Sledding, Snowboarding and laughter at Art Hill in Forest Park St. Louis

I visited Art Hill at Forest Park Forever on Sunday February 4, 2022 and tried to capture some highlights with people snowboarding and sledding. I have never heard so much laughter which was so comforting. I talked to a few people during my visit and they all were pumped up. Elishia, a young kid, said …

Sledding Tradition on Art Hill in Forest Park Forever, St. Louis

Sledding and snowboarding on Art Hill at Forest Park Forever is tradition for the St. Louis people, one of the only things that has remained constant during Covid-19 restrictions and closures. McDonald’s even shut down a 24-hour store while Art Hill is in full swing and looking more like a party.

The Fabulous Fox Fully Opens for 2022 featuring THE PROM Musical

The Fabulous Fox Theatre is now showing Broadway’s hit musical comedy, THE PROM, one of six shows which is part of the U. S. Bank Broadway Series. Today you could see hundreds of people walking down Grand making their way to The Fabulous Fox Theatre. I am happy to say, it’s starting to look like …

Hotel & Apartments, 777 Olive Street, Downtown St. Louis

The 17-story Chemical Building, at 777 Olive Street, was sold to Campo Architects for $5 million. This is the same building where Kessler Mroz Jewelry resides, on the ground floor. Campo is known to take buildings like the Chemical Building and build a mix of apartments and hotel rooms on the upper floors and retail …

Model Chi Anderson Nails It During Photoshoot in St. Louis

Model Chi Anderson nailed every pose during a professional fashion photoshoot by Photographer Church at Church Productions Studio. Chi and Church collaborated with Stephany Smith along with her beautiful designs on Sunday, January 15, 2022. It lasted about three hours but it seemed a lot less since everyone was having so much fun. Church was …

Dr Martin Luther King Jr. ‘I Have a Dream’ 1963 Washington D.C.

Celebrating Black History Month Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on August 28, 1963 began his 17-minute speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial during the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. He departed from his prepared text, possibly at the prompting of Mahalia Jackson, who shouted behind him, “Tell them about the dream!” …