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Dream of the Pacific

This opera celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition and gives young people a chance to appreciate an opera performed in English.

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A Tribute to Mae Wheeler

“Lady Jazz” Mae Wheeler tribute at Sheldon Concert Hall.

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U City Sleuths

A hundred years ago, E.G. Lewis’ utopian vision was to create an town where like-minded people of diverse backgrounds interact. This town became known as University City

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Saxophone, June 2011

Much of the saxophone music we hear in jazz is played on the tenor sax, yet there is a wide array of saxophones. In this installment of Building Blocks of Jazz Phil Dunlap and his guest Andy Ament discuss the history and variety of this classic instrument and how it works.

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Rare Archival Footage Found!

Well, but it could have been…the way ol' Abner meant it to be played.

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ArtsCommunity & CultureHEC Films

Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

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Value of The Arts

Join HEC-TV for a look at the value of the arts in St. Louis-what they mean to our economy and society, plus hear from Dana Gioia, the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.

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BusinessCommunity & Culture

Two Birds, One Stone-The CCC in Missouri

Tells the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camps; the boys who lived in the camps and the impact their work had on Missouri Conservation and history.

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ArtsCommunity & CultureHEC Films

To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson’s patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

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Community & Culture

The Forgotten Genocide

A documentary about the ethnic cleansing of the German populations in Eastern Europe after World War II.

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2010

St. Louis Philharmonic Holiday Pops Concert 2010 Featuring the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra, Kirkwood Children’s Chorale, Lindenwood University Chorus and St. Louis Community College at Meramce Chorus, this concert features holiday favorites from the Touhill Performing Arts Center.

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Community & CultureHEC Films

Seeking Freedom

Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.

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The Bosman Twins, June 2011

The saxophone is the featured instrument and topic for this installment of I Love Jazz with Don Wolff. Rising Star of Jazz with Adam Larson.

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ArtsCommunity & CultureHEC Films

More Than A Banana Skirt

Learn about the life, loves and civil rights causes that impacted Josephine Baker’s life from surviving family members and others who have been touched by this multi-faceted entertainer.

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Fashion Icon

Enjoy a front row view as you travel through the decades of Baker’s glamorous costume and wardrobe collection at a fashion show hosted by the Sheldon and Mary Strauss.

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Coming Home

Take a personal tour of the Sheldon’s special exhibit with curator Olivia Lahs-Gonzales.

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Climate Change

An evening with Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone, President of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Reviews of A Chorus Line, The Immigrant, Just Desserts, and others: June 14, 2011

June 14, 2011 reviews of St. Louis theater from Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky.

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Upper Crust

This class is a toss up.

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Big Big News

Road trip to the area's biggest attractions and distractions.

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Piratefest

Pirates, scalawags and ne'er-do-wells drop anchor in the 'burbs.

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Corkball

Two St. Louis games are one St. Louis game.

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Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad

A railroad that has been chugging along St. Louis county for over 70 years.

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Reviews of Taming of the Shrew, Montford Point Marine, and others: May 31, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review St. Louis theater from May 31, 2011

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Having a Ball(room)

Amazingly, it hasn't ALWAYS been a St. Louis Thing, it just seems like it.

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Reviews of Jersey Boys, Dark Matters, and others: May 17, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review St. Louis Theater from May 17, 2011including Jersey Boys at the Fox

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Community & Culture

Endangered Tales

A comprehensive documentary, by HEC-TV’s Boyd Pickup, that celebrates the beauty of the Philippines and biological diversity

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ArtsCommunity & CultureHEC Films

Collective Improvisation

Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

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Beer With Class

Students have good heads on them at a fine educational institution.

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Table For Four?

TABLE FOR FOUR?
A haven in Hazelwood . . . bridge addicts get their fix.

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Reviews of Black Pearl Sings, Awake and Sing! and others: May 3, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review St. Louis Theater from May 3, 2011.

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Searching for Tom-Tennessee Williams in St. Louis

Hear from filmmaker Angela Antkowiak on her documentary about Tennessee Williams time here in St. Louis and then watch the film in its entirety.

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Backstage at Opera Theatre St. Louis, A Singer with a French Connection, & the Electronic Canvas of a Video Artist, May 2011

State of the Arts is St. Louis’s only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers and performers who call St. Louis home.

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A Tour of the American Songbook, with Jane Monheit, April 2011

Jane Monheit and her quartet – with numbers from the Great American songbook and Latin Jazz. Building Blocks of Jazz defines harmony and Jazz Violinist Regina Carter visits St. Louis Children's Hospital to lift spirits with music.

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Children of the Mountains

The Agta are one of the last hunter gatherer tribes in the world.

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Even On An Unclear Day…

Let me guess. You've never seen it. Or from it.

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