Jeremy D. Goodwin, St. Louis Public Radio

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Past articles by Jeremy:

St. Louis gives restored historical papers to descendant of Dred and Harriet Scott

The City of St. Louis presented copies of key documents about the lives of Dred and Harriet Scott to Lynne Jackson, a descendant of the Scotts and founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation. They include materials that have been freshly restored and digitized. → Read More

Music at the Intersection has tributes to Tina Turner, Albert King and Montez Coleman

The Music at the Intersection festival will include Lady J Huston playing the music of Albert King, Seviin Li paying tribute to Tina Turner and a large group of jazz musicians exploring the legacy of drummer Montez Coleman. → Read More

In its second year, Music at the Intersection in St. Louis will get bigger and louder

The Music at the Intersection festival will feature four stages and more than 40 vendors, following a mini-music conference designed to push the local music scene forward. → Read More

Jazz St. Louis picks musician Victor Goines as its president and CEO

Victor Goines, a longtime member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and distinguished educator, will lead Jazz at St. Louis. → Read More

FEMA workers walk through St. Louis neighborhoods, registering people for flood aid

Five teams of Federal Emergency Management Agency staff members walked through neighborhoods in St. Louis, St. Louis County and St. Charles County on Wednesday. They are inviting people to register with the agency for possible flood assistance. → Read More

LouFest to pay $1 million to sound company for damaging its reputation

Logic Systems, a Valley Park-based sound and lighting company, successfully sued LouFest producer Listen Live Entertainment for defamation after the festival's leaders accused the vendor of sabotaging the event. → Read More

St. Louis Holocaust Museum gets $1 million to teach people to speak out against bigotry

The contribution by the Tilles Foundation will fund an impact lab devoted to helping people respond in practical ways to bigotry and hate. → Read More

Mike Rivard’s journey toward healing, captured in the grooves of Club d’Elf’s new album

“You Never Know,” out Friday, is not a declaration of victory over mental illness, but a deeply felt expression of endurance after Rivard's near-death experience and struggles with depression. → Read More

Ferguson native Keyon Harrold combines activism and music in role with Jazz St. Louis

The trumpeter and bandleader plays at Jazz St. Louis through Sunday. → Read More

Béla Fleck, long a bluegrass innovator, will go back to his roots at the Sheldon

The banjo innovator is touring behind his first bluegrass album in 22 years. → Read More

$1.5 million grant will help the International Institute resettle more Afghan refugees

The donation by Pershing Charitable Trust will go toward the $3.5 million the International Institute aims to raise. → Read More

Survivors of Cold War-era experiments on Black St. Louisans speak out in documentary

"Target: St. Louis Vol. 1" features stories from people who inhaled a harmful chemical compound that the federal government sprayed into Black neighborhoods for years. → Read More

Kranzberg residency program expands to include visual artists, writers and musicians

The Kranzberg residency program grows beyond musicians to include artists, writers and filmmaker. They will receive training, work space and performance opportunities. → Read More

As Min Jung Kim takes over at SLAM, she has one eye on the past and one on the future

Min Jung Kim, director of the St. Louis Art Museum, said museum leaders must seek the perspectives of a diverse group of people, including those whom institutions have long excluded. → Read More

Emily Pulitzer donates treasure trove of art to the St. Louis Art Museum

The donation will include works by Picasso, Miró and other major artists. → Read More

Ranky Tanky will celebrate Gullah music with a modern twist in show at the Sheldon

The band’s upbeat music is rooted in the rhythms of the Black church and a respect for tradition that includes room for innovation. → Read More

Artists of color decide who gets attention in Search Party magazine

Search Party will include contributions from musicians, photographers, fine artists and other Black creatives working in all fields. → Read More

Arts & Education Council grants $120,000 to help heal trauma in St. Louis through the arts

The grant money supports organizations taking innovative approaches to heal trauma among individuals and communities. → Read More

St. Louis Zoo names Dwight Scott, head of San Diego Zoo, as its next president

Dwight Scott is a Missouri native who has been executive director of the San Diego Zoo since 2013. St. Louis Zoo leaders said Scott will complete its expansion into north St. Louis County. → Read More

St. Louis Bandleader Ryan Marquez Leads 20 Friends To Musical “Unity” On New Album

On his jazz-pop album “Saint Unity,” songwriter Ryan Marquez combines original material with interpretations of songs by the Beatles, No Doubt and other groups. → Read More