ALIVE St. Louis Executive Director, Maggie Menefee, joins STL TV LIVE host, Raynah Rey, to talk about ALIVE St. Louis’s special Trivia Night on Saturday, February 18th. Join ALIVE’s supporters in building hopeful futures for domestic abuse survivors and children through financial support, in-kind donations, or volunteering. It’s an ongoing event which occurs at various locations for a wonderful cause.
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As women reach higher professional levels, gender inequality has become a hot button issue. On this STL TV LIVE, host Sarah Thompson, welcomes Dr. Tracy Singh, a St. Louis-based cardiologist at St. Louis Heart and Vascular, who believes that women should take some ownership of the current gender disparity in the workplace and offers solutions for women to become their own best advocate.
George Orwell’s 1984 is an iconic novel in the history of literature. It’s the story of Winston Smith, one of the many citizens of Oceania, who fights for love and freedom under the ever-present eye of Big Brother. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Thompson, sits down with 1984 Director, Matthew Kerns, and1984 Actor, Andrew Woodard, to talk about what it all means.
On this edition of City Corner host, Robin Boyce, talks with Veta Jeffery, Manager of Community Economic Partnerships for the State of Missouri, Department of Economic Development. She also chats with new air personality that has hit the scene in St. Louis, called Osie, The Dark Secret heard on KMJM 100.3 The Beat!
Celebrating its 26th year, the St. Louis Arts Awards is the area’s preeminent event honoring individuals, organizations and businesses that achieve a legacy of artistic excellence and enrich St. Louis’ arts and cultural community. They will be honoring Pianos for People with Arts Innovator of the Year on January 25th. Pianos for People President and Founder, Tom Thomas and Arts & Education Council Dir. of Development, Kate Francis, drop by the STL TV studio.
Marian Middle School is an all-girls school that is committed to breaking the circle of poverty by developing the girls in preparation for and the successful completion of college preparatory high schools. STL TV LIVE host, Raynah Rey, finds out more about the school from Marian Middle School President, Mary Elizabeth Grimes, to the STL TV studio.
President Obama started National Apprenticeship Week in 2015 to expand & support apprenticeships that could fill positions across numerous fields. SLATE, or the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment celebrates with a variety of activities that highlight apprenticeship opportunities in our city. STL TV LIVE host, Sarah Thompson, chats with SLATE Apprenticeship Training Coordinator, Gino Austin.
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.
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.