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

Tune in for Living St. Louis on Monday, December 12

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A new episode of Living St. Louis features the Campbell House, the Missouri History Museum’s new toy exhibit, Merb’s Candies, and pet photographer Lynn Terry.

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Living St. Louis | Tenth Life Cat Photo Montage

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A montage of cat photos from the November 21, 2016 episode of Living St. Louis.

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Living St. Louis | Tenth Life Cat Companions

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Tenth Life Cat Rescue brings joy to senior homes all over the St. Louis region by taking cats to visit those who can no longer have a pet of their own.

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Living St. Louis | Veterans’ Montage

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A photo tribute to veterans.

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Living St. Louis | Veterans' Boccia

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A St. Louis recreational therapist is helping veterans through the game of Boccia.

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Living St. Louis | Valley Industries

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Valley Industries is a sheltered workshop in Hazelwood, MO employing more than 200 workers with disabilities.

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Living St. Louis | Miss M's Candy Boutique

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When Sharon Echols finds herself out of work, a fond childhood memory inspires her to start a sweet business.

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Living St. Louis | Gateway Bank

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A newly-opened branch of the St. Louis Community Credit Union is named in honor of the African-American-owned bank that once stood on the same site.

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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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