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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

PubDef Comes to Old North

Day 30 of “45 Days in Old North”

The bloggers behind PubDef paid a visit to the Mullanphy Emigrant Home today to capture an interview and collect some video footage. According to their own description, PubDef “is a non-partisan, independent political blog based in the City of St. Louis, Missouri.” The blog will feature a report about the Mullanphy preservation efforts on Wednesday.

Above: Dan Martin (left) and Antonio French enjoy a view from the Mullanphy building’s south end picture window, just before the arrival of a late afternoon thunderstorm.

Below: Antonio French turns the camera toward the spectacular Downtown skyline.

To view their report, visit www.pubdef.net tomorrow.

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