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    Beyonce may have arrived late to the Grammy awards show, but she didn't miss her historic moment. She was seated in the audience when her win for best dance / electronic music album for "Rennaisance," was announced, and she paused to take it all in before rising and accepting the award which…

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    Juliet Iwelunmor, Ph.D., professor of global health and behavioral science and health education at Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice, is using her experience empowering youth in Nigeria to identify young people in the United States seeking to become a new …

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    Acting Assistant for Global Public Affairs Secretary of State Elizabeth Trudeau visited the region on Jan. 27 and specifically shared time with Black journalists because “I want to know what’s going on in St. Louis.”

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    St. Louis Director of Health Dr. Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davis, Department of Health staff, the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) team, and the City of St. Louis Department of Personnel will host a virtual job fair on Thursday, February 9.

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    Kirkwood enters February with a 17-0 record and two tournament championships. The Pioneers were dominant in a 57-39 win over DeSmet to clinch Circle 7 Ranch Tournament at Parkway West. KHS also won the championship of the Don Maurer Holiday Tournament at MICDS in late December.

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    I normally think of my columns as independent of one another, but occasionally I realize I’ve written a series of columns that individually stand alone but could also be considered variations on the same theme. I’d like to extend the themes of a couple of recent columns to really emphasize h…