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Black Girls Do STEM – Making STEM careers a reality

Cynthia Chapple wants to close the racial gap in STEM careers by introducing St. Louis girls to STEM careers and help them achieve their career goals.

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Joy of Cooking: A St. Louis Original

Joy of Cooking has been called the “culinary bible.” Irma Rombauer of St. Louis had the average cook in mind when she wrote it, focusing on ease and prep time.

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GiftAMeal Million Meals

Since its inception in 2015, GiftAMeal has now donated the equivalent of more than one-million meals to those in need throughout the United States.

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Foodscaping

Foodscaping is similar to landscaping. However, the focus is on growing native plants that are edible or have medicinal uses.

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Zoo WildCare Park Preview

The Saint Louis Zoo will be opening WildCare park in 2027. The new park will have free-range animals while the human visitors look out from enclosed vehicles.

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The story of Pearl Curran who channeled spirit Patience Worth through a Ouija Board & they wrote books

It’s a ghostly tale that happened right here in St. Louis in 1912. Pearl Curran channeled spirit Patience Worth but not everyone believed in this tale.

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The Cabrini Academy: A World Class School

St. Frances Cabrini Academy in South St. Louis is a beacon of hope for neighborhood children, most of whom are immigrants or the children of immigrants.

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St. Louis Holocaust Museum: Behind the Scenes Preview

The St. Louis Holocaust Museum is undergoing a major expansion and update focusing on the voices and images of St. Louis survivors, liberators and witnesses.

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9/11 Day of Service with the St. Louis Area Foodbank

9/11 Day’s mission is to transform 9/11 into a day of service and ask all Americans to do just one good deed on the anniversary of 9/11

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The Village

The Village is helping young boys become members of society.

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