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
Chamber Project St. Louis Artistic Director, Dana Hotle, joins Ivy in the studio to talk about what Chamber Project Saint Louis is all about, and what it’s like to attend a concert at The Chapel Venue. Their concert, “Voyage,” uses strings, a flute and a guitar to take you on a musical journey through sound. The music is PIAZZOLLA L’histoire du Tango, BERMEL Soul Garden, and SCHOENBERG Transfigured Night. Flutist, Jennifer Gartley, and Guitarist, Vince Varvel, give a special performance. Learn more by going to
Lindsay Van Quaethem, Events Coordinator for Partnership for Downtown St. Louis, stops by to fill STL viewers in on this year’s “Idiotarod.” They discuss the organization, those who benefit from it, and how you can get involved. It’s produced by the Downtown St. Louis Community Improvement District and supports Operation Food Search. Find out all the details of the event and After-Party at Rosalita’s Cantina. For additional information, just go to
For 32 Years, the USO of Missouri has lifted the spirits of our military and their families. STL TV LIVE host, Ivy Hartman, sits down with UFO of Missouri Director of Special Events, Sara Colvin, to chat about the organization’s mission and core values. She also tells viewers where they can go to support some of the troops coming home. One of those events is the 9th Annual Armed Forces Salute on Thursday, March 7th at the Hyatt St. Louis Regency. Another is a free festival called, BACONFEST ST. LOUIS, taking place downtown at Keiner Plaza on Saturday, March 23th. Be sure and come out for the fun and check out
It’s all about the Game
Todd Blackstock takes an inside look at the St. Louis University Athletic Programs including the outstanding Men’s Basketball Team. He then meets with award-winning Writer, Michael MacCambridge, to discuss his new book, “Lamar Hunt: A Life in Sports”. In it, MacCambridge presents the definitive biography of one of our most beloved sporting figures. Todd also shares a look back at the Ram’s 2012 season featuring the economic impact of the enthusiastic Green Bay Packer’s fans following their team to St. Louis. To find out more, check out
Catch a glimpse of the sights and the sounds from the 2013 STL Car Show. It’s the largest auto event in the St. Louis area, featuring more than 500 new cars, trucks, SUVs and luxury vehicles from over 25 manufacturers all under one roof. This segment features interviews with guests, dealers, and car enthusiasts. Be sure and take a look at
Sarah & Aprille have some fun with the one and only, Chef E, of Archyouhungry! He’s always making sure that he and his catering company bring the best flavors and service to the St. Louis region. On this show, Chef E tantalizes the taste buds of viewers and hosts alike by preparing fried cheese cake dumplings, and cheesecake filled chocolate strawberries. YUM! He’s a chef so passionate about what he does that he creates culinary art with passion you can taste. His catering company prepares for weddings, anniversaries, children’s birthdays, and graduations.
There is poverty around the world and in some places it’s much worse than others. One local woman has found a business model which is making quite an impression in faraway countries. Sarah and Aprille, have the pleasure of sitting down with Theresa Wilson, Founder of The Blessing Basket Project, a non-profit organization which helps combat poverty worldwide. Theresa speaks about the Blessing Basket Project’s mission to lift artisans, who weave baskets, out of poverty. The artisans are paid prosperity wages, and use those wages to graduate into a life of sustainable financial independence.