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State of the Arts

Battle of the Boards-World Chess HOF

Soldiers in World War II used chess to pass the time and as a means of survival. The World Chess Hall of Fame examines the role of chess in the great war.

State of the Arts takes you inside the newly reopened Pulitzer Arts Foundation building in Grand Center. The building was designed by renowned architect Tadao Ando and now features expanded gallery space on the lower level. Find out more about that, plus see a lineup of stories that take you behind the scenes with St. Louis's gifted artists, performers and writers.

Battle of the Boards-World Chess HOF

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Mary Engelbreit

Nationally renowned artist Mary Engelbreit talks about her cards, calendars and books as well as her new social justice artwork and Mary Engeldark collection

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Survivor Story: 40th Anniversary for the Riverfront Times

This Fall the Riverfront Times reaches its 40th anniversary. For a weekly paper in today's media environment, it's a big accomplishment. It's a survivor story.

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Jewelry & Glass Mosaic Artist Can Create Art On Any Object

Most people might look at jewelry as a stylish accessory but Barbara Lillis sees it as art. Julie Tristan show us how she creates on anything and everything!

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Unique Local Art Courtesy of St. Lou Fringe

St. Lou Fringe is a multi-day arts festival in August that celebrates a wide variety of independent artists.

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Songs 4 Soldiers

Songs 4 Soldiers helps combat veterans with expenses, jobs and more. Founder, Dustin Row, produces an annual fundraising concert. This year - Bret Michaels!

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am