Cruizin’ North County Book

Remember growing up in Ferguson and Florissant

Cruizin’ North County

Remembering our “Happy Days”
growing up in a St. Louis suburb.

Special: $16.00

Includes tax.
Personally signed by Author Craig Kaintz
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Our Cruzin’ North County Book is a collection of fond memories about growing up in north St. Louis in the 1950s to 1970s. It is the first-ever book to capture the spirit of that time and place. Authors Craig Kaintz and Bill Kasalko have spent years gathering photographs of there favorite hangouts, from the Chain of Rocks amusement park to Chuck-A-Burger, from the diners to the drive-ins, from Bob Kuban to Ike & Tina Turner. “Were our North County homes like Ward’s and Junes’? Not exactly, but our fathers worked, our mothers stayed home and we all had a friend or two like Eddie Haskell. It was new and it was’kool.'” Whether you’re form North County or not, you’ enjoy this pictorial “time machine” of a quintessential American suburb.
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From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS

Producer Patrick Murphy takes a nostalgic look at North St. Louis County during the 1950s – 1970s era with the authors of the book Cruizin North County, Bill Kasalko and Craig Kaintz. They visit the sites of old landmarks—some still around, some long gone—and stop in at Chuck-A-Burger, a popular joint for teens to take their cars to hang out while cruizin.