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insisted that the Dogtown-neighborhood would not be allowed to compete with Kiel Center for any events, while the insurance burden for the building was left with the City of St. With no income allowed for the Arena while insurance expenses continued, the building sat vacant while pressure built on the city government to either make it revenue-producing (essentially impossible under the Civic Progress-imposed non-compete clause) or raze it. Public opinion was overwhelmingly in favor of saving "the Old Barn" as it was affectionately nicknamed.
When local artist Bob Cassilly (founder of the private, non-profit City Museum) approached the city government with a $200,000 down payment toward purchasing the building, Civic Progress pressured the city government to hurriedly demolish it, which they did, over general public objection, through a controlled implosion on February 27, 1999.
Louis Vipers (RHI) (1993–1994) Saint Louis Billikens men's basketball (NCAA) (1968–19–1994) Saint Louis Billikens ice hockey (1970–1979) St. The Arena was the site of conventions, concerts, political rallies, horse shows, circuses, boxing matches, Roller Derby competitions, indoor soccer matches, the 19 NCAA men's basketball Final Four, the NCAA Men's Midwest Regional finals in 1982, 1984, and 1993, the 1992–94 Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball tournament, and the 1975 NCAA Frozen Four ice hockey finals. Louis ended its long tradition of annually hosting large indoor agriculture and horse shows. In 1928 the National Dairy Show offered the city the opportunity to become the permanent location for its annual two-week meeting of dairymen and their prize animals.