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Career Center

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

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Shared Solutions

Through Odd Couples Housing, John Levis is tackling local lodging issues by pairing senior and millennial roommates.

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Community
“We think this idea has legs to expand to other communities,” founder John Levis says of Odd Couples Housing.

Sweet Dreams

La Patisserie Chouquette co-owner and executive pastry chef Simone Faure has become the maven of macarons in St. Louis.

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Cool Rider

Sump Motorcycle owner and mechanic Mike Henneberry just might love your bike even more than you do.

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Sump Motorcycles

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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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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Open Invitation

The tech community in St. Louis is reaching out to diverse groups, and the nation is taking notice.

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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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Barrelling Along

Creating barrel-aged beard oils helped Jeremy Allen Stanton rediscover his fire.

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Worldwide Pride

Julio Zegarra-Ballon’s colorful fair trade merchandise supports artisans around the globe with a living wage.

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Zee Bee Market owner Julio Zegarra-Ballon has storefronts on South Grand and in Maplewood.