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Beth Kobliner is author of "Make Your Kid A Money Genius."
Kelly Moffitt | St. Louis Public Radio

On Monday’s St. Louis on the Air, host Don Marsh heard from Beth Kobliner, a financial journalist, who recently published “Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You’re Not): A Parents’ Guide for Kids 3 to 23.” Previously, Kobliner published the New York Times bestseller “Get A Financial Life.”

Should financial conversations with your children really start as early as age three? For Kobliner, the answer is an emphatic ‘yes.’

Arts and Education Council launches new crowd-funding platform

Aug 12, 2016
Provided by Phaedra Phestival. Photo by Wilson Webel.
Provided by Phaedra Phestival. Photo by Wilson Webel.

The Arts and Education Council has launched a new crowd-sourcing platform called stARTup-StL  aimed at uniting its existing donor base, new donors and arts projects in the metro area. 

Much like Kickstarter or Indiegogo, the fundraising tool will help organizations and individuals raise money. But fees are far less than those charged by larger services. The council will only collect credit card fees for processing donations. All other funds will stay in the St. Louis region.

Harley Spiller's coin collection
Alex Heuer

Do you know whose portrait appears on the $10,000 bill? Or, how about the $100,000 bill?

Although they’re no longer produced by the Federal Reserve, President Woodrow Wilson’s face is on the $100,000 bill and it was only circulated internally within the federal government.

Snapshots: All about the Benjamin

May 24, 2013
Money Museum
Sam Washburn | St. Louis Beacon | 2013

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: In Snapshots, illustrator Sam Washburn looks at a regional place or thing that has caught his attention. Recently he checked out the Newman Money Museum at Washington University.

It has a quirky pseudo-robot Ben Franklin in the basement that is essentially a TV screen projected into a plastic shell head, and age has caused the color to be, well, interesting.

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, Dec. 14, 2011 - You rarely hear the words "wealth" and "burden" in the same sentence. Charles Lowenhaupt is out to change all that.

Lowenhaupt, a third-generation money manager who runs his own firm, Lowenhaupt Global Advisors in downtown St. Louis, is co-author of a new book, "Freedom from Wealth," written with Donald Trone.