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St. Louis Walk of Fame, Saint Louis
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  • St. Louis Walk of Fame was a take off on Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA. I walked two or three blocks in the heat of the day, saw the Chuck Berry statue, and the older restaurants, etc I was not i...  more »
  • nice place to hang out and enjoy a little of the beauty, the night and a lot of fun, my daughter loved the place.
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  • Stars are all along the Loop of Del Mar Avenue. You can get frozen yogurt, international cuisine or local beers as you follow the stars. 
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  • This is a great place. Don't miss the Blueberry Hill Restaurant. The pictures inside of all the celebrities with Joe Edwards, and all of the collectible pieces are worth the visit. Also the Moon Rise Hotel is a treat. Hopefully the street car will be going there from downtown soon.
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  • I love the Walk of Fame even if the bios are in all capital letters. They are so interesting! As a St. Louis native who has been away for decades, I feel like it's the best view of the city. St. Louis architecture isn't that great, the good stuff has suffered, and the sprawl is depressing. But I always learn new things here. My impression is that St. Louis talent consists of three categories. FIRST, quite poor musicians and entertainers who left (Josephine Baker always sticks in my mind). SECOND, immigrants and refugees in science and medicine (I actually babysat in the Art Moderne home of chemists Gerty and Carl Cori). THIRD, wealthy heirs who left (William Burroughs). But I haven't studied everyone on the Walk. Certainly some stayed (Irma Rombauer of The Joy of Cooking, Chuck Berry). Last time I strolled the Walk of Fame, it was with our family's cleaning lady. We both got a big kick out of it and learned a lot.
  • Lame...... enough said