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 First, Chief Thomas Jackson placed tooting his own horn and the restoration of the damaged reputation of his Ferguson Police Department due to all the negative feedback regarding the over militarization of his police force , and the 8/15/14 early release of the Michael Brown’s convenient store theft video,   before the well being of the community he serviced.  1,392 more words

Macro versus Micro - How Beer is made in GIF's

St. Louis Public Radio has put together an interesting set of animated GIFs that show side-by-side comparisons of Budweiser’s 15 million-barrels-per-year brewing operation and Perennial Artisan Ales’ much more hands-on setup. 199 more words


Keeping camels, and their keepers, free of disease in Kenya, where 'raw' camel milk is becoming popular

Camels cover dozens of kilometres in search of water; average distances to watering points in the outskirts of Marsabit and Moyale, in the upper east corner of Kenya, run into dozens of kilometres (photo by Ann Weru/IRIN www.irinnews.org). 449 more words


Andy Carvin - Twitter Kingpin

To mark the 7th anniversary of Twitter, St. Louis Public Radio welcomed NPR’s Tweet Kingpin Andy Carvin to speak on all things journalism, revolutions and social media last Thursday evening as part of their “…and the kitchen sink series.” 631 more words


Study: Trolley Would Benefit St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (AP) – A new feasibility study suggests a modern streetcar line could be beneficial for St. Louis.

St. Louis Public Radio reports that the study performed for the Partnership for Downtown St. 105 more words