Webster University has partnered with the African Renaissance and Diaspora Network to create the Global AIDS Prevention Project, a domestic and international initiative to increase awareness and prevention of the disease. The alliance allows students to gain experience in communication, public health and executive leadership initiatives. STL TV LIVE, host, Sarah Bernard, talks with Webster Univ. President, Dr. Beth Stroble, and Webster Univ. School of Communications Dean, Eric Rothenbuhler.
The Griot Museum of Black History located at 2505 St. Louis Ave. opened as a wax museum in 1997, only the second of its kind in the country. Its mission is to celebrate and teach our region’s African-American heritage through exhibits, touring shows and public programs. The Griot Museum is located at 2505 St. Louis Avenue. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Bernard, welcomes the museum’s Founder & Executive Director, Lois D. Conley, to discuss their current exhibits.
Muscular Dystrophy affects over 800,000 people world-wide however substantial research is being conducted to alter its outcome. The SLU Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology educates physicians and biomedical scientists, conducts medical research, and provides health care on a local, national and international level. STL TV LIVE, host Raynah Rey chats with SLU’s Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Research Fellow, Francis M. Sverdrup/ PhD.
Operation Food Search and its Community Partners are surrounding kids with nutritious food they need to learn, play, and grow. OFS is year-round and is located at After-School Sites, Community Organizations, and Neighborhoods in STL City and STL County. On this STL TV LIVE host, Raynah Rey, talks to Operation Food Search Director Brian Wieher of Child Nutrition Programs.
City Corner host, Steve Potter, sits down with Stephanie Bliss, who examines the legacy of the historic Eugene Field, and tells what the Field House Museum has to offer as far as exhibits and activities. The story moves from pre-civil war St. Louis to the 2014 events in Ferguson. The book is packed with inspiring stories, historic photographs that make civil rights history relevant to today’s young readers.
City Corner host, Steve Potter, visits with Amanda Doyle who discusses the book she co-authored with Melanie Adams, Standing Up For Civil Rights in St. Louis, published by the Missouri History Museum Press. The book was written for upper elementary readers and presents the long arc of the struggle for civil rights in St. Louis.
Great Circle is an organization that is dedicated to helping people of all ages when they’re facing some of life’s toughest challenges. Saint Louis Presents host, Debbie Monterrey, talks with Dr. Eric Winkles and Dr. Alice Luten Karandjeff, about Great Circle and the unique services the organization has to offer.
With the holidays upon us it’s time to start planning the meals you want to serve for all those special events. Saint Louis Presents hosts, Debbie Monterrey and Steve Potter, are joined in studio by General Manager, Bravo! Cucina Italiana General Manager, Lydia Gwin, who stops by to share some great ideas from Bravo’s holiday menu.
City Corner host, Steve Potter, visits with David Baugher talks about his book, Secret America, A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure. The book is a look at the United States as you’ve never seen it before and a tourist’s guide that gives you answers to the questions no tourist ever knew they were supposed to ask.
The World Bird Sanctuary is home to over 270 residents and provides care to injured birds. They have an interesting and diverse number of different species. This year they are holding Owloween, a Halloween fun, goulish celebration of this interesting species. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Thompson interviews World Bird Sanctuary Education Coordinator, Ben Montgomery.