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.


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.


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

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

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.

STL TV LIVE- Provident

Provident helps connect St. Louisans to the mental health services they may need. They recently celebrated their mission at the Spirit of Provident Annual Gala, held at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. . STL TV Live, host Sarah Bernard, welcomes Life Crisis Center Director, Jane Smith, to the STL TV studio’s to find out more about the awesome celebration.

CITY CORNER- Money Smart St. Louis/What’s New in Hip Hop and R&B

On this City Corner, host Robin Boyce, talks with guest Veta Jeffery, Community Economic Partnerships State of Missouri Department of Economic Development Manager to discuss what’s been happening in his organization. Also a new air personality iHeart Media Radio Air Personality, Osei Kweku, better known as Osie, has hit St. Louis with The Dark Secret, heard on KMJM 100.3 The Beat!

STL TV LIVE – World Affairs Council of St. Louis

At the beginning of this year, the state of Missouri enacted new gun laws that may affect you or someone you know. Effective January 1, 2017, most people will not need a permit to carry a concealed weapon. Lawmakers passed the measure last year, before Gov. Nixon vetoed it. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Bernard talks to Attorney Herman Jimerson of the Jimerson Law Firm

STL TV LIVE- Women of Achievement

Women of Achievement honors women volunteers who have made a considerable impact on the St. Louis community in areas such as, but not limited to, education, arts, philanthropy, advocacy or health and human services. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Bernard sits down with Gwendolyn Packnett from the Women of Achievement organization to find out more about the honorees.

STL TV LIVE- Good Journey

Good Journey has two programs focused on helping young people improve their leadership skills. Community Our World for ages 11 – 24 helps students develop skills to improve their community. The Summer Leadership Academy ages 9 through 16 is about fun activities related to African culture, entrepreneurship, careers and community engagement. Founder & Executive Director, Dionne Ferguson explains.

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