by Debbie Monterrey

St. Louis has a plethora of amazing, historic buildings. Incredible architecture. Gorgeous brick. Fantastic history. It is a plus, a win, a thing that sets us apart from many other cities in the United States.

The Landmarks Association of St. Louis has been working for more than half a century to preserve these buildings and teach people about architecture and the value of these amazing structures.

On October 22nd, Landmarks is having a Halloween party, Mayhem at the Mansion, at the Magic Chef Mansion. It’s one of the largest single family homes in St. Louis City and a fabulous place for a swanky gathering. Consider joining us! (I’m not sure yet if I’m dressing up in costume, but I will be there).

To hear more about Landmarks and the progress going on in the City right now, check out my KMOX Profile interview with Executive Director Andrew Weil.

To purchase tickets for Mayhem at the Mansion, click here.

Magic Chef Mansion on Russell, built 1908

Magic Chef Mansion on Russell, built 1908

In full disclosure, I am a member of the Landmarks Association.

In the late 1980s, I lived in the Central West End while interning at KSDK. I fell in love with St. Louis’ brick, stained glass and old buildings. It’s what made me determined to some day make it back here.

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