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St. Louis Shakespeare Festival's summer show in Forest Park typically draws about 40,000 people per year. [6/28/20]
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St. Louis Shakespeare Festival eyes a June 2 return to Forest Park for its first production of "King Lear," after canceling its 2020 show because of the coronavirus. The cast is composed entirely of artists of color.
We’ll listen back to our conversation with H.W. Brands. His new book contrasts how Abraham Lincoln and John Brown dealt with the evil of slavery. We’ll also learn about the key role St. Louis played in securing women the right to vote.
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David Kovaluk
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St. Louis Public Radio
County health centers and St. Louis-area hospital systems have launched online forms where people can pre-register to receive coronavirus vaccinations.