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Welcome to St Louis In Tune, where we size up current and historic events involving people, places, and things in areas such as the arts, crime, education, employment, faith, finance, food, history, housing, humor, justice, and sports. The interviews on our weekly podcast get down to brass tacks. We originate from and connect the Gateway City to our country's current cultural fabric and lives. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
 
Hello everyone! My name is Eliza Angarano and I am a Career Counselor here at Saint Louis University. I’ve created a podcast, along with 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, information and we’ll share stories from Employers, Staff and Faculty Members, Students and Alu ...
 
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Missouri Life Media announces an exclusive showing of Exploring Missouri’s German Heritage, a documentary produced by Missouri Life Media, at the John B Busch Brewery event center in Washington, MO on February 23, 2023. The public is invited to view this 90-minute documentary while being served a four-course meal of German dishes. A portion of the …
 
The New Jewish Theatre kicks off its 2023 season with the Neil Simon comedy Broadway Bound on January 19 – February 5. It’s the third play in Simon’s “Brighton Beach trilogy.” Spencer Kruse joins us in discussing his role as Stanley who also played Stanley in the 2019 production of Brighton Beach Memoirs. This is Season 6! For more episodes, go to …
 
Information on how Occupational Therapy can help with those working with disabilities. We chat with Yamna from the student group SLU Beyond Ability and Victoria Hill who works with companies to appreciate neurodiversity in candidates.De către BillikenCareers
 
This month we talk to Margaret McGuire about new experiential learning programs. Kenya Brumfield-Young gives insight into the Criminal Justice internship program and interns Leilani Frost and Amir Suber talk to us about what's next after graduation.De către BillikenCareers
 
Employer interview with Benjamin White on how they hire with DEI in mind, outtakes from the Career Expo and interviews with leadership from AAA student org.De către BillikenCareers
 
Talking about the challenges and areas of opportunity while job searching during Covid. Chatting with our Career Counselors Cori Israel and Diane Devine to get their take on networking.De către BillikenCareers
 
Arlene Rosengarten was an artist from St. Louis who inspired many artists with her passion, curiosity, and tenacity. In honor of her life and battle with ALS, Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers is hosting a show to raise awareness for ALS entitled, Arlene Creates. De'joneiro Jones, artist and curator of the show, and Bryan Laughlin, Executive Directo…
 
"The Innocents" is a film that follows two acclaimed musicians determined to use their talents to advocate for social justice. Allen Otte and John Lane tour the country with their performance of "The Innocents," a piece created to shine a spotlight on the growing problem of wrongful convictions in the United States. The film culminates with a perfo…
 
"Before photography visual artists painted, etched, or drew images they envisioned on paper, board, or canvas. Itinerant painters made a living painting people. Since antiquity, those were methods artists used to express themselves. The transition to the visual arts produces artificially though a camera was considered illegitimate from real art for…
 
Chamber Project Saint Louis wants you to GROOVE: Toe-tapping tunes from around the globe. A spirited and eclectic program of music for flute, clarinet, strings, and keyboards; including a world premiere by Blake Hernton, along with music by Antonio Vivaldi, Libby Larsen, and more. When: Friday, November 18, 2022, from 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Where: 560 M…
 
In More After the Break, Jen Maxfield, an Emmy® Award-winning correspondent for NBC 4 New York, revisits ten memorable stories from her career as a TV news reporter, describing in heart-pounding detail how the events unfolded and revealing what happened after the cameras went away. She introduces readers to unforgettable people who will inspire you…
 
Inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia, and all the great tales of Christmas, author Rachel Browdy explains the goal for Journey Through the Advent Calendar was to create a story that brought the elements of the Advent season to life in a fun and epic way. The story begins in the modern-day United Stat…
 
On December 27, 2011, Russell Faria returned to his Troy, Missouri, home and found his wife, Betsy, dead. She’d been stabbed fifty-five times. First responders concluded that Betsy was dead for hours when Russ discovered her. No blood was found implicating Russ, and surveillance video, receipts, and friends’ testimony all supported his alibi; yet, …
 
Founded by pianist Nina Ferrigno of the Calyx Piano Trio and clarinetist Scott Andrews of the St. Louis Symphony and completely powered by volunteers, the nonprofit Missouri Chamber Music Festival (MOCM) brings the fine art of intimate classical music ensemble playing to a wide audience through dynamic and accessible performances of the highest qua…
 
The St Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum will open on November 2! The new 35,000-square-foot building is designed to provide a 21st-century experience with a greatly enhanced space for numerous interactive and experiential learning opportunities; digital and traditional media; workshops, community discussions, and traveling exhibits; survivor g…
 
In his new book, Best of the Blues: The Greatest Players in Team History, St. Louis native Dan O’Neill, spotlights the top 25 players in St. Louis Blues history, along with the seasons and circumstances that made them so special. Dan covered the team for more than 30 years at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Readers will find sections about the “Best o…
 
Love to Eat, Eat to Love is a FOOD + DRINK MOVEMENT to RAISE FUNDS + AWARENESS for CRUCIAL COMMUNITY + SOCIAL ISSUES. What started as a Facebook post by STLwinegirl Angela Ortmann to promote kindness, positivity, and collaboration is now a movement to celebrate the delicious diversity that exists here in St. Louis. Love To Eat, Eat To Love (LTEETL)…
 
Kirkwood is one of St Louis County’s oldest and best-preserved suburbs. It was born as a planned community, laid out in a grid spreading from the Pacific Railroad tracks placed in the 1850s and envisioned as a city escape. Its passion for historic preservation makes nearly every neighborhood a joy to walk through, and Kirkwood: A Walk through Histo…
 
John Ford Coley is an American singer, guitarist, classically trained pianist, actor, and author. He is most revered as half of the Grammy-nominated duo, England Dan and John Ford Coley. They released the song “I’d Really Love to See You Tonight” and had four top-ten hits and two top-twenty hits. John has created many memorable hits including: “Lov…
 
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