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General St. Louis Information

Explore St. Louis
Sponsored by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission

The St. Louis Concert Web

St. Louis Citysearch

The Lowlife Guide to St. Louis
An edgier guide to the Lou



Gateway Arch
Ride in a little egg to the top! 
See animatronic Native Americans in the museum!

Anheuser-Busch Brewery
Great tour and free beer

Grant's Farm
Beware of the goats - they will chew on your shorts

St. Louis Zoo
One of the nation's best and free!

Six Flags St. Louis

Laclede's Landing
Cobblestone streets can be treacherous when you're drunk

Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises

Missouri Botanical Garden
Love that koi pond

Serra Sculpture
It's ugly

St. Louis Art Museum

National Bowling Hall of Fame

Forest Park

Union Station
No trains, just shopping - and fudge entertainment

Cahokia Mounds
Dioramas and dirt piles



Fair St. Louis
It's about Busch, brats, Boeing, and big bangs

St. Louis Book Festival
Come meet the St. Lou Haiku Authors here

Gypsy Caravan
Annual mega flea market


Places to work


Anheuser Busch




Ted Drewes Frozen Custard
Home of the famous concrete

Riddles Penultimate Cafe and Wine Bar
One of the area's best and funkiest restaurants

Where St. Louis couples go on their anniversaries

Casa Gallardo

Toasted Ravioli Recipe
Make your own deep-fried love nuggets

A supermarket chain that isn't afraid of the 
Yiddish connotations of its name


Trendy, fancy food

Crown Candy Kitchen
A slice of Americana remains in burned-out 
North St. Louis. Great malts!

Parkmoor - RIP
Funky retro diner fell so we could have yet another Walgreen's

Noah's Ark - RIP
Favorite 70s childhood restaurant, still standing, but not seaworthy

The Old Spaghetti Factory

Pasta House

Grone's Cafeteria - RIP
Now where do the seniors eat?

Crab Rangoon Recipe
We can't find this outside of St. Louis and we miss it.

Bevo Mill

Imo's Pizza
Thin crust, cut into square slices, orange provel cheese. Nirvana.

They still do curb service


Fritz's Frozen Custard
Some think this North County place beats Ted Drewes



St. Louis Cardinals
World Series 2004 Bound!

St. Louis Rams

St. Louis Blues

Arizona Cardinals
In case anyone still cares - they are still losers



Lambert International Airport




Where the rich folks live

North County
Where the rich folks don't live


The Hill
All the best Italian restaurants are here

University City Loop
Funky neighborhood for cafes, shopping, nightlife, Walk of Fame

St. Charles

Grand South Grand



The Muny
Summer theater in the park - with free seats

Mississippi Nights


Blueberry Hill
Great burgers, collection of kitsch, and live music

UMB Bank Pavilion
We liked it better when it was called Riverport 
(or, colloquially, "Rip-off-port")

Fox Theater

Wehrenberg Theaters
Ba buh ba ba buh ba buh ba buh buh baaa

Wrestling at the Chase - RIP
Low class wrestling in a high class hotel ballroom


Newspapers and Radio

The St. Louis Post Dispatch

The Riverfront Times

K-SHE 95
Real Rock Radio



Distinguished alums include Mary Ladd

Florissant Valley Community College




Bob Costas
Once on KMOX, he made fun of 13-year-old 
Julie Wiskirchen's poem for Rowdy Roddy Piper

Vincent Price

It's getting hot in here. So take off all your clothes.

Dick Gephardt

Raja the Elephant

Don Brown

Becky, Queen of Carpets
What ever happened to Wanda, Princess of Tile?

Jerry Berger
He elevated the language of gossip - Enjoy your retirement, Jerry.

Mel Carnahan - RIP
Even dead, he beat John Ashcroft

Mark Twain

Ozzie Smith

Kurt Warner
He may have been born again as a Giant, 
but lest we forget, he won us a Superbowl!



Plaza Frontenac
Saleswomen never acknowledge us when we try to shop here

Westfield ShoppingTown Northwest

Westport Plaza

Record Exchange

Vintage Vinyl

Vintage clothing wholesaler

Left Bank Books
The area's premiere independent bookstore



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