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Listen to St. Louis Public Radio's long-form news features on-demand.

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Would 'Right To Farm' Ballot Question Protect Family Farms Or Ag Corporatio

7/6/2014
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Do Missouri’s farmers and ranchers need a constitutional amendment to continue their way of life, or does current law offer enough protection? That’s...

Duration: 00:03:24


Lager Calls For Ethics Reform As He Prepares To Leave Missouri Senate

5/28/2014
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Northwest Missouri will have a new state senator next year, as Brad Lager prepares to leave office. The Republican from Savannah can't run again because...

Duration: 00:17:17


St. Louis Elders Spur Boom In Care Facilities

5/4/2014
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Perhaps the most visible sign of St. Louis’ baby boomers growing old is the local construction surge of senior licensed care facilities. Over the past...

Duration: 00:03:38


What If Teddy Roosevelt Were President Now? A Conversation With Doris Kearn

4/30/2014
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How would Theodore Roosevelt govern if he were president today? Who better to ask than Doris Kearns Goodwin - a Pulitzer-Prize winning historian who has...

Duration: 00:13:29


Belleville Celebrates Its Bicentennial

3/4/2014
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Updated following the show. St. Louis is not the only local community celebrating an important milestone this year. Founded in 1814, Belleville,...

Duration: 00:50:22


Pard' My French: St. Louis' Peculiar Way Of Saying Local Street Names

2/27/2014
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St. Louis is unusual among American cities in having so many streets and places with French names. Over centuries, its residents have also adopted some...

Duration: 00:03:59


Happy 250th Birthday St. Louis! Let's Take A Walk Down Memory Lane (And A Q

2/13/2014
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On the 250th anniversary of the founding of St. Louis, we thought it appropriate to celebrate the people and events St. Louis has contributed to the...

Duration: 00:03:48


QUIZ! St. Louis At 250 What's What And Who In St. Louis

2/13/2014
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So, you think you know St. Louis? Take our highly unscientific quiz to see just how deep your St. Louis Soul is. Be sure to share your results with your...

Duration: 00:03:48


Aiming For Bacon: A Day At A Meat Shoot

12/9/2013
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The first thing you need to know about a meat shoot is that they don’t shoot animals. “That’s not a crazy question, you know, we get that a lot,” said...

Duration: 00:03:22


Will Trolleys Come Back To St. Louis' Loop?

11/12/2013
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Trolleys are making a comeback across the country from Seattle to Tampa with promises of economic development and walkable neighborhoods. In St. Louis...

Duration: 00:03:33


St. Louis Loses Resource For Moms Struggling To Cope After Childbirth

11/6/2013
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Ask any mother about the happiest moment of their life and they will most likely tell you ‘the birth of their child.' But for some women, the moments that

Duration: 00:03:52


Unloading The Recorder: Erin Williams Shares Her Thoughts After A Year In S

10/18/2013
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For the past year, St. Louis Public Radio producer Erin Williams has covered regional race matters, diversity and culture as part of an inaugural

Duration: 00:03:51


DESE Official Breaks Down Request For Fully Funding Missouri's K-12 Schools

10/1/2013
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Missouris public school leaders are hoping state lawmakers next year will fully fund the formula for the states K-12 school system, though they know the

Duration: 00:05:32


Missouri's 2013 Veto Session Begins Wednesday

9/9/2013
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The showdown between Missouri's Democratic Governor and the Republican-led General Assembly finally arrives this week, as lawmakers return to Jefferson

Duration: 00:03:44


Sweet Potato Project Seeks To Create Community In St. Louis From The Ground

8/30/2013
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Being an entrepreneur takes more than just having what you think is a “good product.” It takes marketing, development, being social, and most importantly,

How The Flood Of 1993 Impacted And Changed North Jefferson City, Rhineland

8/21/2013
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It's been twenty years since the Great Flood of '93 swelled the Missouri River to record-high crests. Since then, levees have been upgraded, flood

Duration: 00:03:37


20 Years Later: Sounds And Stories Of The Great Flood Of 1993

8/6/2013
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In what has become known in the St. Louis region as "The Great Flood of 1993," 20 years ago places where floodwaters had never been suddenly were

Duration: 00:08:13


St. Louis Record Company Goes Back To Basics With All Vinyl Format

7/29/2013
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Vinyl record to CD to mp3 to live streaming...and back? The evolution of music is one that has, pardon the pun, come full circle. At least that’s the case

Duration: 00:04:03


Mo. NEA President Chris Guinther Talks K-12 Funding & Common Core In Exit I

7/5/2013
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Chris Guinther is wrapping up her final month as President of the Missouri chapter of the National Education Association. She’s led the teachers’ union

Duration: 00:09:29


Dred Scott Descendant Lynne M. Jackson On Honoring Family Legacy And Learni

6/18/2013
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As the great-great granddaughter of Dred Scott, the slave whose decision to sue for his freedom led to the Supreme Court decision that African Americans

Duration: 00:03:39

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