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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. Louis181

Video thumbnail: Living St. Louis Made in USA: The East St. Louis Story

Living St. Louis

Made in USA: The East St. Louis Story

How the city became one of country’s largest rail and industrial centers.

58:47

Made in USA: The East St. Louis Story

58:47

Video thumbnail: Living St. Louis Photography by Richard Sprengeler

Living St. Louis

Photography by Richard Sprengeler

Photographer Richard Sprengeler's exhibit at the National Great Rivers Museum in Alton.

2:06

Photography by Richard Sprengeler

2:06

Video thumbnail: Living St. Louis WWI Exhibit

Living St. Louis

WWI Exhibit

An exhibit at the St. Louis Central Library tells the story of the War to End All Wars.

7:39

WWI Exhibit

7:39

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Living St. Louis

Waffles

Meet the founders of Start Right Foods, a start-up that makes high-protein waffles.

5:29

Waffles

5:29

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