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University City High School's New Principal Michael Peoples

by Charles Bolinger
University City High School students will have a new leader when the school year starts Aug. 14 as Michael Peoples takes the reins.
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GiftAMeal App Generates Donations To Local Food Pantries

by Melissa Wilkinson
GiftAMeal is a mobile app that lets diners fill their hearts while filling their stomachs. When users eat at one of GiftAMeal's over 90 affiliated St. Louis restaurants, they simply need to snap a picture of their meal using the app to send another meal to someone in need.
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Perennial City Turns Food Scraps Into Compost

by Melissa Wilkinson
The locavore movement — a term coined in 2005 referring to a push to consume only locally-grown food — has had a sweeping effect on the nation.
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Rebel & Misfits Presents "The Realistic Joneses"

Clayton's Kelly Hummert heads one of area's few for-profit theatre companies

by Julie Brown Patton
Local theatre fans have new ways to meld into storylines literally. Novel, interactive theatre experiences are being led by a producer who vows to transform and inspire audiences as co-creators. It's about voyeuristic journeys in highly personal settings. Yet, the artist thinks of this unconventional approach to plays simply as paths to uncharted "happy places."
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Continued Growth at CORTEX

Square & Microsoft to expand alongside existing innovative startup programs and established companies

by Charles Bolinger
The Cortex Innovation Community is on a growth spurt. Square and Microsoft will expand, but the growth is more than just two tech companies — much more.
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St. Louis County Declares An Opioid Epidemic

by Don Corrigan
St. Louis County has declared an opioid epidemic and described the drug problem as nothing less than a public health emergency. An action plan was presented to save lives.
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EyeSeeMe In A Book

University City bookstore offers books for African-American children

by Jim Merkel
As a kid, Naomi Blair picked up three books every time she visited the library. Two days later, she would bring the books back and pick up another batch.
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The Mahler Ballroom

A recent story in the West End Word helped uncover a mystery about St. Louis' historic Mahler Ballroom. A grand opening celebration was held earlier this month to showcase recent renovations by the ballroom's new owner.
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Kids Have A Blast At Rocket Camp

Mad Science of St. Louis holds eight different camps through the summer

by Don Corrigan
The red glare of rockets will not be confined to Independence Day events this July. Mad Science of St. Louis will be holding rocketry camps for kids throughout the area.
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July 3 Grand Opening Of Gateway Arch Museum

Work on museum & visitor center began in 2015

by Don Corrigan
Buffalo herds on giant screens won't be the only stampede happening at the new Gateway Arch Museum opening at noon on July 3. Visitors are expected by the thousands when the museum has its grand opening as Fair Saint Louis commences.
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