This is a work of creative fiction by Erica Van Buren.
When my husband and I decided to make the move from St. Louis, Mo. to St. Joseph, Mo. it took some convincing. I mean, I really had to pull out every trick I had […]
After accepting a job opportunity in Boca Raton, Florida it hit me, coming from the Midwest to Sunny Florida was going to be a huge culture shock. But I knew one thing for sure, no […]
In Michael Eric Dyson’s Tears We CanNot Stop; A Sermon To White America, Dyson tackles race by way of preaching, which is the central theme of the book. This is a cry out to White America […]
Recently I decided to take my newly purchased camera on a trip through the past. The city of St. Louis is full of history, culture and in so many ways significant to the people of the […]
Black Lives Matter signs are placed in the yards of community residents all over the city. Black lives do matter and now is the time to get to the root of the issue. We really need […]
On August 27th I grabbed a green tea at Kayak’s Café at 270 N. Skinker Blvd. with Jennifer Colten, senior lecturer in photography at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington […]
On Wednesday August 12th at the University City Public Library author DuEwa Frazier introduced her young adult novel “Deanne in the Middle”. The novel transports its audience to the drama filled world of High School, […]
There’s still hope for our community. We all have to do our part and get involved. We owe it to the next generation.