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St. Louis firefighter Don Lewis adjusted the mask he just placed on a sculpture of former St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame right fielder Enos Slaughter at Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis on Thursday, September 3. The fire department assisted the St. Louis Arts Chamber of Commerce in inst…

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Ebony G. Patterson was speaking by phone from her mother’s home in Kingston, Jamaica, discussing why it is so difficult to experience her complex, three-dimensional, mixed-media art work by looking at photographs of it, when she was interrupted, she said, by the sound of “a man cutting the garden.”

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Muhammad “Mvstermind” Austin has opened up for Travis Scott, Chance the Rapper, Lupe Fiasco, G-Eazy and more. He has been labeled as a Tidal Rising Artist and one of NPR’s 20 Artists to Watch in the entire world. He attributes his success to hard work, consistency and the love from St. Louis.

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Economic disparities for Black-owned businesses is an issue that protest leader, organizer and entrepreneur Ohun Ashe has addressed with her website For the Culture STL (fortheculturestl.com). The site highlights Black-owned businesses, events and services in the St. Louis region. 

The UrbArts organization’s youth poetry slam team won their second championship when they competed during the 23rd Annual Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival last week. Like many festivals, Brave New Voices was scheduled to take place in Washington D.C. until the COVID-…

Six years ago in Ferguson, whispers were shared from ear to ear as a line of protestors prepared for an action. A piece of piece of paper was handed down from person to person. They were given the instruction of writing the phone number that appeared on the paper on their forearm with a shar…