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Brew in the Lou: Brewing History of St. Louis

Tue., March 26, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
phone 314-862-4959
www.stloasis.org

The history of brewing in St. Louis goes further back in history than the iconic Anheuser Busch. For 200 years, dozens of breweries have come and gone, including famous names such as Lemp and Falstaff. In this two-session class, we will learn about the history of the earliest and long forgotten breweries in St. Louis, their use of the caves lying underneath the city, and how the history of brewing beer has changed the face of the Gateway City. Date: 3/26/2019 – 4/2/2019 Sessions: Two (2) Time: 10 am to 12 Center of Clayton 50 Gay Ave, Clayton, MO 63105 $40

Center of Clayton (map)
50 Gay Ave.
Clayton
phone 314-290-8500

Race at the Forefront: Sharpening a Focus on Race in Applied Research

Thu., March 28, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Fri., March 29, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
phone 314-935-7433
csd@wustl.edu
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​The Collaboration on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America (CRISMA) will host its inaugural conference by convening scholars who study the impact of inequality and structural racism on people of color in the United States. The conference will bring together talented scholars working toward the elimination of racial inequalities in social, economic, and health outcomes. This event will be in the Clark-Fox Forum in Hillman Hall at the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. Free

https://csd.wustl.edu/crisma-conference-race-at-the-forefront-sharpening-a-focus-on-race-in-applied-research/
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Discover Young Lincoln

Thu., March 28, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
phone 314-862-4859
tduckett@oasisnet.org

Discover Young Lincoln After studying and writing about Abraham Lincoln for years, including journal articles in historical magazines like Gateway Heritage, a series of op-ed pieces in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and teaching a course on Lincoln at Washington University, Jan Jacobi has published a book. Hear about his eight-year labor of love to create a first-person, fictional account of the president’s early life. Date: 3/28/2019 Fee: $10 Time: 10:30 am to 11:30 To register or learn more, contact Oasis at 314.862.4859 ext. 24 or visit www.stloasis.org. $10

http://www.oasisnet.org
Center of Clayton (map)
50 Gay Ave.
Clayton
phone 314-290-8500

Great Decisions Lecture: The Rise of Populism in Europe

Thu., March 28, 12-1:30 p.m.

Mass migration, and the problems associated with it have directly abetted the rise of populist parties in Europe. Opposition to immigration was the prime driver of support for Brexit, it brought a far-right party to the German Bundestag for the first time since the 1950s, and propelled Marine Le Pen to win a third of the vote in the French presidential election. In addition to calling for stronger borders, however, these parties are invariably illiberal, anti-American, anti-NATO and pro-Kremlin, making their rise a matter of serious concern for the national security interests of the United States. Free

Ethical Society of St. Louis (map)
9001 Clayton Rd
Richmond Heights
phone 314-991-0955

Mass Incarceration Forum Series: The Injustice of Innocence

Thu., March 28, 5-7 p.m.
phone 314-652-8062
mollypoe@gmail.com
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Why are so many people unjustly incarcerated? Hear from lawyers, activists, and formerly incarcerated individuals as we discuss wrongful convictions, cash bail, and plea deals. Co-hosted by Midwest Innocence Project, Criminal Justice Ministry, The Bail Project, Clark-Fox Family Foundation, and SLU. Free

http://www.cjmstlouis.org/cjmevents
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Il Monastero (map)
3050 Olive St.
St. Louis - Midtown
phone 314-977-6338

Urban Chestnut's Lager Summit 2019

Sun., March 31, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
phone 314-222-0143
info@urbanchestnut.com
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Sample a variety of Lagers crafted by breweries from across the country renowned for their world-class Lagers, and attend talks about brewing history, lagering caves, hops, and more! $25 ($32+tax day of)

http://urbanchestnut.com/lagersummit-2019/
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Great Decisions Lecture: Decoding U.S.-China Trade

Thu., April 4, 12-1:30 p.m.

Though arguably the most advanced economy in the world, the United States still uses centuries-old numbers to measure trade. These antique numbers mangle understanding of the U.S.-China trade relationship, shrinking America’s true economic size and competitiveness, while swelling China’s. Bad numbers give rise to bad policies that ultimately kill U.S. jobs and cede market share to China. What other tools can the United States employ to counter China’s unfair trade practices? There are several available, yet they remain mostly unused. Free

Ethical Society of St. Louis (map)
9001 Clayton Rd
Richmond Heights
phone 314-991-0955

Unmasking The Genius of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut

Sun., April 7, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
phone 314-727-3150
jbo4711167@aol.com
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Eyes Wide Shut is a 1999 erotic mystery thriller directed by Stanley Kubrick who died of a massive heart attack just 6 days after screening the final cut of this, his final film. Kubrick co-wrote the script with Frederic Raphael which they adapted from Arthur Schnitzler's 1926 novella Traumnovelle (or Dream Story). We will start this meeting with a video and afterwards everyone is welcome to comment on the video and contribute his or her own thoughts on the film. Thanks. Free

https://www.meetup.com/Movie-Talk-Meetup-Group/events/260067004/
University City Public Library (map)
6701 Delmar Blvd.
Delmar/ The Loop
phone 314-727-3150

