Toys of the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s is a free exhibit at the Missouri History Museum for visitors of all ages to show how kids had fun before electronics. On this STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Thompson, sits down with Missouri History Museum Curator, Sharon Smith, to find out more about it. The exhibit will run until January 22nd.
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We are always thankful and hold the highest regard for the military who risk their lives every day to keep us safe and for our freedom. On this City Corner host Sarah Thompson talks to Author and Vietnam Veteran Dennis C. Lane about his time in Vietnam and his new book “The Bitch Wall: The Vietnam Wailing Wall.”
The Foundry Art Centre is responsible for many wonderful holiday events. One Pulse: Rockin’ Around the Christmas is a wonderful holiday event. The Foundry Art Centre Film Series: Polar Express is also an exciting presentation for all of the family. It takes place at the Foundry Art Centre’s Grand Hall. STL TV Live, host Reynah Ray, sits down with Melissa Whitwam and Melanie Sanders,of the Foundry Art Centre to talk about all they’ve got going this holiday season.
The 38th Annual Jewish Book Festival is a celebration of books, authors and ideas. Each year there is a period where you can come out and meet authors who present books that cover a variety of topics. The festival takes place at the Jewish Community Center. STL TV Live, host Sarah Bernard, chats with: Gary Kodner, Author of “St. Louis Cardinals Uniforms and Logos,” and Author, Michael Kahn, of “The Dead Hand.”
The Dred Scott Reconciliation Conference held in December at the Hilton Frontenac on Lindbergh Boulevard is an important event. Descendants of the men involved with the 1857 Dred Scott decision discuss its legacy and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation. STL TV Live, host Sarah Bernard, welcomes Dred Scott Foundation, President, Lynne Jackson.
City Corner, host Steve Potter, interviews Angela Dietz, Co-Author of “Capturing The City, Photographs from the Streets of St. Louis, 1900-1930.” She shares some incredible old photos that capture city life from the time and that most people have never seen. The photos come from a collection at The Missouri History Museum.
On this City Corner, host Steve Potter, sits down with Jasmin Aber, the Executive Director of the non-profit CEL (Creative Exchange Lab), to discuss the proposal that group is working on for East St. Louis that is being funded by a grant from the national Endowment of the Arts. The “Our Town” project is to renovate cultural sites, like the Miles Davis House, across the city and make it a destination site for tourists.
On this City Corner, host Robin Boyce, talks with representatives from the City of St. Louis Water Department about how water is maintained in this region and how they keep it safe. In the second segment Boyce talk with a former Police Officer about his work in the community now and why he is trying to provide solutions to the racial divide.
If you love those scary, mysterious happenings that can’t logically be explained, you’ll love joining Monster Paranormal. You can discover spirits and hauntings all around Saint Louis with this group. STL TV Live host, Raynah Rey, visits with, Patti Bathe and Ken Rahmoeller, both of
Monster Paranormal, who talk about their recent convention held at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
The Lindenwood Park is a family friendly neighborhood filled with shops and restaurants. STL TV Live, host, Raynah Rey, gets a visit from the The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association President, Janet Desnoyer. They chat about their Linfest Fall Festival, which features music, food from area restaurants and a number of family friendly activities. It’s always a great time to bring out the family for some neighborhood fun.