Fullerton’s Westminster Place: A neighborhood of St. Louis history in the heart of the CWE

After the years since Gen. Fullerton purchased land, Fullerton’s Westminster Place in the Central West End continues to be sought-after location in St. Louis. With a wide-ranging architectural landscape, as well as the various notable residents, such as the poet T.S. Eliot and Barbra O’Neil, who played Ellen O’Hara in Gone With the Wind, there are many reasons to learn about these significant sights.

It's A Jubilee!: Why You Need To Get To Know The Fast Rising Star That Is Japanese Breakfast

Michelle Zauner is showing the world how much she’s capable of as an artist, performer and writer. In 2021 she's released a debut memoir, their third studio album with self-directed music videos, a full-length instrumental soundtrack, and is performing a US, EU and UK tour. Either through song and dance or pen and paper, you’ll definitely be seeing more from this rising star.

Listen Up: Congratulations Podcast

“Oh, so you’re a rocket scientist,” and “Oh so you built a TV with twine and starburst?” Congratulations is D’Elia’s unapologetically humorous podcast where he speaks candidly about his life and what he observes from friends, fans, and touring the country. The episodes come out weekly and are about an hour long. He proudly never brings a guest on the show to maintain the illusion that it’s just you and him chillin’ and making each other laugh.

Cliffrose by Savannah King: Buffalo artist traveling and writing music from her van in Arizona

Savannah King’s new album Cliffrose features nine songs inspired by her travels in the Southwest and her experience living full time in her 1987 Ford Coachman since 2016. King hopes to bring the beauty of the Southwest to Buffalo through her alternative folk music. Accompanying the record is a 24-page book with various photos, stories, poetry and conversations that accumulated over the duration of making Cliffrose.
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