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Nicki-I bet you were jealous! Reminds me of old Alice and Juney!💚👭


Those were the days...just glad for them. Great shop, wish it were in our neighborhood! Wonderful to see them today at the CWE Flea! What a turnout!

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Coming Attractions

  • Vote Tuesday, August 4.
  • National Night Out Tuesday
    6 to 8 p.m., A family event for the community to thank the police and fire departments for all they do, refreshments provided by Pi, Evangeline's, and froYo. Rsvp if you can: swick@cwensi.com, 449 N. Euclid (at Washington).
  • Bowood's David Kirkland at Alive Mag. Beer, Burgers, Bourbon & Bags tomorrow, 8/2
    Noon to 5, Soldier's Memorial downtown.
  • Events at Left Bank Books
    7:00 p.m. Tues., Leah Gunning Francis, "Ferguson and Faith," reception with refreshments at 6:30 p.m.; 7 p.m. Weds., Rinker Buck, "The Oregon Trail"; 7 to 9 p.m. Thurs., Diversity Awareness Partnership learn how to navigate dialogue on topics of race, racism, etc., register here: http://dapstl.org/listen-talk-learn-awareness-campaign/ltl-week-of-dialogue/, 399 N. Euclid.
  • Neil LaBute Festival at Actors Studio through Sunday
    Click on link for details, 358 N. Boyle.
  • On View at CWE Galleries
    "New Works on Paper" at Atrium Gallery, 4814 Washington; Paintings by Metra Mitchell at Houska Gallery, 4728 McPherson; "Battle of the Board," at World Chess Hall of Fame, 4652 Maryland, New Work by Andy Leicht at The Vino Gallery, 4701 McPherson.


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