Circus Harmony, St. Louis’ only social circus school, presents Capriccio. This vaudevillian adventure features thirty fantastic flying children accompanied by the sensational Circus Harmony Band in a lively show with all new acts that will amaze and amuse the entire family. For the first time ever, this Circus Harmony production includes singing along with trapeze, juggling, wire walking and other feats of skill and daring. See more about some of the most talented kids in St. Louis by going online to http://www.circusday.org
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary health organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Their main goal is to help build healthier lives by preventing, treating and defeating these diseases. Since 1963, February has been celebrated as American Heart Month, a time to urge Americans to join the battle. February is also the signature month for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign, and the message that heart disease is not only a man’s problem. Besides still being our No.1 killer, it affects more women than men and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. An estimated 43 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart disease. In recognition of the 10th National Wear Red Day on Feb. 1, 2013, Go Red for Women is asking that across America, Women Go Red. The American Heart Association Greater St. Louis Executive Director, Tracy A. Brazelton, joins STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Bernard, to break it all down. They also chat about two upcoming community events to help the cause …YMCA ZUMBA and FRESH 102.5 Wine & Chocolate Event at Plaza Frontenac. Find out more by going to http://www.goredforwomen.org
Did you know that just by organizing your life, you can become healthier and stress-free? It’s true, and on this week’s show, MessyGirl Home Organization Owner, Terrill Estabrook, talks with Sarah about the problem of motivating yourself to stay clutter-free and organized. You’ll get some great home organization tips by checking out http://www.messygirlhomeorganization.com
STL TV LIVE host, Ivy Hartman, sits down with the one and only Philip Hitchcock, Artist and Owner of PHD Gallery located in the famous Cherokee Arts District, to talk about his latest project, Dark Impressions… Lifecasting/Bodycasting. The exhibit features life-size figures that merge fantasy and reality to create powerful sculptural forms. These hyper-realistic forms, which are created from multiple castings of live models, are layered and embellished with accoutrements. This is definitely a one-of-a kind exhibit that you won’t want to miss! Check it out now through February 23rd. Then there’s The Art of Lifecasting, a 5-hour workshop on Lifecasting techniques coming up Saturday, February 16th, and the Waterworld exhibit by Michelle Hamilton and Ed Freeman can be viewed from March 9th through May 18th. More information can be found at http://www.phdstl.com
There’s so much beautiful photography around St. Louis. Ivy visits with St. Louis Artists’ Guild Director, Kathryn Nahorski, to find out about some of the new exhibits. The Artists’ Guild is a not-for-profit arts organization that works to bring art to various diverse segments of our community. They are presenting Photo Op, a group exhibition of photography which includes 65 selected pieces by 42 artists. Now through March 17th, you’ll definitely want to check out the solo exhibition by Printmaker Lauren Cardenas (fall 2012 Printmaking Artist-in-Residence), and the exhibition of work by Photographer Janna Anonuevo Langholz. Then, there’s the Young Artists’ Showcase 2013, Opening Party, Collectors Choice XII – May 3th, and the Selection Party, Collectors Choice XII on May 19th. Learn more at http://www.stlouisartistsguild.org
It might be cold now, but spring will be here before you know it and you want to be ready! That’s just one reason the recent 13th Annual Midwest Bicycle Expo and Swap Meet is so exciting. Steve Schmidt, of Trailnet.org, drops by the studio to talk about the fun event. It’s always a great opportunity to catch a sneak peak of next season’s bicycle goodies, or search for that hard-to-find bike part or get a terrific deal on 2012 inventory soon to be unloaded. And Vendors from all over the country attend to buy, sell, and swap for the best deals anywhere! The organization always offers a list of events going on in St. Louis from bike rides locally and far out ventures. There’s no time like the present to start experiencing St. Louis on two wheels. There’s more information at http://www.trailnet.org/events/2013Bikeexpo
Laura Andert is a baker, decorator, and owner of Laulie Cakes. She started her business years ago in her very own Kitchen while being a stay at home mom. Then without any professional training, she opened her first cupcake and cake store in Saint Peters in August of 2011. Her passion to create amazing confections to suit every taste and event is well known. She drops by the show to teach hosts Sarah and Rob the art of putting icing on cupcakes.
The gang also spends time with Author of the new book The Inverted Forest, John Dalton. Written about the strong passions running beneath the surface of camp life, The Inverted Forest, is filled with yearning, desire, hope, and unexpected devotion. This remarkable novel confirms why John Dalton is rising as a major American novelist. His new book can be purchased at Barnes & Noble.
Hosts, Rob Desir & Sarah Bernard , sit down with Career Development Coach, Monica Sauls, whose career spans fifteen years in all facets of corporate career development, talent development, change management, and continuous learning. She shares some helpful tips towards developing a successful career plan with viewers.
You’ve heard about going GREEN, right? Well, one local man is doing all he can to help make St. Louis a GREENER place to live. Executive Director of StlouisGreen.com and major Green Guy, Craig Jung, stops by the studio to talk about the history of StlouisGreen.com, their mission and inspiration, and their many Annual Green events. Find out about the Holiday Light Recycling Drive, which brings over 300 businesses and non-profits, 5 media outlets, and 15 volunteers together each year to help recycle your lights and extension cords. To date, 84,000 pounds of holiday lights have been recycled.