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Thursday, April 1, 2010

A Day in the Life of a Dynamic Neighborhood

Looking down N. 13th Street

Looking down N. 13th Street

Old North was abuzz with activity all around the neighborhood.  The following are just some of the sites and scenes on this beautiful, sunny, April day.

Heidi Sever answering questions from Ben in the Old North Authorized Census Assistance Center.  The answer is, "no, dogs should not be listed on your census form."

Heidi Sever answering questions from Ben in the Old North Authorized Census Assistance Center. The answer is, "no, dogs should not be counted on your Census form."

More sidewalk work in front of Old North St. Louis Restoration Group's office.

More sidewalk work in front of Old North St. Louis Restoration Group's office.

Archie has been keeping a close watch on the construction from the front door of his barber shop.

Archie has been keeping a close watch on the construction from the front door of his barber shop.

The construction provided entertainment for the people in line at Crown Candy Kitchen.

The construction provided entertainment for the people in line at Crown Candy Kitchen.

The line for chocolate bunnies and lunch was out the door at Crown Candy for most of today (and over the past several weeks).  You've only got a couple more days before Easter.

The line for chocolates and lunch was out the door at Crown Candy for most of today (and over the past several weeks). You've only got a couple more days to get your chocolate bunnies, frogs or monkeys for Easter.

It's a little easier to get a table at the Urban Studio Cafe.

It's a little easier to get a table at the Urban Studio Cafe, where the atmosphere is more relaxed.

There's enough business to keep Louise busy, though.

There's enough business to keep Louise happy, though.

Work is progressing at the Habitat for Humanity homes along 1900 Hebert and Sullivan.

Work is progressing at the Habitat for Humanity homes along 1900 Hebert and Sullivan.

And Graham is hard at work on his home on North Market.

And Graham is hard at work on his home on North Market.

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Welcome to the Old North St. Louis Restoration Group's blog. What's New in Old North chronicles the dramatic transformation under way in the neighborhood of Old North St. Louis. As a neighborhood just north of Downtown St. Louis, Old North is becoming a dynamic urban village of new and historic homes, a landmark eating establishment, beautiful community gardens, and a diverse, friendly, and engaged community.

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