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Living St. Louis

Barry Leibman

Video duration: 7:11

Ruth Ezell visits with former Left Bank Books co-owner Barry Leibman about his career as an artist and his more than 30-year involvement with Left Bank Books. In the late 1980s Leibman became serious about art and had his first exhibit in 1990. He recently sold his interest in the store and he and his wife plan to move to an Island in the Puget Sound region off the coast of Seattle, Washington.

Episodes of Living St. Louis166

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Living St. Louis

Al's Restaurant

Paul Schankman profiles the venerable St. Louis fine dining institution Al’s Steak House.

8:40

Al's Restaurant

8:40

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Living St. Louis

Field House Museum Expansion

A visit to the Field House Museum and its recently-completed addition.

6:31

Field House Museum Expansion

6:31

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Living St. Louis

Race, a Play

A 1992 Studs Terkel book has been adapted into a play staged by the Civic Arts Company.

12:02

Race, a Play

12:02

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Living St. Louis

Wild Horses Montage

Photo montage of the wild horses of Shannon County, Missouri.

1:39

Wild Horses Montage

1:39

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