Something to smile about
Something to smile about
Boxing for better grades
Boxing for better grades
Spray-paint artist Paco Rosic adorns restaurant ceiling with Renaissance-like mural
Spray-paint artist Paco Rosic adorns restaurant ceiling with Renaissance-like mural
Hopscotch Music Festival 2011
Hopscotch Music Festival 2011
City Museum carries on its creator's legacy
City Museum carries on its creator's legacy
A whole world of instruments
A whole world of instruments
Stolen Future Trailer
Stolen Future Trailer
Stolen Future: Part 2, Some answers, but more questions
Stolen Future: Part 2, Some answers, but more questions
Buddhist monks promote peace through sacred art of sand mandala
Buddhist monks promote peace through sacred art of sand mandala
Losing leg, then her hearing doesn't stop Christina Stephens from reaching new heights
Losing leg, then her hearing doesn't stop Christina Stephens from reaching new heights
IndyCar fans embrace the race at Gateway Motorsports Park
IndyCar fans embrace the race at Gateway Motorsports Park
A sense of community pride thrives on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
A sense of community pride thrives on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Something to smile aboutJessica McDaniels, 32, of St. Louis, knew she needed oral surgery to fix her failing teeth, but was never able to afford the costly procedures. Then, a photo of her was posted on Facebook mocking her smile. The post was shared tens of thousands of times on Facebook, and thousands of commenters posted insulting remarks about her appearance and teeth. Upset after seeing the post, a friend created a GoFundMe account to help McDaniels. Then, an oral surgeon offered to perform the necessary treatments for free after seeing an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch detailing McDaniels' story.
Boxing for better gradesAustin Gonzalez, 14, of Fenton, talks about the Gloves 4 Grades program and how boxing has improved his life.
Spray-paint artist Paco Rosic adorns restaurant ceiling with Renaissance-like muralWatch spray-paint artist Paco Rosic as he paints the ceiling of a Benton Park restaurant with a Renaissance-like mural.
Hopscotch Music Festival 2011
City Museum carries on its creator's legacyCity Museum celebrated its 20th anniversary on Oct. 25, 2017. Longtime staff members remember creator Bob Cassilly, who died in 2011, and talk about how the staff has worked to further his legacy.
A whole world of instrumentsSPAH Harmonica Convention at the Renaissance Hotel in St. Louis, Aug. 6-9, 2014.
Stolen Future Trailer
Stolen Future: Part 2, Some answers, but more questionsLonni Schicker's whole life has changed since the first noticeable symptoms of dementia began five years ago, at the age of 58. A former professor, she quit her job after feeling she could no longer offer students her best. She now lives with her son and is learning to cope with the effects of a disease that is eroding her most precious attribute - her mind.
Buddhist monks promote peace through sacred art of sand mandalaBuddhist monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery in India spent three days at Webster University creating a sand mandala with the theme of world peace. It depicts a dove at the center of the earth surrounded by the symbols of many world religions, showing harmony between them. The monks stated that they specifically chose the theme of world peace because we are living in a turbulent time. Once finished, the monks destroy the mandala in a ceremony to represent the impermanence of life.
Losing leg, then her hearing doesn't stop Christina Stephens from reaching new heightsChristina Stephens, an occupational therapist, chose to have a below the knee amputation after an accident left her foot badly mangled. Before her surgery, she decided to create AmputeeOT, a YouTube channel where she offers tips for doing daily tasks, discusses some of the challenges of life with an amputation, and takes up new hobbies such as aerial silks acrobatics. About a year after her amputation, Stephens started losing her hearing. She also details that process in her YouTube channel.
IndyCar fans embrace the race at Gateway Motorsports ParkArea fans celebrate the return of IndyCar to the St. Louis area after a 14 year hiatus.
A sense of community pride thrives on Dr. Martin Luther King DriveAs the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King nears, two longtime businesses located on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive reflect on the legacy of the civil rights leader and the meaning of the street to the community.
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