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STL TV LIVE- Women on the Go

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Women on the Go: This month, I Am a Woman First, is presenting the Women on the Go Power Up Your Power Conference. It’s an event for women all about health, wealth, and living your best self. The women’s conference is presented by the Bridges Not Walls Foundation in partnership with I Am a Woman First. STL LIVE host Tim Lampley sits down with Author/ Speaker, Sinita Wells, and Best Selling Author, Speaker, and Relationship Coach,Terry Bams, to get more details.


City Corner- St. Louis ICON Series

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St. Louis ICON Series:

Jim Irwin, of Clayton Fine Arts Gallery, stops by the studio to chat with City Corner Host, Steve Potter, about a new Art Exhibit you won’t want to miss. It’s called the St. Louis ICON Series. Find out more by watching the video below.

City Corner-The Job Corp Program

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Helping Our Community Youth:

The Job Corp program was started in 1964, and this year it celebrates not only its 50th anniversary, but also the milestone of training more than 2.7 million young people across the country. On this City Corner, Host Sarah Thompson, looks at St. Louis Job Corps and focuses on two of its programs — Advanced Career Training Program and Home Builders Institute — as well as the program’s support and encouragement of women in construction and technical trades. Sarah is joined by Jeffrey Taylor, Business Community Liaison of St. Louis Job Corps, Sophia Downs, Owner of Brighter Horizons Career Services and graduate of St. Louis Job Corps, and Nautica Allen, Current Student with St. Louis Job Corps’ Home Builders Institute.

St Louis Presents-

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Brightside St. Louis:

St. Louis Presents host, Steve Potter, spends time with Brightside St. Louis Executive Director, Mary Lou Green, talking about Brightside St. Louis’ Demonstration Garden and their upcoming bulb sale. Brightside St. Louis is the City’s oldest non-profit cleaning and greening group, and their Demonstration Garden is a working mini-ecosystem, designed to help educate the general St. Louis public on best planting practices. Watch the video below and find out more.

St Louis Presents-St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness

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Spreading Awareness:

In September, many celebrated National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. St Louis Presents Host, Sande Stevenson, sits down for a discussion with St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness Executive Director, Christine Krueger, and Board President, Lisa Sienkiewicz. The ladies talk about SLOCA (St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness) and about the many events their organization plans each year to spread awareness. Find out more by checking out the video below.

St Louis Presents-Light the Night Walk

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Honored Hero, Light the Night Walk

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society recently held their annual walk, “Light the Night,” an event which celebrates and commemorates all the lives touched by blood cancers. On this episode, Host Debbie Monterrey, is joined by Hailey Tracy, and her Dad, Phil Tracy, two very special people who are strong advocates for this important cause. Little Hailey is only four years old and in remission from pediatric leukemia. She is the Ambassador Child for this year’s Light the Night Walk.

City Corner- Majic 108 Peer Panelist.

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A Time For Healing:

On this episode of City Corner, Host, Robin Boyce welcomes the Majic 108 Peer Panel.This group got its start in St. Louis urban radio in the late 1980’s. Boyce invited students 18 to 20 years of age to come on a public affairs program she hosted once a month to discuss problems teens were facing at that time. The Peer Panel was initiated by Michael McMillan, now CEO and President of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis. McMillan was then a student in High School wanting to see changes happen in his community. The group talked about racism in schools, lack of jobs, and the necessity of more youth services. Boyce and the Peer Panelist will discuss what is going on today as a result of the events in Ferguson, Missouri and compare what they were seeing as youth while on the air as the Majic 108 Peer Panelist.

Show Me the Music-Fivefold

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Show Me the Music: Fivefold

Also on Episode 5 of Show Me the Music, Host Ben Province, hangs out at the Moonrise Hotel with local rock band, Fivefold. Singer, Ryan Cheney, and Drummer, Derrick Huskey, praise local media outlets, venues and record stores, giving those businesses a lot of credit for the band’s success. The new EP “Hold On” is available on iTunes and at CD Warehouse. Check out the video below to find out why their group isn’t just the typical rock band.

Show Me the Music-The Blu Skies

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Show Me the Music: The Blu Skies

On Episode 5 of Show Me the Music, Host Ben Province, has in-studio The Blu Skies, a jam band from Alton, Illinois. They stopped by to talk about the group’s history, and where they are headed. Lead Singer, Matt McGibany, shares some behind-the-scenes details, such as where the front-man gets his songwriting inspiration. They are also joined by Blu Skies Keyboardist, Michael Hickey. The band’s debut album, “Ghost of Design,” is available on iTunes and


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WOW St. Louis:

WOW St. Louis is providing an opportunity for you and your family to learn about outdoor camping skills, while staying close to home. Choose to learn camp cooking, kayaking, archery and many other available activities, and then, if you wish to you can pitch your tent and camp overnight in Forest Park. Registration is required and there are fees. Learn more by watching the video below. Missouri Department of Conservation Media Specialist, Dan Zarlenga, comes on with STL LIVE host, Sarah Bernard, to fill her in on what it’s all about.

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