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Photo Flood 127: The Patch

Photo Flood 127: The Patch

photo by Diana Linsley In the very southern tip of the City of St. Louis, lays a neighborhood that many from the region either overlook or don’t even know exists. Unfortunate circumstances for a neighborhood that was central to so much river industry for many years, including St. Louis’...

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Mini-Flood 87: Fort de Chartres State Historic Site

Mini-Flood 87: Fort de Chartres State Historic Site

photo by Mark McKeown Site of the original French Colonial fort and later occupied by the British, Fort de Chartres is today a faithful recreation of what European life in the Mississippi Valley was really like. photo by Sue Rakers

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Photo Flood 126: Collinsville

Photo Flood 126: Collinsville

Photographer Mike Matney Home to the world’s largest ketchup bottle, Collinsville straddles Madison and St. Clair counties in Illinois; Belleville lies to the south, Edwardsville to the north, and is only 15 miles from downtown St. Louis. The city has a population of 24,366 according to the last census....

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Mini-Flood 86: August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area

Mini-Flood 86: August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area

photo by Jim Harter August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area is a nearly 7,000-acre wildlife and recreation area that includes more than two dozen lakes/ponds, a firearm and archery range, miles of hiking trails and more. During World War II, some of the area was used by the military...

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Photo Flood 125: Granite City

Photo Flood 125: Granite City

photo by Jason Gray Granite City is the third largest city in Southern Illinois, and an important former company town responsible (in part) for the region’s and the nation’s industrial growth. photo by Mike Matney

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Photo Flood 124: St. Louis Hills

Photo Flood 124: St. Louis Hills

Photographer Jim Harter St. Louis Hills is located in southwestern St. Louis. The first time Photo Flood STL visited the neighborhood was in August 2014. The boundaries are Chippewa Street to the north and northwest, Gravois Avenue to the southeast, and the St. Louis county border to the southwest....

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Mini-Flood 84: St. Louis Fringe Festival

Mini-Flood 84: St. Louis Fringe Festival

photo by Robert Crowe STL Fringe Fest has been a primary outlet for independent and alternative stage productions since 2011. Following a national model, the Fringe Fest owes its name and spirit of programming to an event established in Scotland in 1947, to provide a platform for a variety...

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Mini Flood 83: Festival of Chariots

Mini Flood 83: Festival of Chariots

  Photographer Joe Harrison Chariot Festival This year’s Chariot Festival was held at Creve Coeur Memorial Park. The festival, known as Ratha Yatra involves a parade that begins with hundreds of people pulling a 36′ tall chariot carrying the form of Krishna. The festival was organized by the International...

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