Of course, the St. Louis Walk of Fame isn't actually in St. Louis. It's in a suburb called University City. Which is different from Universal City outside Hollywood.
But here you can walk on such luminaries as:
And Irma Rombauer:
What? You don't know who Irma is? Why she's:
I know what your thinking. "Wow, Cromely, that's really cool. I wish I could be part of the walk of fame, but, sadly, I wan't born in St. Louis. Or Universal City. I guess I'm out of luck."
Not true. You could be like this guy:
How did he get in?
So there is hope for you, too.
From the website:
Nominees for the St. Louis Walk of Fame must fulfill two main criteria:
1) They must have been born in St. Louis or spent their formative or creative years here.
2) Their accomplishments must have had a national impact on our cultural heritage.
And, in case you were wondering:
The selection committee is 51% female and 49% male; it is 71% white, 27% African-American, and 2% Asian-American.
For more shots of the walk of fame, visit my Flickr Site.