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Living St. Louis

Feast Magazine

Video duration: 9:45

Ruth Ezell attended the launch party in St. Louis for Feast Magazine: a free publication dedicated to the home cook. Feast made its debut with the August 2010 issue and was the brainchild of former Sauce Magazine editor Catherine Neville. Ezell then followed the development of the October 2010 issue and learned how Feast is more than a magazine.

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Living St. Louis

Julie Weir

Living St. Louis contributor Paul Schankman profiles the "Typical St. Louisan.”

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Julie Weir

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Living St. Louis

Photographs by Larry Torno

A montage of black and white images from photographer Larry Torno.

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Photographs by Larry Torno

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Living St. Louis

Telephone Museum

The story of the telephone can be found in a small St. Louis museum at Jefferson Barracks.

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Telephone Museum

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Living St. Louis

Amy Reidel Exhibit

A look at the Amy Reidel exhibit at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis.

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Amy Reidel Exhibit

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