Supporters of the Loop Trolley announce plans for a ground-breaking, just as opponents announce they have a date in federal court they hope will stop the project.
Event marked 100 days since shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
Joe Edwards calls it pretty typical with projects of this magnitude.
The Delmar Loop is about a week away from getting a grocery store, a 24-hour peacock-themed diner by Joe Edwards and more apartments as part of an $80 million Washington University development.
You are invited to an open house to learn more about the Loop Trolley
The district already offering unique restaurants, nightspots, stores and office space will also be able to offer the latest in high-speed internet technology.
The business owners expressed concern about customer access to their businesses while the construction is underway.
Join us for the next stop of the tour on Tuesday, July 15th from 12 – 2 PM in the Delmar Loop.
The $43 million Loop Trolley project has received the final go-ahead.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, April 17th – 65th Anniv. of St. Louis Exorcism; Blueberry Hill’s Joe Edwards; Fontbonne Univ.’s Prof. Deanna Jent
Charlie talks with Writer Jeannette Cooperman about the STL Exorcism; with Blueberry Hill’s Joe Edwards about the 5th anniv. of the Moonrise Hotel in the Delmar Loop; and with Fontbone Univ.’s Professor Deanna Jent about her play, “Falling”, the story of parents raising an adult son with severe autism.