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Organist & Conductor Andrew Peters of Second Presbyterian Church

by Linda Jarrett
When Second Presbyterian Church in the Central West End underwent a much-needed renovation of its sanctuary in 2012, the project included the Schantz organ, which had been in place since 1965.
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New St. Louis Art Roadmap Revealed

But Regional Arts Commission's funding approach puzzles some artists

by Julie Brown Patton
If art remains in the eye of beholder, area art leaders hope to attract significantly more eyeballs.
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St. Louis Teen Talent Competition Call For Entries

Deadline to enter is Dec. 1

Registration is now open for Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation's (FoxPACF) 9th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition.

German Street Naming Project Moves Forward

During World War I, German Americans were made to choose between their heritage and their nation. Schools ended their German language education programs.
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Central West End Farm

Community garden supplies local food pantries with thousands of pounds of organic fruit & vegetables each year

by Jaime Mowers
One man's vision for what was once a vacant lot tucked away in the Central West End has not only grown beyond his wildest dreams, but now yields thousands of pounds of fresh produce to feed hundreds of families in St. Louis.
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Celebrating 25 Years Of The Saint Louis Art Fair

The award-winning fair runs Sept. 7, 8 & 9 in downtown Clayton

by Mitch Schneider
When the Saint Louis Art Fair debuted in 1994, founders Susan and Ben Uchitelle feared that attendance at the event in Clayton, where Ben was mayor at the time, would be low. The fair was going up against several other area events that same day.
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FABList: Audio Fables For Modern Families

by Jaime Mowers
A talented father of four who loves storytelling is taking podcasts for children to a new level with an innovative audio nonprofit called Fablist.
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"Coming Of Age, Liver Spots & All"

"Getting old can be tough. It's just not a merry-go-round ride." — Don Marsh

by Don Corrigan
"Old age ain't for sissies" — that axiom may seem trite and overused, but Don Marsh makes a convincing case for the truth of the matter in his new book, "Coming of Age, Liver Spots & All."
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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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