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50 Years of Good Vibrations

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The Beach Boys Celebrate their Anniversary on Tour

50 Years of Good Vibrations

“Maybe if we think and wish and hope and pray it might come true. . .” No truer words were ever spoken, or sung in this case, by fans of The Beach Boys all over the world as they wait for the original surfer dudes to reach their cities on the band’s 50th Anniversary Tour, singing the songs that have become the world’s soundtrack for summer. The Beach Boys made a stop in St. Charles for a sold out show at the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts on Valentine’s Day.

See Your Baby’s Heartbeat, Your Loved One’s Voice

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Soundwave Art Takes Sound to a New Dimension!

See Your Baby’s Heartbeat, Your Loved One’s Voice

Justin Donahue’s computer antics may just be his one-way ticket to living the American dream.

“I wanted to see what my name looked like in a sound wave,” he said. “After I saw it, I thought other people might like it, too.”

Well, as it turns out, they did — a lot. Donahue and his business partner Mike LaTour have created a business from Donahue’s curiosity called Soundwave Art, and it’s gone global. They’re making art out of sound.

Working Toward A Future Where Cancer Is Less Daunting

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How Immunophotonics is creating new inroads for battling this disease

Working Toward A Future  Where Cancer Is Less Daunting

Everyone hates shots — but not this one.  A St. Louis-based start-up, headquartered in the Central West End, is developing a vaccine that may have the potential to essentially make a person allergic to his or her own cancer.

A Tribute To Ed Pundmann, Jr.

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A Tribute To Ed Pundmann, Jr.

A man of integrity, discipline and heart

It is said that a person has not lived until he has done something for someone who can never repay him. If that’s true, Edward J. “Ed” Pundmann, Jr. lived like a king.  

 

 

Learning Lessons From A Hero:

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An Interview with Captain Michael Abrashoff

Learning Lessons From A Hero:

In my inaugural article with StreetScape Magazine, I wanted to bring readers ideas on leadership skills and principles they can use right away. In my profession as a professional speaker and leadership development coach, I have had the opportunity to interact with some of the best minds in personal development and leadership coaching in the world. As such, I could think of no better person to discuss leadership with than Capt. Michael Abrashoff. In less than a year, Abrashoff took one of the bottom-ranked ships, the USS Benfold, to number one in the Pacific Fleet during the Persian Gulf crisis. He did this using practical leadership principles anyone leading a team can implement almost immediately.

Saint Charles Is Going GREEN

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Missouri’s FIRST Full-Service Construction and Demolition Recycling Plant

Saint Charles Is Going GREEN

Most new home construction projects generate between three and five tons of waste, according to John Davis, owner of Landfill Environmental Diversion & Reclamation (L.E.D.R. LLC).  That trash can include anything from wood to drywall to packaging material.

Wamhoff Financial Planning & Accounting

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40 Years of Helping Clients Reach their Financial Goals

Wamhoff Financial Planning & Accounting

“When you’ve been in business for 40 years, you’ve seen a lot of things,” Bob Wamhoff begins as he settles in to tell the story of his firm, Wamhoff Financial Planning & Accounting Services, a business he founded in 1975 at the age of 25.

Run for The Wall

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Run for The Wall

For the 27th year – every year since its inception – Wentzville, Mo., will host the hundreds of riders participating in the Run for the Wall on their way to the nation’s capitol to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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