ArtsCultureHappening Now

Kemper Art Museum Investigates Renaissance Prints and Psychological Healing

The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University presents a rarely seen collection of renaissance and baroque prints and a video installation by Kader Attia.

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ArtsCultureHappening Now

Sensuality, Globalism, Ghosts, and a Controversial Violin Inhabit SLAM’s “A Century of Modern Japanese Prints”

“A Century of Japanese Prints” at the St. Louis Art Museum focuses on art of the 20th and 21st century.

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ArtsCultureHappening Now

St. Louis Artist Tackles White Supremacy

St. Louis artist Sarah Paulsen tackles the issues of white supremacy and white identity in America in her exhibit “White Ghosts” at the Kranzberg Arts Center.

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ArtsCommunityCultureMeet the Artists

Meet Me at the Fair

Meet the talent behind the tents of the Saint Louis Art Fair, plus get to know the people who put everything together!

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We Are All Targets – Don’t Shoot Exhibit at STLCC-FV

Contemporary Art Gallery at STLCC-FV hosts the works Margi Weir in her new exhibit “We Are All Targets – Don’t Shoot.”

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CultureHappening Now

St. Louis Communities Join Forces for Hope

Watch how Clean Sweep 2, sponsored by Better Family Life, demonstrates care and compassion to the residence of the city’s most challenged neighborhoods.

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ArtsCulture

Doctor by Day, Cabaret Singer by Night

Paul Schankman meets the St. Louis pediatrician who charms kids by day and audiences by night with his cabaret performance titled, “The Medicine Show.”

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BusinessCulture

Shared Workspace Hoping to Impact Working Women

Two St. Louis area women hope to have an impact on like-minded businesswomen with a new workspace that includes both professional amentities and camaraderie.

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BusinessCulture

Booz, Allen, Hamilton Internship Program Summer Games

This segment illustrates how Booz, Allen, Hamilton, a leading consultant firms, prepares interns for today’s world.

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ArtsCulture

Ann Metzger Memorial National All Media Exhibition at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild

The Ann Metzger Memorial National All Media Exhibition at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild features a wide variety of works from artists across the United States.

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Culture

Making Dreams Come True: Prom Dresses For All

Maria Mathias, a talented seamstress from Panama provides free prom dresses and free alterations to students who can’t afford to buy their prom dresses.

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Culture

STL Veg Girl Plants Seeds of Knowledge

She calls herself “STL Veg Girl” & her mission is to teach people why it’s important to put a plant on every plate!

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CultureEducation

“What Is Your Hope?”

At the beginning of the year, one Parkway school asked students and teachers to write down their hopes for the year. Now, we find out if their hopes came true.

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Culture

TinySuperheroes: Empowering Kids One Cape At A Time

TinySuperheroes is a local superhero cape company with a big mission to empower kids as they overcome illness or disability.

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BusinessCulture

Sammy Soap

A Kirkwood mother took matters into her own hands when her son, who has intellectual disabilities, needed a job. She founded an all-natural soap company.

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Culture

Animal Rescue Saves Dogs By Teaching Humans

Animal rescue group, the Gateway Pet Guardians help dogs & humans. Their outreach program is making a difference in the community in so many ways!

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Culture

Brace For Impact 46

Retired Cardinal baseball pitcher Kyle McClellan and his wife Bridget are helping families realize their own “field of dreams” in Haiti and in St. Louis.

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Culture

Human Sex Trafficking: America’s Modern Day Slavery

Americans trafficking American is a multi-million dollar industry. We’ll examine how children and teens have become the greatest victims of sex traffickers.

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Culture

A Hero’s Calling

Shawn Antoniou has as great life. He’s passionate about helping veterans. He’s passionate for a very good reason.

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Culture

Live Like Josh

West County man’s legacy evident in foundation formed by family and friends. The foundation is making education, engineering and other STEM projects possible.

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Culture

Operation Shower

See how Operation Shower gives back to military families.

