Saint Louis In Tune public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
The 42nd Annual St. Louis Jewish Book Festival is virtual this year! Jim Bogart, co-chair of the festival describes the many wonderful participating authors. Festival author Jill Wine-Banks discusses her book, The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against a Criminal President. She was one of the three Assistant Watergate Special Prosec…
 
The award winning Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis overcomes the Covid dilemma of live performance in a creative way. Carrie Houk, executive artistic director and actress Elizabeth Teeter provide a look into the 2020 Festival and what you can expect.https://www.twstl.org/https://www.facebook.com/TWFestSTL/https://www.broadwayworld.com/people/E…
 
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF)is the world’s leading philanthropic organization dedicated to funding life-saving prostate cancer research. Daniel Spratt, M.D. chairs the Genitourinary Clinical Research at the Rogel Cancer Center at the University of Michigan and is a spokesperson for the Prostate Cancer Foundation. He has contributed to the r…
 
Oh the wonderful smell of licorice and the giant Switzer's sign along the St. Louis riverfront! Gone but not forgotten! Patrick Murphy describes the journey and struggles of previous generations of his family as they went from producing candy in a kitchen to the international stage.https://www.candymenthebook.com/https://www.pmurphystl.com/…
 
Almost 120 years ago, this group was started and over time has not changed their mission but modified their methods on how to enhance services to those most in need. President and CEO Scott Walker discusses how LifeWise STL helps fulfill their mission of helping individuals and families achieve economic well-being by providing high-impact, relation…
 
One of the most gruesome and heinous lynchings of the 20th century. Author Devery Anderson separates the fact and fiction of the murder of Emmett Till. His book, Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement, is the definitive account of the kidnapping and lynching which took place in 1955.https://www.devery…
 
In 1867, two years before Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Lucy Stone founded their national suffrage organizations, Virginia Minor along with four other women founded the world's first organization dedicated to women's suffrage, the Women's Suffrage Assocation of Missouri. Her drive for women's suffrage led her to the U.S. Supreme Cou…
 
Since 1997, Fathers & Families Support Center has consistently provided a comprehensive program of services for men who want to learn to be a responsible father, committed to a strong family relationship. Founder and CEO Halbert Sullivan discusses the history of FFSC and the positive impact on the lives of nearly 17,000 fathers and the difference i…
 
In 1916 St. Louis was host to the Democratic convention and as delegates walked to the St. Louis Coliseum, they encountered a 12 block walkless and talkless parade of suffragists advocating for the voting rights of women. Author Margot McMillen discusses her book, The Golden Lane: How Missouri Women Gained the Vote and Changed History.https://www.a…
 
The 19th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States gave women the right to vote in all elections. What role did St. Louis play in the women's suffrage movement and who were the key individuals? Katie Moon, exhibits manager for the Missouri History Museum, discusses the exhibit Beyond the Ballot which helps to answer those and many more que…
 
Denise Thimes has a voice that . . . well. She is an actress and vocalist who has performed with Wynton Marsalis, the late Clark Terry, Dr. Billy Taylor, and many more AND performed for many Queens (including the Queen of Soul). She will be a judge for the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition in August and for over 15 years has performed for the Mildr…
 
Two school leaders discuss steps they have taken in planning for the opening of school. Dr. John Simpson, superintendent of the Webster Groves School District and Susan Moreno, executive director of Lafayette Preparatory Academy provide interesting insights in how learning may look during Covid-19 continuing to impact the St. Louis area. Dr. Sam Pa…
 
Artist, sculptor, and author R.H. Dick takes us back to Paris and the vibrancy he experienced of life there in his book, Utrillo's Children: A Memoir of Paris in 1969. As an artist he has been the recipient of numerous awards, and has had several successful one-man exhibitions.http://www.rhdick.com/By Saint Louis In Tune
 
Bryan and Leslie Hunter provide insight into the history, research, practice, and growth of music therapy in Part II of the three part series on music therapy.https://www.musictherapy.org/https://www.facebook.com/AMTAInc/https://www2.naz.edu/academics/music-therapy-degree-programhttps://www2.naz.edu/academics/grad/music-therapy-degree-program/…
 
Director Matthew Rice explores the truth behind the story of one of America's most popular folk heros John Henry. The documentary draws from Scott Reynolds Nelson’s book “Steel Drivin’ Man,” and exposes continued discrimination during Reconstruction.https://www.cinemastlouis.org/ballad-john-henryBy Saint Louis In Tune
 
Lee Jordan, Midwest and State Director for National Juneteeth Observance Foundation (NJOF) describes the history and activities surrounding Juneteenth.https://www.facebook.com/Juneteenth-Speaks-114193420316980/https://www.facebook.com/NATIONAL-JUNETEENTH-OBSERVANCE-FOUNDATION-NJOF-407747120555/http://nationaljuneteenth.com/…
 
