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South Hampton Avenue and Side Streets, Princeton Heights

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I love the Modernist houses built after World War II in the southwestern corners of the City.

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But my, what a miserable urban environment, as traffic flies by on Hampton.

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The street might get plowed right away, but what is like to live along here?

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I love all of the manicured lawns, a sort of social contract for those that live down here. In my neighborhood, people have given up mowing their lawns.

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It’s an interesting mix of houses along here, from several decades.

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Also, I’m part of a panel discussion on Thursday, November 3rd at 6:30 PM for the opening night of the St. Louis International Film Festival, featuring Bill Streeter’s new documentary, St. Louis Brews, in which I appear. Tickets are available here.

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    • A lot of people in St. Louis don’t like trees, apparently. I saw a news story about it one time.

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