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Living St. Louis

Shakespeare in the Streets

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Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell follows the development of the play “The New World”: a modern-day adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”. The setting was changed to St. Louis and Cherokee street. Community residents performed with professional actors in a unique theatrical experience.

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Living St. Louis

Made in USA: The East St. Louis Story

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

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Made in USA: The East St. Louis Story

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Living St. Louis

Photography by Richard Sprengeler

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

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Photography by Richard Sprengeler

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Living St. Louis

WWI Exhibit

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

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WWI Exhibit

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Living St. Louis

Waffles

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

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Waffles

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East St. Louis Riot Accounts

Several East St. Louis young people mark the 100th anniversary of the ESL race riot.

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East St. Louis Riot Accounts

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