Friday I was talking to a neighbor on the 3600 block of Juniata (Say it with us: JOO-NEE-AT-UH) in Tower Grove Heights, and he told me that 3723 Juniata was the boyhood home of the celebrated Mayor and 15th Ward Alderman Alfonso J. Cervantes. Who knew? I’d been in his other place in the CWEContinue reading “OPEN HOUSE: Fit for a Mayor….”
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St. Louis City: We Need More Hoops!
In today’s Post, there was an article about how our City Park system ranks compared to the rest of the country. We did well. The article was on the proverbial back. Going through the analysis, it appears that we compete very effectively against the cities on the top of the list except for oneContinue reading “St. Louis City: We Need More Hoops!”
My first goal in life, like any self-respecting St. Louisan, was to get out of town. Born with a negative opinion of my hometown, I failed at my first and only goal just long enough to find out I was wrong. Living in St. Louis, it seemed that life would obviously be so much better elsewhere. I remember the first timeContinue reading “Background Negativity”