Drinks and Mortar, at Soulard Bastille this Thursday.

Well, whaddaya know? In addition to the aforementioned happy hour for librarians, I also host a monthly drinks night for people interested in architecture. It’s called Drinks and Mortar.

We welcome activists, architects, preservationists, planners, students, professors, shit disturbers, street photographers, urbanists, suburbanists, bloggers, boosters, urban explorers, politicians, developers, artists, and pretty much everyone else besides.

This month, we will meet at Bastille, 1027 Russell, on Thursday, November 15, at 7pm.

If you’d like to know more, check out our website: Drinks and Mortar

…and behold our flyer:

And yes, that is the lovely Citizen Pioneer, fainted on a couch in front of the defunct Gary, Indiana, Union Station. Perhaps she didn’t realize that the station had closed, and consequently fainted upon seeing it in its current state. No matter what the story is, you should come to Drinks and Mortar.

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  1. Claire!! I’ve been working so hard (well, and I went on vacation …) that I’ve fallen behind on my reading and so missed your new blog until Curtis pointed me to it!

    It looks great–and when you’re looking for the kids-eye-view of the CWE, drop us a line!

    (So far as drinks …. we’ll see when the Husband gets home Thursday night …. )


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