Brittany Packnett -- Clark Lecture

Sun., April 7, 7-8:30 p.m.
phone 314-361-0595
lyhunt56@aol.com
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First Unitarian Church of St. Louis is pleased to announce that Brittany Packnett, activist – educator – writer, is the 2019 Clark Lecturer. The Clark Lecture is an annual event which brings leaders of opinion and thought to the St. Louis community.  Brittany Packnett will speak on the topic of ‘Love & Power.’ Brittany Packnett is an award winning national leader in social justice. Cited by President Barack Obama as a leader whose "voice is going to be making a difference for years to come," Brittany is an unapologetic educator, organizer, writer, and speaker. Free -- Advance tickets are strongly recommended.

https://www.firstuustlouis.org/
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First Unitarian Church (map)
5007 Waterman Blvd.
St. Louis - Midtown
phone 314-361-0595

Great Decisions Lecture: Cyber Conflict and Geopolitics

Thu., April 11, 12-1:30 p.m.

Cyber conflict is a new and continually developing threat, which can include foreign interference in elections, industrial sabotage and attacks on infrastructure. Russia has been accused of interfering in the 2016 presidential elections in the United States and China is highly committed to using cyberspace as a tool of national policy. Dealing with cyber conflict will require new ways of looking at 21st century warfare. Is the United States prepared to respond to such threats? Free

Ethical Society of St. Louis (map)
9001 Clayton Rd
Richmond Heights
phone 314-991-0955

Facing Segregation: Building Strategies in Every Neighborhood

Fri., April 12, 8:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
phone 314-935-7433
erisch@ehoc-stl.org

Join the Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council (EHOC) and the Center for Social Development (CSD) for the 2019 Annual Fair Housing Conference! Featuring an action-oriented agenda, the conference will highlight a new book titled Facing Segregation: Housing Policy Solutions for a Stronger Society edited by Molly Metzger, Assistant Professor at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and faculty director for Inclusive Housing at CSD, and Henry Webber, Executive Vice Chancellor for Administration at Washington University. This conference will bring national and local experts for keynotes and afternoon workshops. $15 – $40

https://csd.wustl.edu/facing-segregation-building-strategies-in-every-neighborhood-ehoc-annual-fair-housing-conference/
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Central Baptist Church (map)
2842 Washington Blvd.
St. Louis - Midtown
phone 314-533-0747

Magical Realism: Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House

Fri., April 12, 7-8 p.m.
phone 314-822-8359
info@ebsworthpark.org

Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Los Angeles commission and an ode to the freedom and natural beauty of California. Built in 1921 for an oil heiress, its eclectic style combines Mayan Revival, Early Modernism, and Wright’s own Prairie Style. On Friday, April 12, Jeffrey Herr, Curator of Hollyhock, will speak about the magical Hollyhock House and its recent $4.3M restoration. Free

http://www.ebsworthpark.org
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Great Decisions Lecture: The United States and Mexico - Partnership Tested

Thu., April 18, 12-1:30 p.m.

The United States and Mexico have a long, intertwined history, with both countries prominently featured in each other’s politics and agendas. The war on drugs, immigration and trade issues have taxed the relationship over the years. What impact will new leadership in both countries have on this crucial partnership? Free

Ethical Society of St. Louis (map)
9001 Clayton Rd
Richmond Heights
phone 314-991-0955

Speaker: NiNi Harris

Thu., April 18, 5:30-7 p.m.
phone 314-421-4689
info@fieldhousemuseum.org
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Explore some of Downtown St. Louis’ most iconic sites through their multiple incarnations with guest speaker NiNi Harris, author of “This Used to be St. Louis.” Located just one block south of Busch Stadium, and built in 1845, the Field House Museum is one of many historic sites still standing in the heart of the city and is honored to host Harris for this presentation reflecting our own history. We invite you to join us as Harris takes guests on a journey to the past of Downtown St. Louis, one of the most influential cities in American history. $10

https://fieldhousemuseum.org/event/author-talk-nini-harris/?instance_id=2363
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Field House Museum (map)
634 S. Broadway
St. Louis - Downtown
phone 314-421-4689

Great Decisions Lecture: State of the State Department and Diplomacy

Thu., April 25, 12-1:30 p.m.

During the Trump administration, the usual ways of conducting diplomacy have been upended. Many positions in the State Department have never been filled, and meetings with foreign leaders such as Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin have been undertaken with little advance planning. What effect are these changes having now, and how will they affect ongoing relationships between the United States and its allies and adversaries? Free

Ethical Society of St. Louis (map)
9001 Clayton Rd
Richmond Heights
phone 314-991-0955
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