These Karens should have stayed in the armoire. Then again, can you trust the St Louis cops to protect your van Dyck or act like one. It’s only eight miles from Ferguson to reenact the Sack of Rome at your faux-palazzo. Money, guns, and lawyers
Mark says it’s remarkable that they’ve mostly only had to replace art and furniture rather than fixtures—after Anna and Edward died in 1935, the house sat empty for a decade, but nothing was stolen or stripped out. The McCloskeys have had fun seeking out objects original to the house as well as filling it with their own antiques, including a rare 1560 stipo a bambocci carved wooden cabinet made in Genoa and a Louis XIII homme-debout (“standing man”) armoire, so named because, during the Reign of Terror, a gentleman could hide inside one.
A St. Louis couple in front of their home tonight as protesters marched past in the cityÃ¢ÂÂs Central West End. (photos courtesy @ksdknews partner @BILLGREENBLATT / UPI) #StLouisprotest #STL pic.twitter.com/I7VlUBUhZ2— Casey Nolen (@CaseyNolen) June 29, 2020
This affluent part of #STL is known for its opulent homes on gated streets. @BILLGREENBLATT reports the man and woman met about 300 protesters as they broke down a gate in the neighborhood to march past their home.
— Casey Nolen (@CaseyNolen) June 29, 2020
— Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) June 29, 2020
The street in front of Mayor Lyda KrewsonÃ¢ÂÂs home. pic.twitter.com/QphMTQRuDu
— Laurie Skrivan (@LaurieSkrivan) June 29, 2020
St. Louis mayor read the names and addresses of protesters who want to defund police.
— zellie (@zellieimani) June 27, 2020