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Cut & Paste brings you in-depth conversations with artists and cultural drivers, hosted by Jeremy D. Goodwin. Listeners will hear from artists about their work and why it matters, and also about who they are and how their own personal experiences shape their art-making.
 
St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air host Sarah Fenske brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
 
At only 18-years-old, Gabe Fleisher has already made quite a name for himself. When he was 9-years-old, Gabe started getting up at the crack of dawn to send out a daily email newsletter with his analysis of the political news cycle. He called it Wake Up To Politics, and it slowly developed a large readership. Now, in partnership with St. Louis Public Radio, Fleisher will extend his popular newsletter with a podcast that explains the inner workings of American politics. And just like his news ...
 
A podcast to help you keep up with the St. Louis region’s news. Every weekday you can get informed about what’s going on in the area. In about 8 to 10 minutes you can learn about the top stories of the day, while also hearing longer stories that explore issues in context or that introduce you to new ideas and people that make the St. Louis area special. Music by Ryan McNeely of Adult Fur.
 
Atara is a Social Justice Advocate, motivational speaker, a TRUE survivor of domestic violence & depression. Join her on STAO RADIO SHOW which stands for Sound the Alarm Outreach as she educates, empowers, and inspires the community around the globe on how to LIVE AGAIN. Visit ataraestes.com to book your free 30-minute workshop and 15 min Q&A. Background of work and affiliation of topics we will address but not limited to so that will help us to move our community forward. St. Louis Ending V ...
 
St. Louis Missouri, Gateway to the Legalization. Grassroots Radio Active Marijuana’s Mission 1. G.R.A.M.’s Purpose: Informing Missourians about cannabis’ benefits opposed to prohibition’s harms, highlighting and humanize the cannabis consumer, and inspiring citizens into taking action to repeal marijuana prohibition. 2. G.R.A.M.’s Business: Providing relevant news, accurate information, scientific research, thought provoking interviews, alternative frames of mind, and leadership to activate ...
 
A tiny radio show about design, architecture & the 99% invisible activity that shapes our world. http://99percentinvisible.org/ New episodes every Wednesday. On the radio on 91.7 KALW in San Francisco. Fridays at 7:35am and 4:30pm, Saturdays at 8:35am. And public radio stations across the country. Created by Roman Mars.
 
Alive and Well STL is an effort focused on reducing the impact of toxic stress and trauma on our health and wellbeing. The Alive and Well STL radio show, hosted by Bethany Johnson-Javois, CEO of the St. Louis Integrated Health Network, helps community members become trauma informed and emotionally and physically well. The personal stories from community members and public health leaders reveal St. Louis health realities, disparities, and opportunities.It's great to be alive! Be "Alive and We ...
 
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State Rep. Raychel Proudie joined St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum and Jaclyn Driscoll to talk about the jarring end to the 2020 special session on violent crime, which saw some of Gov. Mike Parson’s policy priorities fall by the wayside.Proudie is a Ferguson Democrat who represents the 73rd District, which includes parts of Ferguson, Berke…
 
In August, Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z released their music video “Entrepreneur” which features Black entrepreneurs from across the country. The video inspired St. Louis’ Jason Wilson, owner and CEO of Northwest Coffee Roasting Company, who collaborated with local director David Kirkman to create an edition of “Entrepreneur” that highlights Black-o…
 
Defunding police departments is a major goal for many Black Lives Matter protesters. But for others, it’s a scary idea — and that’s true for many St. Louis residents. In this episode, we explore what it means to defund the police in a city that struggles with high rates of violent crime. University of Missouri-St. Louis criminologist Richard Rosenf…
 
Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick returns to Politically Speaking to talk with St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum and Jaclyn Driscoll about his bid for a full four-year term.The Republican statewide officeholder is squaring off against Democrat Vicki Englund in November. Englund is planning on recording an episode of Politically Speaking i…
 
This episode of The Memory Palace was commissioned by the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival and the New York State Council of the Arts in 2019. It’s ideally meant to be listened to at the corner of Corinthian and State downtown. But, you’ll likely enjoy it wherever you are. The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX.…
 
As many athletes have returned to fields, courts and arenas during the coronavirus pandemic, so have sports protests. More and more professional athletes are kneeling during the national anthem, displaying Black Lives Matter messages on their gametime attire, and speaking out publicly about police brutality and systemic racism. “But there’s at leas…
 
This episode of The Memory Palace was commissioned by the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival and the New York State Council of the Arts in 2019. It’s ideally meant to be listened to at the Pont du Rennes while viewing High Falls. But, you’ll likely enjoy it wherever you are. The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX.…
 
The Grand Avenue Water Tower has been a familiar sight for Brandon Bosley ever since he moved to St. Louis’ College Hill neighborhood at age 7 — until this past weekend, that is. Now the 3rd Ward alderman will need to get used to the tower’s bright new facade. On Saturday, a whole host of volunteers helped give the 149-year-old tower a long-overdue…
 
Even one baseball game has plenty of innings — seven, nine, or, if there’s an especially stubbornly tied score, perhaps even 11 or 12 innings. But it all pales in comparison to the 39 innings Tom Sullivan and his teammates completed over the course of a single summer day (and night) in St. Louis 43 years ago.…
 
There is a national moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 outbreak. That means people facing evictions have until December 31 to find rental or housing assistance. But African American and Latino neighborhoods in the St. Louis region are expected to be hardest hit if the ban is lifted at the end of the year.…
 
It’s been six long months since Wendy Lea has been able to play or perform with the group of musicians dearest to her heart — or put a paycheck in their pockets. But this weekend, that’s changing as masked members of the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis carefully gather on an outdoor stage alongside the Union Avenue Opera.…
 
Even as the COVID-19 crisis derailed many of Dance the Vote’s typical endeavors, St. Louisan Joan Lipkin and her collaborators knew that artists remained “an essential part of the conversation.” They decided to center the contributions of artists of color, and commissioned a series of videos highlighting the work of choreographers in St. Louis as w…
 
How people speak, and how other people react to it is a major cause of racism and sexism, according to an English professor at Missouri S&T. Sarah Hercula has written a book advocating for English teachers, people who study linguistics and others to tear down stereotypes of language as part of the overall effort to combat systemic racism and sexism…
 
St. Louis Zoo resident Utamu is pregnant. The 18-year-old chimpanzee is expected to give birth this fall. In this interview, primate manager Helen Boostrom talks about how zookeepers are caring for Utamu during her pregnancy, what to expect during the birth, and how a new baby may alter the group dynamics of the facility’s nine chimpanzees.…
 
Last week, supporters of a plan to privatize St. Louis Lambert International Airport announced they would withdraw the initiative set for city ballots this November. A week later, two of the major entities behind the privatization push announced they had decided to part ways just one day before the announcement on the airport initiative. In this ep…
 
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