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    "We want to be an option for families who feel like more project-based learning, more student choice, more independence is what their child needs,” says Kairos Academies co-founder Gavin Schiffres.

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    When the Loop Trolley finally rolls out of the station, it will be our first trolley system in more than 60 years. Here’s a closer look.

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    Yolanda’s grandma introduces her to a circle of women who have different stories that help her become a better person. The hats—“crowns”—they wear tell the stories and struggles of their lives.

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    Mueller scans the paper every morning, looking for kids who are hurting.

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    A member of the Mercury Wheel Club, John DeSmet Hurck raced bikes at the old fair grounds before they became Fairground Park.

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    St. Louis’ first izakaya serves up an impressive dish

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    Run by Strange Donuts co-founder Corey Smale and executive chef/partner Ryan McDonald, the retooled Chinese-American takeout–or–dine-in bistro specializes in small plates.

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    Longtime entrepreneurs John Barr and Kelley Hall-Barr branch into the restaurant biz.

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    Owner Frank Mormino served sandwiches so thick, they were the subject of a wire service story a few years after Europa 390 opened.

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    Executive chef RJ Xu created an inventive, accessible menu alongside general manager Benjamin Bauer, the mixology wizard with a loyal following from the former Libertine.

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    What’s new and notable this month

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    Restaurateur Munsok So on Kimchi Guys, VUE, and Laclede's Landing

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    This fall, he releases "The Faithful Spy: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Plot to Kill Hitler."

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    The Great Forest Park Balloon Glow and Race, LouFest, "Basquiat Before Basquiat," and more

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    Williams is a stalwart of the local jazz scene who's known as a stellar performer, teacher, and recording artist.

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    Coffee House Press releases Riker's debut novel this October.

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    George Wood-Smith's architectural wonder once stood on the river bluffs near Bee Tree Park.

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    The world has changed, and so has grade school. Now, kids start to learn coding, mindfulness, and engineering principles in kindergarten.

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    Payment plans, financial aid, and loans are among the options when it comes to covering private school tuition.

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    Tips and tales about finding the perfect fit

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