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September 23, 2007 

Centene To Move Downtown 

Expects to bring 1,200 jobs downtown in the next 3-5 years. 

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September 21, 2007 

Freelance Opportunity 

The Bellwether Foundation is accepting bids to process the Wallace Herndon Smith
papers.  Smith (1901-1990) was a St. Louis architect turned painter.  His paintings are currently on exhibit at the Sheldon Art Galleries.  If you would like to evaluate the collection and submit a bid, please contact Curtis Blanchard at 314-520-7670. 

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September 19, 2007 

Public Art in Clayton 


A new public art project is going in this week in Clayton.  It is a sculpture by internationally recognized artist Alice Aycock.  Alice is installing it throughout the rest of the week.  This is a major commission for the City of Clayton .  And, interestingly, this is her third project to be installed this year - all projects in the midwest ( Kansas City International Airport in March and the Nashville waterfront in July).


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September 16, 2007 

Ayn Rand or an MBA? 

Think successful people only have wealth in common? There may be more. The New York Times' business page takes a look at the impact of Ayn Rand's (in)famous Atlas Shrugged.

Former Fed Chariman Alan Greespan is a fan. 

Posted by: at 10:29 am | Category: Business  |  Link & Discuss (0)

September 14, 2007 

Buffalo is 2nd; Guess who is 1st? 

Vacant properties per capita:  So Mayor Byron W. Brown recently unveiled a $100 million five-year plan to rip down 5,000 houses, about half of all the vacant houses in the city, which ranks second only to St. Louis in the percentage of vacant properties per capita nationwide.  

Posted by: at 10:29 am | Category: Housing  |  Link & Discuss (1)

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