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Main Street Lost Graveyard

Main Street Lost Graveyard

February 9
Filed under Showcase, Videos

The Lost Graveyard is located in between Old Time Photos and Bathhouse Soapery. It used to be a small graveyard with 320 people buried in it until the town decided to move the cemetery in 1863.

Top Five Places to Stop into on Main Street [360 Video]

Top Five Places to Stop into on Main Street [360 Video]

November 11
Filed under Showcase, Videos

Main street continues to be one of the most popular places in the St.Charles area. Each shop and eatery is different than the rest, always ensuring that the customers will find something new to explore. The unique selection of stores, restaurants and ice cream parlors make visitors and residents come...

10-28 Main Street Pumpkin Glow [Photo Gallery]

10-28 Main Street Pumpkin Glow [Photo Gallery]

By Kelsey Decker and Alex Rowe
October 28
Filed under Showcase

On October 28 and 29 members of the St.Charles community gathered on Main Street for the annual pumpkin glow. Shops and restaurants stayed open late, and hoped to draw in people with their pumpkin displays and Halloween decorations. “I enjoy coming to the pumpkin glow because it’s really somethin...

Little O’s Soda Shop on Main Street

By kali skikas, christiana ganzinotti, and Cassy Flanigan
May 12
Filed under Intro Class Stories

Located on 125 N Main Street, St.Charles MO 63301 is an old-fashioned store called Little O’s Soda Shop. It is open Monday-Saturday from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., and 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Sundays. Its bright blue walls give the place a welcoming feel. “More like what haven’t I tried?,” manager Ian Gilbert sai...

How Festivals Impact Main Street Shops

How Festivals Impact Main Street Shops

By Alyssa Barber
September 2
Filed under Multimedia, Videos

Festivals Happen all throughout the year on Historic Main Street, St. Charles. Although it draws in crowds, how is it impacting the stationary shops?

History Behind A Unique Soda Shop on Main Street St. Charles

History Behind A Unique Soda Shop on Main Street St. Charles

By Autumn Todd
May 15
Filed under Multimedia, Showcase, Uncategorized, Videos

Little O's is a unique soda fountain shop down on Main Street St. Charles.  They draw their customers in with their  traditional family recipes and vintage feel.  In the past three years the shop has grown in popularity and has add new decorations and products.  Check out this video to learn more...

Christmas Traditions Brings New Attractions Along with Classic Events

Christmas Traditions Brings New Attractions Along with Classic Events

By Chase Meyer
December 15
Filed under Showcase

2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the City of St. Charles’ Christmas Traditions festival hosted in the Historic District. Over the last four decades, the festival has become a tradition not only for local residents, but for families around the globe. “To me it’s a real opportunity for community,”...

FHNTodayTV: December 18th

FHNTodayTV: December 18th

By Dan Stewart
December 18
Filed under Multimedia, Podcasts, Videos

The last episode of FHNTodayTV for 2013, featuring videos on Main Street Christmas Traditions, the Choir Concert, Journey to Bethlehem, Tyler Ayers' Car, and "What Do You Want For Christmas?"  ...

FHNtoday TV: April 17th

FHNtoday TV: April 17th

By christina desalvo
April 23
Filed under Multimedia, Podcasts, Uncategorized

The second April edition of the podcast, featuring a tour of the Gelatto Shop on Main Street, a visit to the Second Thursdays Art Festival, and Brenton's guide of things to do when you're bored.   ...

10 Questions With the Owner of Dream Catcher

10 Questions With the Owner of Dream Catcher

By Aurora Blanchard
March 30
Filed under Features

Formerly known as Lewis and Clark Jewelers, Dream Catcher sells homemade Native American tea, dream catchers, clothing, jewelry, and artifacts in Old Town St. Charles. 1. What is your name? Barbara Schnarr 2. How long have you been in business? 40 years, but only on Main Street for 11...

10 questions with the owner of the Crooked Tree Coffehouse

10 questions with the owner of the Crooked Tree Coffehouse

By admin
March 13
Filed under Features, Showcase

The Crooked Tree Coffeehouse is a Coffeehouse that serves drinks, breakfast, meals and desserts. Crooked Tree is located on First Capitol Drive, before the light at 6th street. Crooked Tree is open Monday-Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. On Wednesday-Friday, they're open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. ...

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