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Your Questions About East St Louis Mo

August 24, 2013

Sandy asks…

How long would it take to drive from east to west across the US? Also how many miles would it be?

Administrator answers:

From NY to Los Angeles, it would take about 42 1/2 hrs total driving time. It would be about 2780 miles. The route would take you through NJ, PA, WV, OH, IN, IL, MO, OK, TX, NM, AZ, and CA.

Here is the general route:

I-78 W to I-81 S
I-76 W (PA Tpke) to I-70 W
Stay on I-70 W all the way to St. Louis, MO
I-55 S to I-44 W
Take I-44 W to Oklahoma City, OK
Take Kilpatrick Turnpike W to I-40 W
Stay on I-40 W through OK, TX, NM, AZ, and into CA.
I-40 W to I-15 S (at Barstow, CA)
I-10 W through downtown Los Angeles

Charles asks…

Is Wicked, the Musical, ever coming to Utah?

I heard that it was coming to Salt Lake City in summer of 2008, but my coworker said that it wouldn’t ever come because we didn’t have a big enough stage. Any info?

Administrator answers:

Sorry, right now it doesn’t seem like it…

Date City Venue

11/14/07 – 12/9/07 Hartford, CT The Bushnell Buy Tickets
12/12/07 – 1/6/08 St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre Buy Tickets
1/9/08 – 2/3/08 Cincinnati, OH Aronoff Center Buy Tickets
2/6/08 – 3/9/08 Cleveland, OH State Theatre Buy Tickets
3/12/08 – 4/6/08 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Broward Center Buy Tickets
4/9/08 – 4/20/08 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium Buy Tickets
4/23/08 – 5/4/08 Orlando, FL Bob Carr Performing Arts Center Buy Tickets
5/7/08 – 5/25/08 Kansas City, MO Music Hall Buy Tickets
5/28/08 – 6/15/08 Rochester, NY Auditorium Theatre Buy Tickets
6/18/08 – 7/13/08 Buffalo, NY Shea’s Performing Arts Center Buy Tickets
7/17/08 – 8/3/08 East Lansing, MI Wharton Center Buy Tickets

Helen asks…

How far is Lincoln, England from St Louis,MO?

Administrator answers:

Distance between Lincoln, Maine, United States and Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, as the crow flies:

1207 miles (1943 km) (1049 nautical miles)

Initial heading from Lincoln to Saint Louis:
west-southwest (255.1 degrees)
Initial heading from Saint Louis to Lincoln:
east-northeast (60.4 degrees)

Sharon asks…

How can i get a scholarship in New York?

Im Italian, living in London finishing my A levels next year.
I know i need SATS to get into USA universities.
So, i am trying to get a scholarship for college in New york.
I want to study photography, and ive been looking at TISCH, School of Visual Arts, and Parsons.
How can i get a scholarship? or financial aid?
Can you give me good websited where i can apply for scholarships or find more info.?
Thank you loads

Administrator answers:

I looked through a scholarship book, and here’s a scholarship opportunity I found related to photography, not restricted to US, and for high school students:

Larry Williams Photography and AYA Photo Contest
Email: acaap@appaloosa.com
Website: http://www.appaloosa.com
Eligibility: Applicants must submit multiple photographs in three divisions: 13 and under, 14 to 18 and 4H/FFA youths 18 and under.
How to apply: Applications are available online
Deadline: May 1

Here are some that are for international students in general:

CollegeWeekLive.com $3,500 Scholarship
Website: http://www.collegeweeklive.com
Eligibility: Applicants must be high school freshmen, sophomores,
juniors or seniors at the time of application and be international or
U.S. Students. Students must enroll no later than the fall of 2012 in an
accredited U.S. Post-secondary institution of higher education.
Deadline: March and November
How to apply: Applicants must submit an online short written response
(150 words or less) for the question: “Going to college is a big, important
step in one’s life. What are you looking forward to the most about
going college, and why?” More information is available at http://www.
Scholarshipexperts.com/showApp.htx?appId=10440&src=super

Chopin Piano Competition
Thomas Pniewski, Director of Cultural Affairs
Kosciuszko Foundation
15 East 65th Street
New York, NY 10021-6595
Phone: 212-734-2130 x214
Fax: 212-628-4552
Email: tompkf@aol.com
Website: http://www.kosciuszkofoundation.org
Purpose: To encourage young pianists to continue their studies and to
perform Polish composers’ works.
Eligibility: Applicants must be U.S. Citizens or permanent residents
or international full-time students with valid student visas and
must be between the ages of 16 and 22. Applicants are required to
prepare a repertoire of works by designated composers. There is a $50
nonrefundable application fee. It is highly recommended that you
research the scholarship and awarding organization before applying
for a scholarship with a fee. There are many scholarships that do not
require a fee.
Target applicant:
High school students
College students
Minimum GPA: None.
Amount: $1,500-$5,000.
Number of awards: 3.
Deadline: March 5.
How to apply: Applications are available online.

International Trumpet Guild Conference
Scholarship
International Trumpet Guild
John Irish, Department of Music
Angelo State University
ASU Station #10906
San Angelo, TX 76909
Email: confscholarships@trumpetguild.org
Website: http://www.trumpetguild.org
Purpose: To improve the artistic level of trumpet players.
Eligibility: Applicants must be students and record audition songs
onto a tape or CD. There are different age group categories, and each
category has its own performance requirements. Applicants must be
ITG members.
Target applicant:
Junior high students or younger
High school students
College students
Graduate school students
Adult students
Minimum GPA: None.
Amount: $200 + conference registration fee.
Number of awards: Varies.
Deadline: February 15.
How to apply: Applications are available online.

Optimist International Essay Contest
Optimist International
4494 Lindell Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-371-6000
Fax: 314-371-6006
Email: programs@optimist.org
Website: http://www.optimist.org
Purpose: To reward students based on their essay-writing skills.
Eligibility: Applicants must be under 19 years of age as of December
31 of the current school year and application must be made through a
local Optimist Club. The essay topic is, “I want to make a difference
because…” Applicants compete at the club, district and international
level. District winners receive a $650 scholarship, and three international
winners receive prizes up to $6,000. Scoring is based on organization,
vocabulary and style, grammar and punctuation, neatness and adherence
to the contest rules.
Target applicant:
High school students
Minimum GPA: None.
Amount: $650-$6,000.
Number of awards: Varies.
Deadline: February 28.
How to apply: Contact your local Optimist Club.

Yeah, so there basically aren’t a lot a scholarships (in the book that I looked through) that are for international students (a lot of them are only for US citizens/residents)…

Paul asks…

Do you know any good night clubs in st. louis for 18 and under?

Do you know any good night clubs in st. louis for 18 and under

And how bad are fake IDs?

Administrator answers:

There are no under 18 clubs. The only place in the area I know that allows 18 year olds is the Oz over on the East Side, and it’s um, seedy to say the least.

The MO side has pretty well learned the lesson that you can’t let patrons under 21 in without running a big risk or underage drinking. When you get caught with kids drinking in your establishment, you lose your liquor license, which isn’t exactly good for business.

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