Science & Technology

Monkey DNA Analysis May Solve Mysteries to Help Colobus Monkeys at U.S. Zoos & in the Wild

In the ‘80s, a group of colobus monkeys were brought to U.S. zoos from East Africa. But what is the true origin of the captive species?
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Generation Mindful Brings Mr. Roger's Principles To Families In New Ways

St. Louis startup, Generation Mindful produces play-based methods for families to connect while learning to talk about and manage emotions.
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Arts

Schankman's St. Louis: Meet Opera Theatre's New General Director

Meet Andrew Jorgensen, the new General Director of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, as we learn his plans for the world-renowned company.
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Outlier culture on view at Art Saint Louis

Outliers Art Exhibitions curated by Art Saint Louis is currently on display in their downtown gallery. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

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CAIR Missouri’s 3rd Annual American Muslim Art Exhibition

The Sheldon hosts CAIR Missouri’s 3rd Annual American Muslim Art Exhibition on April 20th, 2019.

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Back Home in Your New Home at the Kranzberg Art Center Gallery

Back Home in Your New Home is the newest exhibit at the Kranzberg Art Center Gallery. The exhibit features two Palestinian American women’s ideas about home.

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Culture

Systemic changes in racial bias addressed at Missouri History Museum through short film ‘Other People’

Aisha Sultan’s short film, “Other People”, was screened at the Missouri History Museum Thursday evening, and was followed by a panel discussion, in association with the St. Louis Press Club.

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Remembering McDonnell Aircraft, NASA Pioneer Robert “Bob” Schepp

Bob Schepp helped make history as part of the Checkout Trailer crew for America’s first manned space flight on May 5, 1961.

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Ceramic Centric at the Foundry Art Centre

The Foundry Art Centre presents Ceramic Centric, featuring 33 different artists exploring the versatility and pushing the boundaries of ceramic art.

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Things to do in St. Louis

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