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Living St. Louis

Holocaust Survivor


Patrick Murphy talks with Rachel Miller, a survivor of the Holocaust. She and her family witnessed the Nazi occupation of Paris in 1940 and persecution of Jewish citizen which began immediately after. Her father died at the hands of Germany doctors conducting experiments. After shipping Rachel out of Paris, the rest of her family was taken by the Nazis. She spent the rest of the war in hiding.

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And In This Corner…Cassius Clay

A look at Metro Theater Company’s upcoming production of And In This Corner….Cassius Clay.


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Anne Keefe Appreciation

Anne Keefe, St. Louis broadcast legend who died at age 90 in December 2015, is remembered


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Dancer Heather McGinley

Heather McGinley: a member of the Paul Taylor Dance Company and Bi-State area native.


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Genealogical Society

Producer Ruth Ezell learns how churches can be rich sources of genealogical information.


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