Sunday , June 16 2019

I don’t really care about hockey. But St. Louis, my city, needed this Stanley Cup run.

I don’t really care about hockey. But St. Louis, my city, needed this Stanley Cup run.  The Washington Post

The rapper Nelly said it best: “I’m from da Lou and I’m proud.” And the Blues’ championship run has been the best thing to happen to St. Louis in a long while.

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