4 Hands Gives Back: Integrating Passion and Beer

4 Hands Brewing company in St. Louis is mixing its craft beer goals with its social mission. It’s a truly integrated concept that’s changing lives.


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Spotlight: New Year, New You

The focus is New Year’s resolutions in this premiere episode of Spotlight. Pink: Perfect Timing Author Daniel Pink enlightens us on how to have better timing in just about everything we do and all the decisions we make. Anew Nature Anew Nature furniture company provides hands-on training and job placement for former felons, teaching them […]



Seasons Greetings From Show Me Arts Academy

The Show Me Arts Academy provides multi-cultural artistic development, to under-served youth, ages 5-18, under the guidance of trained professionals.



Go Out, Speak Out, Help Out, Be Human STL

BeHuman Stl is a community effort of local bars and restaurants to raise funds, awareness, and response for the human rights abuses of immigrants and refugees.



Siteman Cancer Center Expands To China

World Trade Center St. Louis established a connection for an expansion of the Siteman Cancer Center to Shouzou, China.


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St. Louis Celebrates the First U.S. – China Sister City Anniversary with Baseball

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Nanjing and St. Louis Sister city relationship, a set of baseball statues was created by local sculptor Harry Webber.



New Ferguson Teen Center Gives Youth “A Place to Become”

The Boys and Girls Club of Greater St. Louis opened a Teen Center of Excellence — one of the first of its kind — in November 2019.


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The World’s First VR Experience Powered by Brainwaves

Healium is the world’s first virtual and augmented reality platform powered by brainwaves and heart rate via consumer wearables.



Recipes for Respect: African American Meals and Meanings

African American cooking is rich in traditions beyond today’s soul food. Enslaved and free black cooks earned respect as fine chefs and cookbook authors.



Blue pumpkins helping children with autism enjoy Halloween

A blue Halloween bucket has become an unofficial symbol of awareness for autism. If you see a trick-or-treater holding a blue pumpkin candy bucket at your doorstep, it could mean the person is autistic.

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