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Today, it’s home to 2.8 million residents who love it for its baseball, beer and iconic arch that greets locals and visitors alike

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It features more free major tourist attractions than any other city outside of Washington, D.C., and can claim toasted ravioli as one of its homegrown specialties. Many St. Louis neighborhoods in and near downtown are also experiencing major revitalization efforts so it’s not unusual to see cranes erecting new buildings and remodeling former warehouses, alongside historical and architect-built single-family homes. While there are plenty of affordable apartments to be found throughout St. Louis, some residents are paying as much as 16 percent more from last year to rent a place in some of the city’s hottest communities. Here’s a look...

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Today, it’s home to 2.8 million residents who love it for its baseball, beer and iconic arch that greets locals and visitors alike

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It features more free major tourist attractions than any other city outside of Washington, D.C., and can claim toasted ravioli as one of its homegrown specialties. Many St. Louis neighborhoods in and near downtown are also experiencing major revitalization efforts so it’s not unusual to see cranes erecting new buildings and remodeling former warehouses, alongside historical and architect-built single-family homes. While there are plenty of affordable apartments to be found throughout St. Louis, some residents are paying as much as 16 percent more from last year to rent a place in some of the city’s hottest communities. Here’s a look...

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DIY-ing is expected to grow by $119 billion by 2023, according to Technavio research.

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Repurposing isn’t only good for the budget, but it’s also a creative, challenging and fun weekend craft project you can take on solo or with friends. Being resourceful is exactly what the do-it-yourself lifestyle is all about, so de-stress from the mundane of every day and get at it with these fun DIY projects using common items around the house. 1. Baby crib If your little one has outgrown the crib, make use of it by turning it into a “Kid’s Crafting Zone” instead. You’ll need a panel of particleboard that you can coat with chalkboard paint, along with a...

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