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SAINT LOUIS PRESENTS- Geodata IT, LLC

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Geodata IT, LLC was recently named the 2017 Minority Owned Small Business of the Year for Eastern Missouri by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s St. Louis District Office and has also been recognized for achievement in enterprise management, service delivery and enterprise operations by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. President and CEO, Justin Bennett stops by for a chat.

STL TV LIVE- SLATE Young Adult Workforce

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SLATE Young Adult Workforce is known for creating programs, initiatives, and assisting young adults with gaining employment in order to help them become productive citizens in today’s society. STL TV Live, host Reynah Ray, sits down with , SLATE Young Adult workforce Division Manager, Dr. Alice Prince, and Workforce High School Program Coordinator, Hillary Stuckey.

STL TV LIVE- Sierra Club Missouri Chapter

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The Sierra Club Missouri Chapter’s purpose is to practice and promote the responsible use of the Earth’s ecosystems and resources. The Sierra Club Missouri Chapter is located at 2818 Sutton Boulevard. On this episode of STL TV LIVE host, Raynah Rey, chats with Sierra Club Missouri Chapter Director, John Hickey about the organization.

STL TV LIVE- Teen Talent Competition

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The Fabulous Fox Theater recently hosted its 7th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition where teens have the opportunity to showcase their talent to win scholarships and prizes. The event took place at the Fabulous Fox Theater. STL TV LIVE host, Raynah Rey, interviews Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation Executive Director, Amy Scheers, to find out all about it.

CITY CORNER- “What’s With St.Louis”

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Author, Valerie Kienzle, consulted a number of local experts for the findings of her book, What’s with St. Louis. It’s a handbook about understanding a city and its ways. It identifies the quirks, personality, and charm of the gateway city. On this City Corner, she discusses everything from the River des Peres to Provel cheese with City Corner host, Steve Potter.

SAINT LOUIS PRESENTS- Humans of St. Louis

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Saint Louis Presents hosts, Steve Potter and Raynah Reynolds, are joined in studio by Co-Founder & Lead Storyteller for Humans of St. Louis, Lindy Drew, They all talk about the exhibit, their organization, how they choose their subjects, and where they get their inspiration. They also talked about a few specific subjects, including the picture of the man with the bike and much more.

SAINT LOUIS PRESENTS- Tower Grove Park

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Tower Grove Park was first authorized by a state law passed 150 years ago, and today is among Missouri’s “Great Places” for 2017. It is recognized for its exceptional character, quality and planning. Saint Louis Presents hosts, Steve Potter and Raynah Reynolds, visit with Tower Grove Park Executive Director, Bill Reininger.

SAINT LOUIS PRESENTS- Backpack

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Brenden’s Friday Backpack is an organization that helps feed children over the weekends when they may not otherwise have anything to eat outside of school. Brendan’s Backpack supplies each child in the program with a bag of food to take home on Friday, or the last school day of the week. Brendan Tamboli and his mom Vicki offer the free service. Saint Louis Presents host, Raynah Reynolds, sits down with Backpack Volunteer, Lisa Voss, to talk about how it started and how it all works.

STL TV LIVE- Schadenfreude, A Love Story

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STL TV LIVE, host Sarah Bernard, sits down with Meet Me St. Louis Founder and President of the Board, Marcia Levy, and Schadenfreude, A Love Story Author, Rebecca Schuman, to discuss the author event for the book held at the Urban Chestnut Brewing Company in The Grove. The event is sponsored by Meet Me St. Louis includes a presentation by the author, food, trivia and an audience Q&A.

STL TV LIVE- Bilingual International

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Bilingual International is a not-for-profit 501 (C) 3 organization established in May, 2002. BIAS was founded as a response to the unmet needs of the many seniors who had limited ability in the English language, were unable to navigate the intricate system of care, and often voiced fear over their future and livelihood. It ensures equal access to healthcare, mental health and social services for immigrant seniors, through advocacy, education and direct multilingual services. STL TV Live, host Sarah Bernard, chats with Executive Dir, Jason Baker, & Project Safe Space Therapist/ Director, Kelly McBride, about all the assistance they provide.

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