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Welcome to St Louis In Tune! Thank you for joining us for fresh perspectives on issues and events with experts, community leaders, and everyday people who are driving change and making an impact that shapes our society and world. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
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Welcome to The Jermy Saint Louis show! This platform is created to uplift, inspire, educate and entertain! Please visit my website: www.jermysaintlouis.com for more info. Don’t forget to subscribe! Much Love. ❤️ -Jermy
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Unfiltered opinion and unfettered curiosity from hosts Umar Lee and Stefene Russell makes St. Louis Speaks the best new podcast in town. St. Louis Speaks brings to ear regular guests including local politicians, musicians, media personalities on a variety of local topics.
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Hello everyone! My name is Mandee Rust and I am a Career Counselor here at Saint Louis University. I'm your new host working alongside some pretty great Student Interns, to bring you stories from the world of work. The Launch Pod: A Podcast by Saint Louis University's Career Services will cover career topics and stories to help you navigate your career journey. We will offer career-related tips, and information and we’ll share stories from Employers, Staff and Faculty Members, Students, and ...
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We celebrate the 150th anniversary of the iconic Eads Bridge with guest Dr. John Brown, Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia School of Engineering. Dr. Brown, author of 'Spanning the Gilded Age: James Eads and the Great Steel Bridge,' discusses the historical significance, groundbreaking engineering techniques, and financial challenges …
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In this episode of St. Louis In Tune, hosts Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston interview Nina Ferrigno and Benedetta Orsi about the upcoming 14th Season of the Missouri Chamber Music Festival. The discussion covers the festival's mission, scheduled concerts, and the significance of chamber music. Ferrigno, a founding member of the Calyx Piano Trio, …
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In this episode of Saint Louis In Tune, Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston discuss the historical significance of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, through the lens of Valerie Battle Kienzle's new book, 'Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, A Walk Through History.' The hosts delve into the charming and lesser-known aspects of Ste. Genevieve's history, its founding, an…
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An engaging interview with Rick Schuler, a singer, songwriter, adventurer, and John Denver tribute artist. Born in Monroe, Louisiana, and raised in St. Louis, Schuller shares his journey from growing up resembling the famous musician to becoming a John Denver tribute singer admired by Denver's original band members. We delve into Schuller's music c…
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Hosts Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston highlight the upcoming performances of the United States Air Force Band of Mid-America in St. Louis. Joined by Senior Master Sergeant Ryan Leatherman, Superintendent and saxophonist, they delve into the various ensembles and roles within the band. The discussion also touches on Ryan’s career path, the signifi…
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The St. Louis Community Foundation, the second oldest community foundation in the United States, has raised over $30 million and manages 900 charitable funds with assets exceeding $525 million. President and CEO Kelvin Adams discusses the role of the foundation in leveraging donor funds to support local nonprofits, emphasizing areas like economic s…
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Amy Jo Jackson, a New York City-based performer known for her work in cabaret delves into the intricacies of cabaret performances, the creative process behind Amy Jo's shows, and her upcoming performance in St. Louis in coordination with the Tennessee Williams St. Louis Festival. The episode also touches on themes of identity and singularity in the…
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We feature the multi-generational Eckert's Farm located in Belleville, Illinois and its impact on local agriculture and family experiences. Angie Eckert, Vice President of Eckert's family-owned orchard, shares the farm's 175-year history and its evolution in farming practices. She highlights the farm's commitment to family experiences and year-roun…
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An in-depth conversation with Kevin Coleman-Cohen, a director, producer, filmmaker, and educator deeply involved in social issues. Kevin discusses his film 'Pretty Boy,' which focuses on the life of a homeless male black teenager navigating survival sex in St. Louis. The narrative offers a poignant insight into male sex trafficking and exploitation…
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This episode of 'Saint Louis In Tune' features a profound conversation on the pressing issues of commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking, distinguishing between the two and exploring their implications. Guest Katie Rhodes, founder and executive director of Healing Action, shares her personal journey from being a victim of sex trafficki…
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Dive into family-related activities and destinations in St. Louis with guest Tara Smith, author of 'Best Mom, St. Louis'. Tara, a seasoned blogger and mother of four, shares insights from her book, offering a plethora of recommendations for family outings that cater to various interests, including the best places for pizza, outdoor activities, and …
