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Pride Pages and Gateway Business Guild Host 4th ‘Mix It Up’ Event

The social event for queer professionals and allies held in a safe environments with access to public transportation is back this month. The event will be held at​ Rooster South Grand, 3150 S Grand Blvd, on January 18 from 5:30pm – 8:30pm. The purpose of these events is to build a community of connected strong queer professionals. […]

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The Monsanto Fund Awards $25,000 to the Arts and Education Council

Grant Supports A&E’s Monsanto Fund Rural Community Arts Education Program The Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis (A&E) announced today receipt of a $25,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund to support arts programs in our region’s rural communities. Established in 2007, the Monsanto Fund Rural Community Arts Education Program brings artists and entertainers […]

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Initiative Petitions Relating to Legalizing Marijuana Approved for Circulation

Secretary of State Jason Kander today announced two initiative petitions relating to legalizing marijuana met state standards for circulation. The official ballot title for initiative petition 2018-090 reads: Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to: legalize marijuana for personal, medical, and commercial purposes for persons 21 years or older; allow the use of marijuana for medical […]

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Kander Highlights Accomplishments as Missouri’s 39th Secretary of State

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander released a report on the work his office has done for Missourians over the past four years.  The report features the accomplishments Kander announced on his first day, his hundredth day, and throughout the rest of his term, including numerous pieces of legislation championed by Kander that became law. […]

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‘Sanctuary Restaurants’ Movement Launches To Promote Hate- And Discrimination-Free Workplaces

ROC United, Presente.org, COLORS Restaurants, and Other Restaurants Announce the Sanctuary Restaurants Movement To Resist Hate And Harassment In Restaurant Industry A joint project of ROC United and Presente.org, with participation by COLORS Restaurants and dozens of others around the nation, the Sanctuary Restaurants movement offers support and resources to restaurant workers, employers and consumers impacted […]

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Airlines’ Methods for Flight Disruption Compensation Payouts Hurting Profitability

Intelenet® Global Services introduces iCAN™  to reduce payment processing costs and improve customer satisfaction.  Flight cancelations and delays continue to be a major issue for both airline carriers and their customers.  According to a report issued by U.S. Department of Transportation, airlines canceled 1.7 percent of their scheduled flights in December 2015, up 0.3 percent from […]

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2017 Legislative Session Begins With Four Pre-Filed Anti-LGBT Bills

Jefferson City — Missouri’s legislative session begins today. Four blatantly anti-LGBT bills have been pre-filed in December. The language of the two anti-transgender bills include restricting public restroom or school restroom use by transgender individuals. These bills are SB 98 (Sen. Emery) and HB 202 (Rep. Pogue). Similar versions of these same bills were filed […]

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Regional Arts Commission Announces 2016 Place-Based Community Arts Training Institute Fellows

The Regional Arts Commission (RAC), the region’s largest annual funder of the arts dedicated to the cultivation, promotion, and fostering of cultural programming in the St. Louis area, is pleased to announce the graduation of 15 Fellows from its 4th Place-Based Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute held August-October 2016. Now in its 19th year, the […]

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