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  • PICTURES: 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dogtown part 4

    St. Patrick’s Day is the most popular day of the year in Dogtown as thousands gathered along Tamm Avenue for the Annual Ancient Order of Hibernians’ Parade. The parade features dozens of floats with Irish dancers and bands, but most of the parade is filled with members of the St. Louis Irish-American community marching as clans under their family crests. For many more photos, click the link… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10212263163524423&type=1&l=6cdbafdc13

  • PICTURES: 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dogtown part 3

    St. Patrick’s Day is the most popular day of the year in Dogtown as thousands gathered along Tamm Avenue for the Annual Ancient Order of Hibernians’ Parade. The parade features dozens of floats with Irish dancers and bands, but most of the parade is filled with members of the St. Louis Irish-American community marching as clans under their family crests. For many more photos, click the link… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10212263163524423&type=1&l=6cdbafdc13

  • PICTURES: 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dogtown part 2

    St. Patrick’s Day is the most popular day of the year in Dogtown as thousands gathered along Tamm Avenue for the Annual Ancient Order of Hibernians’ Parade. The parade features dozens of floats with Irish dancers and bands, but most of the parade is filled with members of the St. Louis Irish-American community marching as clans under their family crests. For many more photos, click the link… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10212263163524423&type=1&l=6cdbafdc13

  • PICTURES: 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dogtown part 1

    St. Patrick’s Day is the most popular day of the year in Dogtown as thousands gathered along Tamm Avenue for the Annual Ancient Order of Hibernians’ Parade. The parade features dozens of floats with Irish dancers and bands, but most of the parade is filled with members of the St. Louis Irish-American community marching as clans under their family crests. For many more photos, click the link… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10212263163524423&type=1&l=6cdbafdc13

  • PICTURES: 2019 Soulard Mardi Gras part 2

    When you say Mardi Gras in St. Louis, most think of Soulard, home to the second largest Mardi Gras celebration in the country. With dozens of floats, thousands of revelers and millions of beads, there was likely something for everyone. To see many more photos, click the link… Finally getting these posted. A rather fun time as usual. Tag those not too embarrassed by their actions. Sorry for some of these double posting. FB was being a pain. Enjoy! Posted […]

  • PICTURES: 2019 Soulard Mardi Gras part 3

    When you say Mardi Gras in St. Louis, most think of Soulard, home to the second largest Mardi Gras celebration in the country. With dozens of floats, thousands of revelers and millions of beads, there was likely something for everyone. To see many more photos, click the link… Finally getting these posted. A rather fun time as usual. Tag those not too embarrassed by their actions. Sorry for some of these double posting. FB was being a pain. Enjoy! Posted […]

  • PICTURES: 2019 Soulard Mardi Gras part 1

    When you say Mardi Gras in St. Louis, most think of Soulard, home to the second largest Mardi Gras celebration in the country. With dozens of floats, thousands of revelers and millions of beads, there was likely something for everyone. To see many more photos, click the link… Finally getting these posted. A rather fun time as usual. Tag those not too embarrassed by their actions. Sorry for some of these double posting. FB was being a pain. Enjoy! Posted […]

  • PICTURES: 2019 Mardi Gras Mayor’s Ball part 2

    The social event of the season…the Annual Mayor’s Ball is one of the year’s most anticipated social events. Hosted by the Mardi Gras Foundation in St. Louis City Hall, this black-tie gala features food, cocktails, dancing, and spectacular entertainment. Mayor’s Ball proceeds benefit the Mardi Gras Foundation, which has made community grants to improve Soulard and downtown since 2003. For more photos, click the link… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10212197416880798&type=1&l=9666a980b3

  • PICTURES: 2019 Mardi Gras Mayor’s Ball part 1

    The social event of the season…the Annual Mayor’s Ball is one of the year’s most anticipated social events. Hosted by the Mardi Gras Foundation in St. Louis City Hall, this black-tie gala features food, cocktails, dancing, and spectacular entertainment. Mayor’s Ball proceeds benefit the Mardi Gras Foundation, which has made community grants to improve Soulard and downtown since 2003. For more photos, click the link… https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10212197416880798&type=1&l=9666a980b3

  • PICTURES: 2019 Annual Mardi Gras Purina Pet Parade part2

    Thousands of costumed pets and animal lovers ventured outside for a brisk, sunny day as they gathered in Soulard for the Annual Mardi Gras Purina Pet Parade. Barclay, St. Louis Blues Service Dog in Training, lead off the parade along with Team Mascot and fan favorite, Louie. After the parade, dozens of Dachshunds (and a few Dachshund wannabes) competed in the ever popular and longest running (pun intended) Wiener Dog Race.

  • PICTURES: 2019 Annual Mardi Gras Purina Pet Parade part1

    Thousands of costumed pets and animal lovers ventured outside for a brisk, sunny day as they gathered in Soulard for the Annual Mardi Gras Purina Pet Parade. Barclay, St. Louis Blues Service Dog in Training, lead off the parade along with Team Mascot and fan favorite, Louie. After the parade, dozens of Dachshunds (and a few Dachshund wannabes) competed in the ever popular and longest running (pun intended) Wiener Dog Race.

  • PICTURES: Cupid’s Undie Run 2019 Part 2

    Hundreds were on hand Saturday, February 9, for the Annual Cupid’s Undie Run. Held around Valentine’s Day, it’s a one-mile (ish) run in downtown St. Louis while donning your best boudoir attire. Pre- and post-run festivities are held at The Barn at PBR in Ballpark Village. They’re not crazy, just crazy serious about raising money for The Children’s Tumor Foundation.

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