Living St. Louis

Living St. Louis

Bursting with energy and vitality, Living St. Louis debuted January 5, 2004. It is designed to highlight the diverse people, places and cultures that make metropolitan St. Louis an interesting and thriving area. Tune in Mondays at 7:00 p.m. on Nine PBS.

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Living St. Louis

Living St. Louis | Race, a Play

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The 1992 Studs Terkel book, “Race: What Blacks and Whites Think and Feel About the American Obsession” has been adapted into a play staged by the Civic Arts Company.

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Living St. Louis | Al's Restaurant

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Paul Schankman profiles the venerable St. Louis fine dining institution Al’s Steak House.

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Living St. Louis | Field House Museum Expansion

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A visit to Field House Museum and its recently-completed addition.

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Living St. Louis | Wild Horses Montage

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The wild horses of Shannon County have been a favorite subject for artists from all over the world – especially photographers. Here’s a sampling of some local work.

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Living St. Louis | Wild Horses of Shannon County

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For the past 100 years, a herd of wild horses has delighted and intrigued visitors to Shannon County, Missouri.

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Living St. Louis | The Zack

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Producer Ruth Ezell takes us inside the newly-opened St. Louis performing arts incubator, .ZACK

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Living St. Louis | Eclipse Meeting

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Producer Jim Kirchherr visits with astronomers and educators preparing for a full solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.

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Living St. Louis | Todd Zimmerman Photos

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Montage of images of older industrial areas in St. Louis by photograper Todd Zimmerman.

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About Living St. Louis

Each 30-minute Living St. Louis episode consists of four to five stories representing a wide range of topics from different areas in the region. Segments in one episode, for example, may originate from St. Charles, downtown St. Louis and Belleville, and draw from subjects such as the arts; regional history; neighborhoods; local innovations in medicine, business and technology; people making a difference; non-profit institutions and education.

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