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report reply print email Source: Editorial: St. Louis Poet Jane Ellen Ibur
Wonder Woman Jane
August 30, 2015 | 07:19 PM

Jane, you never cease to amaze me. I knew you were a unique and caring spirit from the time I spent in the Regional Arts Commission CAT sessions. I am truly looking forward to reading your latest gift of poetry!

Paulette Sankofa
St Louis
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All Lives Matter
August 30, 2015 | 05:43 PM

Excellent commentary Leigh Stevens! The real message should always read "all lives matter"!

Jenny O
Webster Groves
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August 30, 2015 | 11:45 AM


Sondra M. Seiler
St Louis
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So proud of you, Janie!
August 30, 2015 | 05:37 AM

yes, see!

Janie, you have earned every accolade that comes your way. This beautiful article is only the tip of the iceberg. You are a gift to your community. students, and friends. "Both Wings Flappin', Still Not Flyin'"is a book for our times and a book for all times. You touch what is essential in humanity with humor, courage, and precision.

Love you!

Richard Fox
Worcester MA
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Janie, you ROCK!
August 30, 2015 | 03:25 AM

I met Jane thru Regional Arts, then, as CAT Institute launched its pilot, i was selected to be a fellow. I am so proud of you & though i don't see you as often as i would like-still count you among my closest friends! Love you!

Kim Hassel
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Concepts for Kirkwood Community Center
August 29, 2015 | 09:22 AM

As the Kirkwood City Council moves forward with the beginning decisions regarding the proposed renovation of the Kirkwood Community Center, it is my sincere hope that the Council considers the impact of live theatre in the lives of Kirkwood residents: Careers launched, skills taught, friendships made, experiences had, bucket lists completed, restaurants and businesses supported and pride in the fact that theatre is alive and well in Kirkwood. In other words, it is a huge part of a community-building factor in Kirkwood and its surrounding areas. There are a multitude of factors the City Council faces when making this decision. This renovation will affect Kirkwood and its residents for many years to come. I know they will make the right decisions and do what is best for our all residents.

Cherol Bowman Thibaut
Kirkwood Theatre Guild

Cherol Thibaut, President, Kirkwood Theatre Guil
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