The diner outside of Goodfield hasn’t changed much in the months since I last photographed it. Update: The diner has been demolished.
I realized that the American realist paper Joe Jones, the subject of an upcoming special exhibit organized by the Saint Louis Art Museum, painted the Tucker, or 12th Street, Tunnel back in 1932. See the…
Yesterday, on an on-line chat at the Post-Dispatch, Todd Waeltermann confirmed that Manchester Avenue between Kingshighway and Vandeventer is being reduced from four lanes to two. Due to the increased pedestrian activity, this is a…
A group of local preservationists and friends have launched Modern-STL, a new non-profit dedicated to protecting modernist architecture in St. Louis. Check it out, and join up if possible.
Wow, the old Pruitt-Igoe site is looking really lush this time of year! I can’t wait to see what exciting new development will be occurring on the site soon!
Invented, or at least popularized by the great 17th Century French architect François Mansart, the mansard roofs of inner neighborhoods represent some of the oldest remaining houses in the city.