James Williams has been a resident of Minneapolis for over 30 years. A native of St. Louis, the actor and director reflects on two stories: 1) A white woman in Central Park calling the police on a black birdwatcher that asked her to leash her dog; and, 2) A white policeman with his full weight on the neck of a black man as the life and breath slowl…
 
Cameron McWhirter discusses the issues that converged during the summer of 1919 which was one of the lowest points of our history. RED SUMMER reveals the ugly reality of riots, burnings, lynchings, murder, and mayhem that seemed to rule that year in our country. A poignant yet enlightening book to digest and provoke changes of the heart.http://came…
 
When we think about diseases like cancer or heart disease, we don’t wait years to treat them. We start before Stage 4—we begin with prevention, identify symptoms, and develop a plan of action to reverse and hopefully stop the progression of the disease. So why don’t we do the same for individuals who are dealing with potentially serious mental illn…
 
The Crime Victim Center gives victims a voice and helps them move from crisis to resiliency. Marti Kelly, executive director of the Crime Victim Center discusses the work of the center and how they are able to assist victims of traumatic events of crime.https://www.supportvictims.org/https://www.facebook.com/supportvictims.org…
 
These musicians have a great deal in common. They were selected to be a part of one of America's finest high school bands assembled each year to perform at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Rose Bowl Parade. Listen to former members who have reunited in the All-American Alumni Band to discuss an upcoming concert and future plans.https://ww…
 
Natalie Wexler's book provides background of how skill-based reading instruction has widened the knowledge gap in our schools and provides insight into what a knowledge building curriculum can do to strengthen reading and writing for all students especially those from less-educated families. A must read for all educators.https://nataliewexler.com/…
 
Domestic violence knows no boundary. It occurs to individuals in all walks of life. Sylvia Jackson, executive director of the Women's Safe House in St. Louis gives us an update on their work and how abuse has been rising due to the stay-at-home orders.https://twsh.org/https://www.facebook.com/TheWomensSafeHouse/…
 
John W. Brown is truly a renaissance man. He is a television news anchor in St. Louis (Fox2), author of several books on Missouri and Orlando Florida, avid runner, inventor of Bib Magnets, talk show host on radio, and public speaker. He discusses his latest book, Missouri: An Illustrated Timeline, 200 Years of Heroes and Rogues, Heartbreak and Triu…
 
Chris Clark describes the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase which is still accepting submissions. Programs range from full-length fiction features and documentaries to multi-film compilations of fiction and documentary shorts. In addition, programs with feature-length films include post-screening Q&As with filmmakers. Chris also talks about how Cinema …
 
Lt. Colonel Dan Jennings, divisional commander at the Salvation Army describes the efforts of the Salvation Army to holistically meet the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of those less fortunate. Learn how they are helping in the Covid-19 pandemic. Hope is greater than fear . . .Kindness is greater than despair . . .Generousity is greater th…
 
For over 150 years, the St. Louis Community Foundation has been helping St. Louisans put charitable dollars to work to increase the impact of charitable giving now and forever. The COVID-19 Regional Response Fund Advisory Council has been established to help those impacted within our region. President and CEO Amelia Bond relates why "investing for …
 
Ed Wheatley masterfully weaves the history of baseball in St. Louis. He focuses on teams of the Major League, Negro League, Khoury League, High Schools in the area, American Legion, and other Youth Leagues. What did the ballparks look like back then? Why were the Cardinals called the Browns at one point? Who is on the all-St. Louis team? Find out a…
 
Carol Commerford, Director Community Music School of WebsterUniversity and Dana Hotle, Executive Director of Chamber Project Saint Louis discuss the Young Composers Competition which is having an unusual ending due to COVID-19. Young composers will be wanted for the 2020-21 competition.http://www.webster.edu/community-music-school/programs/young-co…
 
Tony Parise needs no introduction to the theatre world. A veteran of Broadway shows, he appeared in the first National tour of ACHORUS LINE and was on Broadway in 42ND STREET, ME AND MY GIRL, and CITY OF ANGELS. He has directed and/orchoreographed HELLO, DOLLY starring Madeline Kahn, and many other shows. He talks about the upcoming arts program Ne…
 
Nestled next door to the newly refashioned Hotel St. Louis(Louis Sullivan's Union Trust Building) is Henry Ives Cobb's impressive and striking redtone Chemical Building. Restoration St. Louis has plans to bring the building back to life to a grand state.http://www.restorationstl.com/By Saint Louis In Tune
 
Jacqueline Thompson who acts, directs, and teaches at the University of Missouri-St. Louis discusses her role in Ntozake Shange's choreopoem Spell #7 at the St. Louis Black Rep. The St. Louis Theater Circle Award 2020 nominee for outstanding director of a drama recently concluded her direction of "Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963." In 2019 she re…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2020 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login