If you are familiar with historic brick buildings you have likely seen the metal stars on the sides of these buildings designed to hold the structure together. But when they are stolen or broken, what do you repair them with? Apparently circular saw blades come in handy.
Saw this squirrel while driving through Tower Grove Park yesterday. Looked like a normal grey squirrel only it was red all over. Wondering if that red fox that lives in the park has been having an inter-species relationship with a squirrel.
Work of art or poor fashion taste, there is no doubt that Cosign Projects spandex jacket art project at 2733 Arsenal in Benton Park West is an eye-catcher. (cosignprojects.net)
The long-vacant Foodland grocery store at 1601 S Jefferson, serves as an unfortunate front door for both the Gate District and Lafayette Square neighborhoods.
When the floors in your building have decayed to the point where they make good potting soil, it might be time to consider doing a bit of rehab work.
When you have a tenant who has decided to turn their apartment into their dumpster, it’s probably time to call your landlord-tenant relationship quits.
Being green and reusing old materials is great and all, but there is a limit. How would like to live with this lovely ceiling fan in your basement? Taken from an air conditioner condenser, this fan seems better suited for chopping off fingers than moving air.
When one is attempting to convince potential tenants of the quality of their apartment, it might be a good start to check your spelling. Unfortunately, for this landlord, signs don’t come with spell check.