What St Louis citizens once accomplished in the absence of a coordinated governmental response to a clear and present threat.
The Lafayette Square Restoration Committee (LSRC) Board has been in constant communication about what measures and recommendations will best serve our community during the pandemic. To that end, we’ll be updating this post regularly with resources, announcements, and suggestions.
A convenient feature of living in Lafayette Square is that you can be on three different interstate highways, headed to who-knows-where, within a couple of minutes. If you want to hit I-44 west, which is about 200 feet from the on-ramp to I-55 south, you hang your turn immediately past the corner of 18th Street […]
Why walk alone? Here’s a handy guided tour to eight sites well worth seeing on your next stroll through Lafayette Park.
Feeling the chill? Here’s a short story to bring a little warmth back.
Hey, Waverly Place is where you want to be, if you’re looking for land in 1859.
Casting a look back a hundred years in St Louis history, it requires little effort to find a subject with deep roots in Lafayette Square, whose tale is well worth retelling. Here’s the story of the 32nd mayor of St Louis, Henry W. Kiel. The St Louis Post-Dispatch conducted a survey of its readers in […]
A tidy little compendium of how Lafayette Square streets got their names.
Tough times call for tough birds. Here’s a cautionary tale for your holiday dining pleasure. Seasons Greetings from the Lafayette Square Archives!
Hey, hey; the house tour’s today! Welcome to the Lafayette Square Holiday House Tour!