The Reveal of the Public Media Commons in Grand Center 

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New to the Grand Center arts district, the Public Media Commons is a unique, open-air media environment designed to stimulate creative thinking. The 9,000-sq.ft. space -- bordered by the Nine Network, St. Louis Public Radio and the Sheldon Concert Hall -- is flanked by two-story-high video walls on two sides and features four interactive touch screens and a performance stage. St. Louis bands Sleepy Kitty and the Reverbs performed at the grand opening on September 13, 2014.

Photos by Theo Welling for the Riverfront Times.

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