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St. Louis’ Role in Telecommunication’s History is on Display at the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum

Take a private tour with Assistant Director Ken Schaper, where he takes you through the journey of the telephone.

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Regularly Updated Virtual Events and Livestreams From Your Favorite St. Louis Organizations

HEC Media is here to help you stay entertained, educated, and cultured while social distancing. We’ve curated a list of the best “Stay Home” and livestream content from St. Louis organizations and institutions. And, of course, we’re always bringing new segments and shows to HEC Media’s side and educational content to Educate.Today.

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Beyond the Ballot St Louis and Suffrage at the Missouri History Museum

The St. Louis suffrage story began long before 1920. Julie Tristan takes us inside “Beyond the Ballot: St. Louis and Suffrage” at the Missouri History Museum.

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CultureHistory

Keen v. Keen: All That Father Giveth

Upon his death, a white man wills his black children land. However, his wife, a white woman, contests, stealing the livelihood of his “beloved” children.

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CultureHistory

Schankman’s St. Louis: A Trip Down Media Lane

Paul Schankman gives us a video tour of the St. Louis Media History Foundation.
To take a tour of the physical collection, email archives@stlmediahistory.org

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CultureHistory

Rewriting History: Wash U Archaeologist Sheds New Light on Indigenous Tribal Culture

The Muscogee Nation is one of five tribes with legal claim to parts of Oklahoma. A Washington Univ. researcher has new insights on their way of life.

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ArtsHistoryMusic

The Bugler Bill Hershey

Bill Hershey is a certified, highly skilled Taps Bugler at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

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ArtsCultureHistoryTheater

Black People and White People in Outstate Missouri Find a Shared History

Race is never an easy topic to discuss. But a group of blacks and whites from outstate Missouri learn they have much in common after a powerful dialogue.

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Happening NowHistory

Mighty Mississippi at the Missouri History Museum

The Mighty Mississippi exhibit at the Missouri History Museum tells the story of North America’s greatest river.

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BooksCultureEducationHistory

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.

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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Daily Blue Room Show. Read More
  • 2. Erin Bode. Read More
  • 3. John Pizzarelli: A Centennial Celebration of Nat King Cole. Read More
  • 4. The Great Guitars – Featuring Martin Taylor, Frank Vignola and John Jorgenson. Read More
  • 5. Dean Christopher – Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime: A Tribute to Dean Martin. Read More
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