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One-on-One with St. Louis Literary Award Winner Edwidge Danticat

Best-selling, Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat is experiencing another extraordinary year. She now adds the St. Louis Literary Award to her distinction.

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The Incomparable Robin Williams

Robin Williams left us with 69 movies, seasons of television shows, and countless questions about his life/death. Dave Itzkoff tackles many of them in “Robin.”

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High Low, What’s in a Name?

High Low, Grand Center’s newest venue is dedicated to the freedom of expression through the spoken and written word.

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9/12: The Epic Battle of the Ground Zero Responders

9/11 happened 18 years ago and it’s still killing Ground Zero responders today.”9/12″ co-authors explain why it took a 9 year legal battle for them to get help.

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The Color of Love: A Portrait of a Mixed Race Jewish Girl

Marra B. Gad talks about growing up in “the gorgeous places in between” in her new memoir, “The Color of Love: A Portrait of a Mixed Race Jewish Girl.”

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ArtsBooksCultureScience & TechnologySpotlight

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 […]

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“What To Eat When” with Dr. Michael Roizen

Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Michael Crupain, Chief Medical Officer of the Dr. Oz Show, reveal their diet research in “What To Eat When.”

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What we’re reading during the snow storm

St. Louis’ winter weather is here. If you are stuck inside with nowhere to go, take a look at some of our favorite conversations with best selling authors and their new works!

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A Conversation with bestselling author, therapist Lori Gottlieb

Lori Gottlieb discusses her new book, and debunks some theories and misconceptions about therapy along the way.

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One on One with Richard Russo “Chances Are…”

Pulitzer Prize winning author, Richard Russo, discusses his his first stand-alone novel in a decade. “Chances Are…” is a story about the power of friendship.

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