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How to construct something that’s never been built before: The Vertical Garden at the Sheldon

The Steward Family Plaza at The Sheldon features a 208-foot vertical garden that will be covered in beautiful Missouri native plants in the years to come.

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Dutch Paintings from the Era of Rembrandt at the St. Louis Art Museum

“Dutch Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston” at the Saint Louis Art Museum.

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Masterful Murals Created by Father-Daughter Duo

Artists Robert and Liza Fishbone created an inspirational mural for Urban Harvest to enhance their mission of growing food and growing community.

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Reviews of The Agitators; Hello, Dolly!; Cry-Baby; Such Sweet Thunder, others: Oct. 10, 2019

Reviews of The Agitators; Hello, Dolly!; Cry-Baby; Ismene; Such Sweet Thunder; The Bridges of Madison County; Equivocation.

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Fiber is the focus of Art Saint Louis’ latest exhibition

Art Saint Louis hosts, Fiber Focus a juried art exhibit that was open to artists 21+ residing in Missouri and the eight states that touch our border.

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Frames: Preview of the St. Louis International Film Festival

Previews of sixteen of the scores of films being shown at the 29th St. Louis International Film Festival.

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HEC wins 7 Mid America Emmy Awards, including Overall Excellence

HEC Media was honored to come home to St. Louis with seven Mid America Emmy Awards, including Overall Excellence

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Thomas Sleet, Jill Downen, and Daniel Raedeke at the Bruno David Gallery

Artists Thomas Sleet, Jill Downen, and Daniel Raedeke discuss their newest exhibitions at the Bruno David Gallery.

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The Shape of Abstraction at the Saint Louis Art Museum

The Shape of Abstraction: Selections from the Ollie Collection at the St. Louis Art Museum focuses on abstract work by African American and Caribbean artists.

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Schankman’s St. Louis: Tootie Speaks!

HEC’s Paul Schankman interviews child star Margaret O’Brien during her visit to St. Louis for a screening of “Meet Me in St. Louis,” in which she played Tootie.

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