career

Rising Stars

Women business owners in St. Louis are drawing more funding and attention than ever before while giving other women a…

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Urban Oasis

Theo Smith thought he’d become an urban planner, but Kennedy Forest in Forest Park beckoned.

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Culture

Career Center

New industries in St. Louis are helping to fuel Missouri’s rise in employment opportunities.

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Innovation Destination

OPO Startups founder Randy Schilling boosts Main Street St. Charles by connecting local tech, retail and service communities.

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Randy Schilling

Midwest Millennials

Post-grads are learning that St. Louis’s low cost of living means more money for business and leisure.

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Niche of Time

John Clark and Masterclock keep the world in sync.

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Masterclock CEO John Clark examines a time-keeping device.

Keys to the Community

Kayia Baker and Pianos for People are changing lives one note at a time.

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Community

Game On

With dozens of studios, courses and events, St. Louis is becoming the nation’s next video game development hot spot.

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Work
Graphite Lab employees

Food for Thought

The Chicago Tribune is impressed with the St. Louis dining scene, but there’s plenty more for the newspaper to discover.

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Culture
Qui Tran from Nudo House

Speaking the Language

St. Louis is positioning job seekers for global opportunities.

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Bilingual resident

Family Matters

Angie Smart is an accomplished violinist with the St. Louis Symphony – a career her son Theo Bockhorst might want,…

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Culture
Angie Smart and Theo Bockhorst rehearse in the green room at Powell Hall.

Bass-ic Instinct

Tonina’s passion for the low notes is creating a hum in St. Louis.

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Culture