My guest on this episode, Mary Wissinger, is a woman of numerous creative talents.
Have a listen as Mary explains what led her to St. Louis along with what keeps her and her husband Steve staying in the St. Louis area. We also dive in to what it is like to be a children’s book author, how Mary got a position in the Saint Louis Symphony Chorus and even why she enjoys doing improv.
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Guest Faves of St. Louis
- Favorite St. Louis attraction – Tower Grove Park
- Favorite restaurant – Civil Life Brewery
- Favorite thing about St. Louis – Very friendly city with a lot of supportive people willing to help
- What would you like to see St. Louis change? – Fix the potholes, roads and sidewalks
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St. Louis “Did You Know?” bits
- June 5, 1937 – Stan Musial signed his first contract with the St. Louis Cardinals while still in High School.
- June 14, 1905 – W.B. West completed the first automobile drive from St. Louis to Columbia, MO. The drive took approximately 14 and 1/2 hours to complete compared to approximately 1 hour and 55 minutes today.
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