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4 St. Louis Attractions Opening for the Season in May

Are your kids getting antsy for some summer fun? Put the homework aside and check out these St. Louis attractions opening in May for their upcoming seasons! 1. OMNIMAX® Theater at the Saint Louis Science Center When the humidity strikes in sweet summertime, catch a flick indoors at the OMNIMAX® Theater at the Saint Louis

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How Baseball Unites St. Louis

When the St. Louis Cardinals play, our city celebrates. As St. Louis warms up to a beautiful 75°, downtown floods with foot traffic, and our beloved Birds flock to the field once again, you know it’s officially baseball season. The St. Louis Cardinals kicked off their 138th season at Busch Stadium facing off against the

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My Day Trip to Meramec Caverns

Follow along with our touristy team member, Lauren, who took a recent day trip to Meramec Caverns and went exploring! After a long, snowy winter, the sun finally decided to come out to play making for a beautiful spring day in the Lou. The temperature climbed up to a mild 60°, perfect for exploring outdoors…or

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45+ Places in St. Louis to Support for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday has the tendency to sneak up on us. After the most overwhelming, over-shopped Friday of the year leaves us drained and dragging, the last thing on our to-do list involves waking up to spend more money, again. But Small Business Saturday gives us the opportunity to frequent local businesses like restaurants, shops,

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Bloom Café

Until I walked into Bloom Café for lunch today, I never thought I’d have my hands wrapped around this warm, caffeinated cup filled with the distinct flavors of fall. Yes, I’m talking about pumpkin spice. Personally, I’m more of a peppermint mocha kind-of-person. The perpetual pumpkin spice obsession that plagues us every autumn never did

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The Goal of the Game at the World Chess Hall of Fame

Tucked into the hustle and bustle of the Central West End in St. Louis is the World Chess Hall of Fame, a non-profit that honors the ancient art of chess by recognizing players, hosting themed workshops and encouraging the next generation to participate in the tradition.  Let’s face it: the language of chess isn’t often

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Views from the Top of the Gateway Arch

“So, you’re telling me we’re going to peek out of those teeny tiny windows at the very top? And what are these ‘trams’ you keep talking about?!” my out-of-town friend inquired as we squinted in the sunlight with our heads tilted back to see the Gateway Arch. Even with the slight panic in her tone,

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The Mud House on Cherokee Street

“How does everything taste?” my bearded and bespectacled server at The Mud House asked. “Mmh, duhlishush” I mumbled back to him through a mouthful of egg, cheese and ham sandwich. Do all servers have such impeccable timing, or is that just my luck? He smiled warmly back at me before grabbing my empty soup cup

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The Life of a Local

Discover how one St. Louisan is living the life of a local, inspired by the charm of a city she now calls home: Ten years ago, I relocated to St. Louis from the Chicagoland area with my family. I was born and raised in the southwest suburbs of the Windy City; so needless to say,

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