@Healeygirl: Thanks, I was going to say the same thing. First of all, there's really no reason to take time out from a discussion about how great one city is to point out that another is better, but it seems especially unnecessary to do so in this case. I've been in St. Louis for about 11 years now and I am thrilled that it is finally starting to come into its own and be recognized for the great things here, many of which have only sprung up or improved in the time I have been here. There is definitely a real interest in making this a vital and interesting place to live and visit and this kind of thing will only improve that. (And I have never yet been to KC, but I would love to, because I hear that it has a really great art scene and all kinds of cool things to do and see. That's what I hear. A lot. I hear that A LOT.) I would also add to this list all of the great art museums in STL: SLAM, The Contemporary, the Pulitzer Foundation, and my favorite, the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Wash U.
A Design Lover's Guide to Saint Louis Apartment Therapy's Design Destination Guide
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@KerryNM- I agree with you.. however, it just now occurs to me that you would not necessarily have to open the saw horses, as long as you secured them to the table top. Worth the trouble for the yellow or orange, in my opinion.
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