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Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis
July 29, 2019
1929 Space Race, Missouri Mines, Belleville Philharmonic, Mothers’ Roundtable.
Special | 28m 38s
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July 22, 2019
Joe Edwards’ Space Collection, General Omar Bradley, New Music Director.
Special | 27m 22s
St. Louis Storytelling Festival
The 40th annual Storytelling festival brought some of the best storytellers to St. Louis.
Special | 27m 17s
Summer of the Moon
Archival footage & interviews from many St. Louisans involved in the space race.
Special | 58m 12s
May 13, 2019
America’s Central Port, Riverboat Film Mystery, Zoo Library, Rebuilding the Rock Church.
Special | 27m 27s
Tennessee Williams | May 6, 2019
Before he became “Tennessee,” Tom Williams spent his formative years in St. Louis.
Special | 28m 8s
April 29, 2019 | A St. Louis Story goes to Colombia
Gentlemen of Vision documentary invited to Colombia for American Film Showcase screenings.
Special | 28m 50s
Karpeles Museum Update
The story of the manuscript library which was recently damaged by fire.
Special | 7m 55s
April 15, 2019
Karpeles Museum Update, Storytelling Festival, Butch O’Hare’s Parade.
Special | 27m 43s
Butch O’Hare’s Parade
St. Louis welcomed home one the country’s first heroes of World War II.
Special | 11m 20s
An interview with the director of the 40th annual St. Louis Storytelling Festival.
Special | 6m 35s
April 8, 2019
Mid-Century Modern, Mississippi River Towns, Valmeyer 25 Years Later, Mario Molina.
Special | 28m 15s
Valmeyer 25 Years Later
A look at how Valmeyer, Illinois is doing 25 years after the flood of 1993.
Special | 4m 1s
Mississippi River Towns
Exec. Director Colin Wellenkamp explains the Mississippi River Cities & Towns Initiative.
Special | 9m 53s
Nobel Prize winner Mario Molina on the global effort to tackle climate change.
Special | 5m
New generations are discovering mid-century modern homes of the 1950s.
Special | 7m 13s
April 1, 2019
Schoolcraft’s Journey, Dominic’s on the Hill, John O’Leary Update.
Special | 29m 20s
A re-enactor retraced the steps of Henry Schoolcraft's journey thourgh the Ozarks.
Special | 6m 38s
John O’Leary Update
An update on motivational speaker and author St. Louisan John O’Leary.
Special | 9m 58s
Dominic’s on the Hill
The story of one of St. Louis’ venerable Italian restaurants.
Special | 10m 39s
March 25, 2019 | American Graduate Special
The stories behind the numbers in the 2018 State of the St. Louis Workforce Report.
Special | 29m 47s
February 11, 2019
Union Station Aquarium, Loop Trolley Car #3, Katherine Dunham.
Union Station Aquarium
A new chapter in Union Station’s long history will begin with the opening an aquarium.
Special | 7m 44s
Loop Trolley Car #3
The third trolley car arrived and was unloaded at the Loop Trolley headquarters on Delmar.
Special | 9m 39s