Watch Online | Living St. Louis | July 29, 2019
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1929 Space Race
Two pilots took off from Lambert Field in an attempt to set the world endurance record. They stayed in the air for nearly 18 days, supplied in the air with fuel and food, and performing engine maintenance without a parachute.
A shuttered mine today tells the story of Missouri’s lead belt and its importance to the state’s history and economy.
In Belleville, a group of dedicated musicians carries on the tradition started more than 150 years ago, when the Belleville Philharmonic was founded.
They don’t make headlines, but they’re important people with important jobs. Anne-Marie Berger discusses issues with a group of St. Louis-area moms.