. Sort of a place for people from the suburbs, who want a taste of city life, or rather, a place for people from the city that want a taste of the suburbs. Nonetheless, it does possess some intriguing...

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Mini-Flood 64: Delmar Loop

Mini-Flood 64: Delmar Loop

photo by Annie Chartrand The Delmar Loop, or simply The Loop, is the colloquial label for the popular entertainment, shopping and dining district on Delmar Boulevard between Kingsland Avenue to the west and Rosedale Avenue about three-quarters of a mile to the east.  In 2007, the American Planning Association...

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Photo Flood 70: Kirkwood

Photo Flood 70: Kirkwood

photo by Ann Aurbach Kirkwood is a town proud of its rail heritage and history as one of the earliest suburbs west of the Mississippi. It is also a community that is sometimes criticized for its perceived exclusiveness (the median home sale price is $454,000 and diversity is lower...

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Mini-Flood 63: Market Street

Mini-Flood 63: Market Street

   photo by Dave Adams In 1812, a market containing 12 stalls opened on Rue de la Place, so the Americans starting calling it “the street where the market is”, and thus it eventually became Market Street. This virtual tour starts at historic Union Station (pictured above) on the...

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Photo Flood 69: King’s Oak

Photo Flood 69: King's Oak

photo by Allen Casey A small neighborhood in South St. Louis that was originally part of the Cheltenham community, King’s Oak is now home to Saint Louis University High School, Saint Louis Science Center, STL TV, light manufacturing, a dog park, and a small population of permanent residents. photo...

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Mini-Flood 62: Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing Celebration

Mini-Flood 62: Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing Celebration

photo by Dave Adams The Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing Celebration, an annual commemorative event now in its 16th year, is themed this year to recall the unfair treatment of minorities (both racial and ethnic) in the “Anthropology Village” of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (aka 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair)....

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Photo Flood 68: Skinker DeBaliviere

Photo Flood 68: Skinker DeBaliviere

photo by Joe Rakers Like the DeBaliviere Place neighborhood, Skinker DeBaliviere owes much of its existence (or at least its development) to the dedication of Forest Park and its hosting of the 1904 World’s Fair. The neighborhood sits right on the western edge of the city, directly against one...

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