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CultureHistory

History in the First Person: Music Moved the Movement: Civil Rights and the Blues (Afternoon Program)

Interact with civil rights activists and Blues musicians to explore how the power of Blues music affected, and was affected by, America’s Civil Rights movement.

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BusinessCulture

NGA – National Geospatial Intelligence Agency

Winning the bid for the NGA will tremendously impact St. Louis’ economy and bring development to an area experiencing decades of decay.

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Culture

Washington University and Missouri Botanical Garden Join Forces for The Madagascar Project

Washington University students and Missouri Botanical Garden scientists improve lives and biodiversity in a unique collaboration, “The Madagascar Project.”

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Culture

The Disabled Athlete Sports Association

DASA or the Disabled Athlete Sports Association is creating amazing opportunities with children with disabilities. This story follows one child’s journey.

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BusinessCulture

St. Louis Strong Works To “Lift the Gateway Higher”

Jake Hollander founded St. Louis Strong in 2015 to fight fragmentation in the Saint Louis region and work towards a “people first” city/county merger plan.

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CultureEducation

Hanging with the Wolves!

At this summer camp, local students observe endangered wolves in their natural habitat and learn why these animals and humans should co-exist peacefully.

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Culture

Moms on a Mission

Two moms discover the power of social media when they let friends know about a plan to help others in their community.

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ArtsCulture

Drink Wine, Help People

Scott Monette’s 100 Percent Wine is not only flying off the shelves because it tastes good…it’s also helping people with disabilities find and keep jobs.

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Culture

Rivercity Raiders hoping to score on and off the field

The River City Raiders are hoping to score points on and off the field with St. Louis football fans. Their first playoff game is June 6th. Tickets are free.

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Culture

Family is the Focus of this Impact

Stopping the stigma of HIV, para-divers discover freedom, Looking ahead to life with Alzheimer’s, delivering blessings in a basket, and playing pool at school.

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Culture

Alzheimer’s Disease: Daisy’s Story

Daisy Duarte knows she’s going to get Alzheimer’s disease. But rather than shy away from her diagnosis, she’s finding ways to help others.

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Culture

Blessing Basket, Missionaries, Urban Farming and Project Be Confident, November 2015

From the mission fields to farm fields, we highlight St. Louisans looking to improve lives both here at home and around the world.

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BusinessCulture

Valley Industries Offers a Helping Hand

A local company makes it their job to provide meaningful employment to some in our area who might otherwise not be able to find work.

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Culture

Heroin Awareness, It Takes a Village and Educational Table Games, August 2015

A man plans to hit the road and bicycle across the country with an important message for drug dealers. He’s pedaling to stop pushing.

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Culture

Local Charities, History Preservation, and Police Anti-Bias Training, June 2015

Lessons from the Holocaust and D-day are impacting how police officers patrol the street and how young people view the world.

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Culture

Hand Delivering Hope: Be The Change Volunteers

The life saving work by Be The Change Volunteers is profiled & includes footage & sills from Rwanda, Cambodia, Malawi, PGN, Peru, India & Guatemala.

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Culture

Every Experience Matters!

Instructors at the Leadership Development Academy provide more than just martial arts training at their gym in Olivette.

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ArtsCulture

Moments of Silence

In the wake of the Ferguson riots, a group of local artists created a touring exhibit that gives pause to reflect on the state of human relationship in America.

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Culture

Improving Downtown St. Louis’ Landscape, and Overcoming Adversity in Health and Business, February 2015

Impact is all about making changes for the better, helping those around us. On this episode, we introduce you to two people using their very different talents t

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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Text As Visual Language. Read More
  • 2. Striking Power: Iconoclasm in Ancient Egypt. Read More
  • 3. How We See Materiality and Color Opens at Laumeier Sculpture Park. Read More
  • 4. Art Saint Louis Winter Exhibition at Angad Arts Hotel. Read More
  • 5. Muny Memories. Read More
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