Drowning is preventable, yet remains the second leading cause of accidental death among children. Statistics show that drowning occurs 80% of the time—on private property. STL TV host, Sarah Bernard shares the studio with Stephanie McCormick of Backyard Lifeguards, the only company in St. Louis providing consistent and high-quality American Red Cross water safety training and lifeguard services to home and hotel pools and to open-water sites.In addition to Lifeguarding services, they specialize in offering a safe way to have a pool party at your home. Find out more by going to http://youtu.be/sbl9DgIAu_Q.
For more than a century, The Big Brothers Big Sisters has kept with the tradition of changing children’s lives through trusting and enduring relationships. They believe that relationships have the power to transform lives. Their mission is shared by large donors, partners, teachers, principals, friends, employees, board members, and parents. They currently operate in all 50 states — and in 35 countries around the world. STL TV host, Janelle Higgins, talks with Becky James-Hatter of Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Rachelle L’Ecuyer, Community Development Director of Maplewood, Missouri, about the organization and some interesting events. Learn more at http://youtu.be/Q4EWuQeOFhk.
Heating things up in the kitchen is Private Chef, Julie M. Hale! Working around town, Julie is always looking for new ideas and things that inspire her. She makes some yummy treats and talks about a contest she’s sponsoring, a “FREE DINNER FOR TWO.” You put down your favorite dish and the MOST innovative one wins!
The show wouldn’t be complete without entertainment this week by one of the hottest bands in the area, Irie Sun. This Rock/Pop Duo from right here in St. Louis features guitarist Connor Low and Singer Jessie Phillips. It’s all fresh new material from fresh young talent.
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It’s the single largest African-American women’s organization in the country. This Sisterhood is called to serve: Transforming Lives and Impacting Communities. The gals sit down with Louise T. Wilkerson, President of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, St. Louis Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter, to discuss their mission and what all the organization has been doing.
On this episode of the “Best of STL”, co-hosts Cassandra Walker and Ivy Hartman welcome the co-founder and CEO of an all new Experience Network known as Bonfyre, Mark Sawyier. Mark simply loves the times that we live in, with all the incredible new ways to use technology and it shows in his business. His company is built around real life experiences rather than static circles or regular newsfeeds. It’s definitely a new kind of social networking.
Entertaining the crowd on this week’s show is a St. Louis musician who’s gained wide-spread recognition as Lead Singer of The Urge, Steve Ewing. And if you’re not into the music scene, you may also recognize him from the delicious dogs & sausages served at his restaurant, Steve’s Hot Dogs on The Hill. He shares the scoop on how you can order the “Riot Starter” at his restaurant. All proceeds will be donated to the Dance Floor Riot Performing Arts Scholarship Fund. You can also catch upcoming performances of the Steve Ewing Duo at Sundeckers, April 5th, and Steve Ewing Duo with Adam Hansbrough at Rooks Gameday Sports Bar and Grill, April 6th.
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Private Chef, Julie M. Hale, heats things up in the kitchen. Julie graduated from L’Ecole Culinaire 2011. She was inspired by her late mother, Lucy Hale, whom she cooked with since she was a little girl. They were very active in the community, and part of many organizations through food including The Peace Meal Project and Trinity Food Pantry.
It’s the show that everyone’s watching! On this episode of “Best of STL”, co-hosts Cassandra Walker and Ivy Hartman get a visit from Chris Burchett, President and CEO of The Chris Burchett Foundation. He shares details about the Foundation’s Annual Benefit Concert, “Stop the Violence Make Some Music,” on April 27th, at the Lane Tabernacle CME Church.
On this City Corner, host Steve Potter, interviews “Sugar Hill” Author, Terry Baker Mulligan, who moved to St. Louis in 1971. Terry is an American writer, educator and inspirational speaker. In her new book, she writes about her life growing up in Harlem, and uses that city’s cultural institutions and memorable characters as her backdrop for this short non-fiction work. See more at