Culture

Columbia Saints Baseball Heaven

The Kleinschmidt family has farmed for generations. But, smack dab between their cornfields in Columbia, IL, sits a piece of baseball heaven.

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Books

A Visit with Ann Cleeves in “Vera Land”

Bestselling crime author Ann Cleeves joins us from her English home in the Northumberland to talk about her beloved literary characters including Vera Stanhope.

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Science & Technology

Could the MMR Vaccine Protect Against COVID-19? Global Trial Enrolls Healthcare Workers to Find Out

Investigators discuss their hope for the MMR vaccine in the fight against COVID-19, as well as the importance for everyone to get their scheduled vaccinations.

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Community

HEC Media nominated for 18 Mid-America Emmys

HEC Media is proud to announce it has been nominated for 18 Mid-America Emmy Awards. The Mid America Emmy Award winners will be announced Saturday, Nov. 21. To see a full list of nominees, click here. ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT – PROGRAM FEATURE SEGMENT Props to Alaina Angie Weidinger, Greg Kopp, Cecil Corbett Metal Petals Suzanne Vanderhoef, Peter […]

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Love, Zac: Small Town Football and the Life and Death of an American Boy by Reid Forgrave

Sportswriter Reid Forgrave explores the culture of football, concussions and how both contributed to the suicide of high school football player Zac Easter.

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Arts

Bam! Pow! Women in Comics

Christina “Steenz” Stewart is a cartoonist based in St. Louis.

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Happening Now

Exposure 21 at Gallery 210

Gallery 210’s new exhibition features thought provoking selection by St. Louis based artists Julia Curran, Lola Ogbara, and Emma Vidal.

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Happening Now

“R is for Racism: How ABC Books Taught Children to Hate” at the High Low

Tasha Nicolé Burton examines racist imagery within historical children’s literature and the way in which children first learn about race in America.

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An Unlikely Journey with Laila Lalami

Laila Lalami recounts her unlikely journey from Moroccan immigrant to U.S. citizen in her newest work “Conditional Citizens.”

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Arts

Mask Up STL

Mask Up STL by the St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce is a project aimed at bringing to attention the importance of wearing a mask in public

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