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Gary Wayne Barker, a renowned director, actor, professor, and associate dean at St. Louis University shares insights of his direction of Arthur Miller's 'All My Sons kicking off the 26th season of the New Jewish Theatre. He reflects on his journey from acting to high-level academia and directing, emphasizing the value of multi-faceted skills in the…
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This episode features an in-depth interview with John Wilson, Director of Cultural Arts at the Jewish Community Center, who details the festival's offerings, including a special segment on Israeli student filmmakers impacted by terrorist attacks. Wilson also sheds light on his role as a fight director in theater, emphasizing safety and the illusion…
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Saint Louis In Tune welcomes Seema Kasturi, a practitioner of Carnatic Classical music from St. Louis. Seema shares insights on her upcoming show, Harmony in Music, which aims to blend Carnatic classical music with Western improvisation, including jazz and other genres, alongside English literature for broader comprehension. The segment underlines …
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This episode features Patrick Murphy, a renowned author, television producer, and media personality, discussing his latest book Prelude to a Century: The 1904 St. Louis World's Fair; aka the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Murphy shares insights into the World's Fair's historical significance, including its architectural marvels, technological innov…
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In this episode of "Saint Louis In Tune," hosts Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston interview James Fishback, the founder of Incubate Debate. They discuss the significance of debate in education, the problems with high school debate formats, and the inception of Incubate Debate to offer a nonpartisan platform for students. Fishback addresses the chal…
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In this episode of Saint Louis In Tune, Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston delve into the world of barbecue, exploring the nuances between grilling and smoking. The highlight of the show is Freddie Lee, the creator of Freddie Lee's Gourmet Sauce, who shares his inspiring journey from making sauces as a hobby to becoming a staple in over a thousand s…
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In this episode of St. Louis In Tune, host Arnold Stricker interviews Peter Hoffman, Managing Attorney for Neighborhood Advocacy at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. The discussion revolves around the organization's crucial role in helping communities address the issues of vacant and abandoned properties, one of the biggest challenges faced by ne…
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Join Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston of the Saint Louis In Tune Radio Show as they welcome Peggy Ray, Project Manager for St. Louis Storytell. Listen in as they discuss the power of storytelling, the importance of keeping the core meaning intact, the role of structure and creativity in narrative, as well as a detailed portrayal of what St. Louis …
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Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston host a discussion with Michael D. Francis, a content creator and filmmaker who is part of the St. Louis-based non-profit Continuity. Francis elaborates on the task of finding media professionals from diverse backgrounds and the challenges associated with it. He reveals his journey from starting at the bottom to now…
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In this episode of Saint Louis In Tune, hosts Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston welcome Matthew Von Doran, an exceptionally talented guitarist and educator. Matthew offers insight into his background, his teaching technique, and details his 99 Decisions video guitar program. He also reflects on his move from California to St. Louis and how it influ…
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Authors Calvin Riley and Nini Harris join Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston on Saint Louis in Tune to discuss their book, Black St. Louis. They delve into the rich African American history in St. Louis, covering significant personalities, the formation of vibrant neighborhoods, the educational strides achieved, and key historic events that shaped t…
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Jessica Hentoff, Artistic and Executive Director for Circus Harmony discusses and explores the vibrant and supportive community Circus Harmony creates. She talks about Circus Harmony's upcoming show 'Nocturne', along with its variety of classes aimed at all ages. Jessica also sheds light on Circus Harmony's engagement with schools and communities, …
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We explore the 'Lost Treasures of St. Louis', a comprehensive book showcasing unique historical sites, memorable events, and objects related to the city's rich history. Our special guest, Dennis Dillon, a retired sports writer and co-author of the book, reveals intriguing stories behind these treasures. He discusses how he worked to complete the bo…
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Dive into the cool world of ice carnivals and ice sculpting as we find out about the 17th Annual Loop Ice Carnival happening in the U. City Loop. Jessica Buehler, discusses the schedule of the carnival and reveals the exciting attractions, which include over 50 handmade ice sculptures, an ice carving demonstration, free hayrides, a penguin crossing…
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