Rich, Ready, and Rare
STL TV Live, host Tim Lampley speaks with local Rapper, YC, who grew up on the North Side of St Louis and has been rapping since he was only eight years old. He is known as one of the top artists in St. Louis for his music, and also for his starring roles in such hit movies as “STL the Movie”.
Hear all about his current and upcoming projects at the link below.
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Rich, Ready, and Rare
The Dogged Days of Summer:
The hot summer months are brutal, not only for people but for their furry friends. On this St. Louis Presents, hosts, Debbie Monterrey , and Sande Stevenson, have a chance to visit with Animal Care and Control Public Information Health Officer, Stacie Zellin, to get some heat tips for STL TV viewers. The also discuss spay and neuter programs. Watch the video below.
The Fast Lane
The Nascar Diversity Development team was recently in town, and STL TV was there to get a behind the scenes look. They’re looking for more minorities and women to get behind the wheel and compete at the highest level. It’s time for a new generation of race car drivers. Learn about techniques used by the pit crew at the link below.
On this episode of St. Louis Presents, hosts, Debbie Monterrey, Steve Potter, and Sande Stevenson, are joined in the kitchen by Former Scottish Arms Chef Elizabeth Schuster. They chat about the launch of her new interactive dining venture, Tenacious Eats, which she says combines the two art forms that she love “food and film.” It’s a fun experience where your food is prepared and plated in front of you…the unique interactive dining experience. Although it’s not a “not dinner theater,” a food-themed film will be screened with four or five courses inspired by the movie prepared, plated and served by Schuster and her partner, Jake Alcorn. It’s part performance art, part film showing, and always great food and tremendous fun with like-minded souls. All events will take place at Meyers Grove, a theater in The Grove neighborhood. Be sure and check them out by going to the following link.
The Powers of Sleep
The Clayton Sleep Institute is comprised of Board Certified sleep specialists and scientists, Registered Sleep Technologists and Registered Respiratory Therapists, all with years of experience in the field of sleep disorders. They treat a full range of sleep disorders for patients of all ages. On todays show, St. Louis Presents host, Debbie Monterrey, sits down with Founder and CEO Dr Joseph M. Ojile to talk, about sleeping and pregnancy. Most people believe that pregnancy and sleeplessness are merely discomforts that come along with pregnancy, but they could be signs of pregnancy related complications. Be sure and watch the link below.
Fair St. Louis 2014
Once again through thousands of visitors to St. Louis, but this year fair goers had a new destination as the festivities moved from the Arch Grounds to Forest Park. On this edition of St. Louis Presents, hosts, Debbie Monterrey, Steve Potter and Sande Stevenson, help you relive all the fun and excitement! Check out all the fun at
“Producing Memorable Events That Shine”
STL TV Live, host Sarah Bernard chats with Cheri Hutchings, Owner and Event planner, Claire De Lune Productions. Cheri has planned numerous parties in the St. Louis area, and with Cheri, “Producing Memorable Events That Shine” is what it’s all about! Claire De Lune Productions is a full-spectrum event planning company. During the past 13 years, they have worked with many professional and charitable organizations to create wonderful events. Grovefest, Grand Center Gala, Let Them Eat Art and the Visionary Awards have all utilized their services.
Sarah Thompson interviews dynamic artist Jeff Brawn about his work, history as an artist, & his upcoming exhibit, “Easy to Look At, Hard to Kill.” His mixed media work by Brawn is quirky and full of life, much like the eccentric artist himself. See what everybody’s talking about at
Community Women Against Hardship is a non-profit (volunteer-based) organization dedicated to providing personalized and evidence-based programs and services to enable low to moderate income families struggling with poverty to become more self-sufficient. City Corner host Robin Boyce chats with Community Women Against Hardship, Executive Director, Gloria Taylor, about the organization’s work. Be sure to check out the video below.
Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is one of the oldest botanical institutions in the United States and a National Historic Landmark. The Garden is a center for botanical research and science education, as well as an oasis in the city of St. Louis. On this corner, host Steve Potter, is joined by Missouri Botanical Garden Senior Events Coordinator, Adam Jaschek, and Chelsea Harris. Find out about several of the upcoming events at the Missouri Botanical Garden, including the Japanese Festival, Best of Missouri Market, and Spirits in the Garden. Be sure and check it out below.