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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 CDBaby.com.

STL LIVE-WOW St. Louis

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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.

STL LIVE-St. Mary’s and Bishop Dubourg Annual Shoe Game

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St. Mary’s and Bishop Dubourg Annual Shoe Game:

In the second segment, St. Mary’s High School Student Council Vice President, Matt Jones, and Jessica Lohman, from Dubourg, stop in to tell Sarah more about the Annual Shoe Game to benefit World Pediatric Project. The event is being held in benefit of the World Pediatric Project, which organizes resources for ill children in developing countries. The game is being held at St. Mary’s High School on Friday, September 26th. It kicks off at 7:00 pm, but beginning at 4:00 pm there will be food trucks, vendors and music.

STL LIVE-The World Pediatric Project

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The World Pediatric Project:

The World Pediatric Project began in 2001 with the mission to link worldwide pediatric medical resources to heal critically ill children in developing countries. On this episode of STL LIVE, host Sarah Bernard, is joined by Founder and Program Relations Manager of the World Pediatric Project, Kate Corbett. They chat about the Project and also touch on the St. Mary’s and Bishop Dubourg Annual Shoe Game, which is being held in order to benefit the World Pediatric Project.

STL LIVE- Circus Kaput

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Circus Kaput:

STL LIVE host, Sarah Bernard, welcomes Josh and Ginger Routh, Owners of Circus Kaput. Circus Kaput is available to perform at your next event! They employ all types of artists from stilt-walkers and jugglers to face painters and caricature artists. They offer the widest variety of novelty acts, shows and strolling performers for any occasion. Circus Kaput does great events in Missouri and Illinois. Bring some fun to your birthday party, reunion, wedding or any event with Circus Kaput. Check out the videos below.

St. Louis Presents- Brightside St. Louis

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St. Louis Presents- 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.

Bridging the Gap: What next?

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Bridging the Gap: What next? :
Over the last couple of months, we have watched unrest in our area. In an effort to help settle tensions, and improve the quality of living for all residents in St. Louis, STL TV recently hosted a Town Hall forum, called Bridging the Gap: What next? The forum, moderated by STL TV’s Debbie Monterrey and Vern Fuller, intended to offer helpful and resourceful information for healing and moving forward in the wake of the outcry following the Michael Brown shooting. It is hoped that this discussion, and others like it ,will push St. Louis forward and encourage residents to be proactive in their communities to make St. Louis a better place for us all. Some of the topics discussed centered around issues like building better relationships between the police and the community; opportunities for training and employment; our education systems – the dropout rate and its impact on the community; the role of the church as a change agent, and how communities can work together to reduce crime.

STL TV LIVE- Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program

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STL TV LIVE- Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program:
St. Louis has hosted many immigrants and refugees over the past decades. The Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program, was created to help some of our new citizens adjust to living in America. It’s all in an effort to increase the independence and reduce the isolation of immigrant and refugee women by teaching them basic English and practical living skills in the security of their own homes. Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program Executive Director, Pat Joshu, and Program Coordinator, Sarah Paradoski, drop by the studio to talk to Sarah about their organization.

STL TV LIVE- The Travel Gals

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STL TV LIVE- The Travel Gals:
STL TV Live host, Sarah Bernard, is joined by Trish Hinds, Owner of The Travel Gals. An experienced travel consultant for over 12 years, Trish recognized the need for experienced travel agents willing to offer personalized service in an internet driven industry. In 2011, she set out to create a network of travel consultants that would offer a full array of services, focusing on each client’s individual needs and desires. Whether you’re looking for a quick week-end getaway, lavish destination wedding, or an incentive trip for your top sales people, The Travel Gals can help.

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