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Located in Forest Park, the Missouri History Museum hosts an expansive collection of permanent and rotating exhibits pertaining to the history of Missouri.
Here in Missouri we're accustomed to being considered a bellwether state in national elections. The Show-Me State is pivotal -- no presidential can...
St. Louis is such a diehard baseball bastion, sometimes we natives have to remind ourselves of a basic reality: Football is the number one sport in...
The Nine Network presents a series of films at the Missouri History Museum, followed by a discussion related to the film. Love Free or Die profiles...
You'd think that having jobs like our's would grant us innate superpowers to recall the goings-ons of any particular day at the blink of an eye, but the reality of it is that staring at the dozens and... More »
The concept of manliness seems to be, like an epic 60-yard Hail Mary pass into the end zone, perpetually up for grabs. Maleness is as much a cultural construction as it is a biological given. At any rate, regular, unmacho guys do the best they... More »
Most of us think of the sinking of the Titanic as the biggest disaster in U.S. maritime history, but an even worse incident occurred 47 years earlier. On April 27, 1865, just eighteen days after the official end of the Civil War, the steamboat... More »
Absolutely sick of your winter clothes -- the bulky coats! the scratchy sweaters! -- you were thrilled to pack away those items and bring back your warm-weather wears. Alas, that recent grand unveiling left you feeling somewhat unwell, too, and... More »
Newcomers to St. Louis seem baffled by us. Who are the scrubby Dutch? Why do we insist on calling fried ravioli toasted? What's the deal with our high school obsession? Your best bet to solving the mystery of St. Louis is Dr. John Oldani, the... More »
Short version: Frankly, it's hard to get much sexier than an exhibit centered on women's underwear. Longer version: Pass through the curtain-swagged exhibition entrance at the Missouri History Museum, and you pass into the normally secretive world of women's undergarments. There's even a rack to indulge in some dress-up games with panniers, hoops, crinolines and stays. A sailor has carved a whalebone busk for his lover. A luminous red corset with black lace hides beneath a dark, bustled... More »
Along with the usual touristy St. Louis keychains, postcards and paperweights, you'll find some unusual stuff here. Where else could you find a tile trivet with images of the Arena or Coral Court Motel for $16? There's also Lewis and Clark barbecue sauce, a made-in-Missouri product. Along with dolls, Civil War books and die-cast soldiers, you can buy a mini seven-piece child's ceramic tea set for $13. Thousand-piece jigsaw puzzles, books on how to play marbles and marbles galore, copper... More »
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