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Saint Louis Presents- Uptown Lifestyle Magazine Saint Louis Presents- Uptown Lifestyle Magazine

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Saint Louis Presents host, Steve Potter, welcomes to the STL TV studio Mikki Jones, Publisher of Uptown Lifestyle Magazine. Mikki took over as owner and publisher of the magazine in 2017. The magazine has done well and Mikki talks about different editions and shares what it takes to make it all work and what he’s been able to achieve since Uptown Lifestyle Magazine’s premiere launch.

Saint Louis Presents-“Big Eyes, Big Minds” Children’s Film Festival

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There’s always something exciting going on at the St. Louis Zoo. On this Saint Louis Presents, host Sarah Bernard is joined by Saint Louis Zoo Manager of Learning Experiences Laura Seger, and Big Eyes, Big Minds Festival Director, Mabel Gan. They both stopped by to discuss the upcoming “Big Eyes, Big Minds” Children’s Film Festival that is returning to the St. Louis Zoo this month.

Saint Louis Presents- Heat Up St. Louis

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Heat Up St. Louis (dot) org has been helping those who are in need stay warm during the cold winter months for 18 years. Their annual “Hardee’s Rise and Shine for Heat” fundraiser is coming up soon and this is great, easy way for the public to help heat a home. Heat Up St. Louis Chair Emeritus, Rev. Earl E. Nance, Jr., drops by to tell Saint Louis Presents hosts, Sarah Bernard and Steve Potter, more about this great organization and the event.

Saint Louis Presents- Book “Broken Conditions”

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Jo Lena Johnson is an International Trainer, Inspirational Speaker, and a Book Publisher. She is also The Absolute Good Resilience Coach and the author of an exciting new book series called “Broken Conditions.” Jo Lena chats with Saint Louis Presents hosts, Sarah Bernard and Steve Potter about her book series, workshops, speaking engagements and book signings.

STL TV LIVE – Veterans Business Resource Center

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The Veterans Business Resource Center helps those who have served in the Armed Forces with assistance in owning and operating their own business using a comprehensive educational approach. Participants receive counseling, mentorship and are able to access to free or low cost business training programs to help them succeed. The center is open to all veterans and those on active duty, including the National Guard and Reservists, as well as their immediate family members. Veterans Resource Business Administrative Director Center, Maggie Peterson, has a conversation with STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Thompson.

STV LIVE- Portfolio Gallery & Educational Center: All Colors

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The All Colors Invitational and Juried Exhibition at the Portfolio Gallery and Education Center features African-American and juried artists from throughout the country, as well as, an art exhibition, sales and workshops for the public, and collectors and professionals. The All Colors Invitational and Juried Exhibition’s opening reception is a fun event held at the St. Louis Artists Guild. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Thompson, sits down to talk to Portfolio Gallery & Education Center Founder Robert A. Powell, and Artist, Cbabi Bayoc.

STL TV LIVE- Webster University’s Global AIDS Prevention Project

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Webster University has partnered with the African Renaissance and Diaspora Network to create the Global AIDS Prevention Project, a domestic and international initiative to increase awareness and prevention of the disease. The alliance allows students to gain experience in communication, public health and executive leadership initiatives. STL TV LIVE, host, Sarah Bernard, talks with Webster Univ. President, Dr. Beth Stroble, and Webster Univ. School of Communications Dean, Eric Rothenbuhler.

STL TV LIVE- The Griot Museum of Black History

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The Griot Museum of Black History located at 2505 St. Louis Ave. opened as a wax museum in 1997, only the second of its kind in the country. Its mission is to celebrate and teach our region’s African-American heritage through exhibits, touring shows and public programs. The Griot Museum is located at 2505 St. Louis Avenue. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Bernard, welcomes the museum’s Founder & Executive Director, Lois D. Conley, to discuss their current exhibits.

STL TV LIVE- SLU Muscular Dystrophy Research

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Muscular Dystrophy affects over 800,000 people world-wide however substantial research is being conducted to alter its outcome. The SLU Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology educates physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research, and provides health care on a local, national and international level. STL TV LIVE, host Raynah Rey chats with SLU’s Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Research Fellow, Francis M. Sverdrup/ PhD.

STL TV LIVE- Operation Food Search

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Operation Food Search and its Community Partners are surrounding kids with nutritious food they need to learn, play, and grow. OFS is year-round and is located at After-School Sites, Community Organizations, and Neighborhoods in STL City and STL County. On this STL TV LIVE host, Raynah Rey, talks to Operation Food Search Director Brian Wieher of Child Nutrition Programs.

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