Not For Glory, But Love of The Arts & St. Louis--The KranzbergsThey've invested more than $20-million in Grand Center. Their generosity has transformed our Arts District, but Ken and Nancy Kranzberg are more interested in the arts and helping St. Louis than getting attention.
Embrace Landmarks (And Join Me For a Fun Party)Join me at Landmarks Association of St. Louis' Halloween party, Mayhem at the Mansion! And check out my KMOX Profile with Landmarks' Andrew Weil.
Redevelopment Projects Surge in St. Louis NeighborhoodsThere are definitely winners and losers in the construction game, but some neighborhoods are seeing an incredible rate of revival.
The Mansions of Compton Heights and Compton HillTen gorgeous turn of the (last) century mansions are part of the Compton Heights and Compton Hill House Tour, May 21-22.
Desloge Hospital & Chapel Face Uncertain FutureSLU Hospital owner SSM Health has made no decision on the properties
Saving St. Louis, One Building At A TimeThe city's preservationists are an optimistic lot, seeing the beauty where others see a demolition. Congratulations to the winners of the Most Enhanced Awards! See what's happening...
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, May 13th - Author Curtis Sittenfeld; Lawrence Group CEO Steve Smith; Landmarks' Andrew WeilCharlie and Debbie with Steve Smith and Andrew Weil on st. Louis' Most Enhanced Aware Ceremony and the Sun Theatre; and Charlie with Curtis Sittenfeld, author of "Sisterland".
Mayor Slay, Preservationists Oppose Demolition of Shenandoah ElementaryMayor Slay is urging the district to consider allowing a charter school access to the two buildings. In a letter to school board president Rick Sullivan, Slay called the buildings "civic assets."
It's Now or Never for Vacant Cupples 7 BuildingWith the issuance of a demolition permit pending, St. Louis Mayor Slay says if there's a developer out there -- "this is the last moment."
TIAM: Red Light Cameras, To Buy Or Not To Buy & Historic Tax CreditsNew numbers of red light cameras. Getting answers to tough fiscal questions. Historic tax credits and the city of St. Louis.