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For Saint Louis Chamber Chorus, Valentine's Day concert explores languishing at love's hand

Love is not all sunshine and roses, especially when it comes to Valentine's Day. That is something Saint Louis Chamber Chorus artistic director Phillip ...

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Behind the Headlines: What is going on in Ferguson?

In our weekly "Behind the Headlines" segment, "St. Louis on the Air" contributor Steve Poetter discussed the top news stories that caught St. Louisans'...

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All you need is love: Saint Louis Ballet celebrates The Beatles' message of love with world premiere

This Valentine's Day, Saint Louis Ballet is "In it for the Love" with contemporary flair and a world premiere of a piece set to Beatles music. St. Louis...

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Curious Louis: City's last surviving Mississippian mound, Sugar Loaf, to be preserved this summer

Kyle Reynolds drives by St. Louis' last surviving mound, Sugar Loaf Mound, located at 4420 Ohio in south St. Louis city, all the time yet he didn't know...

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Historical narrative 'Salt to the Sea' sheds light on refugee experiences during WWII

Lithuanian-American young adult author Ruta Sepetys has known her whole life of the trials faced by refugees fleeing war. Her father fled from Lithuania...

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As UMSL faces a $15 million budget shortfall, Chancellor Tom George discusses the uncertain future

University of Missouri-St. Louis Chancellor Tom George is under pressure. This year, the school must find a way to fill a $15 million-sized hole in the...

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SLU study verifies: Municipal court experiences are worse for black St. Louisans than for whites

Saint Louis University professors Ken Warren, professor of political science, and Ness Sandoval, associate professor of sociology and anthropology, have...

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If you could remember every day of your life from age 8, would you? This St. Louis 12-year-old can.

Imagine you could remember every day of your life in exquisite detail. Would you love it or loathe it? That's what Jake Hausler, a local 12-year-old...

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Behind the Headlines: UM system struggles, divide over Ferguson consent decree, NGA protests

In our weekly "Behind the Headlines" segment, "St. Louis on the Air" host Don Marsh discussed several of the top news stories that caught St. Louisans'...

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The average heroin addict is a white, suburban teen. NCADA Super Bowl ads point out that fact.

The attention-grabbing, anti-heroin Super Bowl advertisements that the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse – St. Louis ran last year and will...

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