“I just want you to be true,” Annika Chambers sang into the microphone before passing it to the pint-sized blues fan she summoned from the audience. Chambers stooped down to the little girl’s level. When it was her turn, she fearlessly repeated Chambers – and waited for her turn to sing again.
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Harris-Stowe State University Athletic Director Dorianne Johnson announced former Olympian Garth Robinson as the new head track and field coach for the men’s and women’s programs.
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It’s official. St. Louis has landed an MLS franchise and the sport with a storied history here will return on a national level in 2022.
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In the online weight loss community, there are countless pictures of the “sugar shot” – men and women in grocery store or warehouse chain isles posing with food products representing how much weight they have lost. Lynnette Moore posted her own sugar shot recently – 63 pounds off and counting.
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