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About stlconfidential

I am a Midwesterner at heart, living in Washington D.C. I am also a graduate student at GW's School of Media and Public Affairs, interested in political communication, social media, and baseball.

The Fabulous Fox Theatre

The very first time I went to see a Broadway show in New York City, I left disappointed. It was my sophomore year of college and I had gone to New York with a friend for a day-trip over Fall … Continue reading

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Midwestern Hospitality

One of my favorite things about St. Louis, and about the Midwest in general, is how friendly people are there. The stereotype says that people in the Midwest are nicer than people on either coast. I never really believed this … Continue reading

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Gateway to the Best

What comes to mind when you hear the word “arch?” For some, it may be the Golden Arches of McDonald’s. For me, I think of the monument in St. Louis that we call “The Arch,” and that is also known … Continue reading

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I was planning on writing my next post about something more classically St. Louis, like the Arch, but then I ended up eating at District of Pi Pizzeria in Penn Quarter in DC–which believe it or not has very strong … Continue reading

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I’m going to let you in on a little secret: Contrary to popular belief, the city of St. Louis, Missouri, my hometown, is NOT in the South. It is also not: -Full of cornfields -Boring -Just a place in between … Continue reading

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