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Kansas City Museum Will Take Young Readers Down the Rabbit hOle in 2020

According to 2017 data collected by the US Department of Education, 63 percent of fourth-graders read below a “proficient” achievement level, and low-income students face the highest risk of literacy problems. Read More

A new beginning for Bear Beginnings

When the Washington University in St. Louis Class of 2023 arrives Aug. 17, a Saturday, they will experience a nine-day Bear Beginnings orientation program that is more inclusive, more fun and, yes, more days. Read More

Travel: St. Louis in 12 Hours

Despite not being a major city by population, St. Louis holds its own against other larger cities with its tourist attractions, quirky foods, and iconic sites. Sports fans, foodies, and site-seers can all find activities within the city. Read More

With 'Creative Force,' A Huge Children's Book Museum Is Taking Shape In North Kansas City

Inside the Rabbit Hole, a national museum celebrating children's literature set to open in North Kansas City in March 2020, visitors will encounter something unexpected. Read More

Forget Paris, Visit St. Louis’ Many Attractions

It’s high season, and the world’s most famous sights are mobbed by tourists. The news media tell us overcrowding has reached the crisis stage. Read More