BooksCommunity & Culture

The Civil War: The Impact of Lincoln’s Election – Morning Program

Investigating primary source documents to see how states reacted to Lincoln’s election.

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BooksCommunity & Culture

The Civil War: The Impact of Lincoln’s Election – Afternoon Program

The Impact of Lincoln’s Election
February 10, 2011 1 pm – Investigating primary source documents to see how states reacted to Lincoln’s election.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Worlds of Bright Glass

In 1923, Paul Heuduck and his family emigrated from Germany to America at the request of his employer, the Berlin mosaic and art glass firm Puhl-Wagner. Paul helped establish the Ravenna Mosaic Company, a joint venture between the St. Louis art glass studio owned by Emil Frei and Puhl-Wagner, to work on the Byzantine glass mosaics for the new St. Louis Cathedral. Filmmaker Jim Scott is interviewed then see the film “Worlds of Bright Glass: The Ravenna Mosaic Company.”

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts

St. Louis is haunted…there are signs everywhere.

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Community & Culture

Survivors of the Holocaust 2011 – Morning Show

Holocaust Survivors share their emotional stories of surviving the horrors of concentration camps.

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Community & Culture

Survivors of the Holocaust 2011 – Afternoon Program

Survivors of the Holocaust
January 26, 2011 1 pm-Survivors share their emotional stories of surviving the horrors of concentration camps during the Holocaust.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Reviews of The Year of Magical Thinking, Grazioso, and others: January 25, 2011

Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING,by Joan Didion, at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Large—Really Large

Just down the road it's…it's…sure is big.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Ride ‘Em, Cityboy

Been there forever, still there . . . very stable.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Reviews of Fall of Heaven, Pericles, The Giver, and others: January 11, 2011

On this episode of Two on the Aisle, Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky review St. Louis Theater

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Row, Row, Row

Nobody's rowing "gently down the stream." They're cranking it with all they've got.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Form, December 2010

Phil Dunlap demonstrates how form helps organize music and enhance improvisation.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Kim Massie, Jazz St. Louis’ Artist Residency Program, December 2010

Jazz/blues/gospel vocalist Kim Massie, Grammy-nominated Clayton Brothers work with local students as part of the Jazz St. Louis’ Artist Residency Program

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Heads of Skate

Roller Derby smashes its way back to St. Louis.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Worth Millions of Words

At the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame, pictures do the talking–except for one day a year.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Pez…Thank You

For a long weekend, St. Louis is the center of the PEZhead world.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Two Generations of Rock Music, December 2010

From the beautiful confines of the Sheldon Concert Hall, host Paul Schankman gives you a glimpse inside the world of St. Louis’s artists, performers and writers in State of the Arts, HEC-TV’s Emmy Award winning magazine show.

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Community & Culture

Stories of Immigration – Morning Program

Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America from recent and long term immigrants who share their stories

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Community & Culture

Stories of Immigration – Afternoon Program

Stories of Immigration
November 30, 2010, 1 pm – Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America.  Recent and long term immigrants share their stories, telling us why they left their homelands, and how they’ve made America their home.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Right Side of The Tracks

Kirkwood artists find a station-ary subject.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Dit Til Lee Hup Hup

The immortal poets Brian Wilson and Mike Love wrote: "I never want to part with her, you see…this little car means a heck of a lot to me." Aaron Mermelstein visits a place where cars mean a heck of a lot to a lot of people.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

A Conversation with Lois Lowry, Author of The Giver

A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver
On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver: Producing the Play

Producing the Play the Giver including actors and producers live on stage as they prepare for opening at Edison.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Bringing the Characters to Life

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life
December 9, 2010 1 pm – Students will interact with members of the cast of Metro Theater Company’s upcoming stage production of “The Giver.” Excerpts from the play will be performed with discussion of the characters. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Bringing the Characters to Life

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life
December 9, 2010 10 am – Students will interact with members of the cast of Metro Theater Company’s upcoming stage production of “The Giver.” Excerpts from the play will be performed with discussion of the characters. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Issues and Themes

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Issues and Themes
November 16, 2010, 1 pm – Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play “The Giver.” We’ll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Issues and Themes

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Issues and Themes
November 16, 2010, 10 am – Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play “The Giver.” We’ll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

The Giver: Opening Night at the Edison

Opening Night of The Giver and hear from the playwright Eric Coble

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ArtsBooksCommunity & Culture

The May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture: Lois Lowry

The St. Louis County Library hosts the 35th annual May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture, delivered by children’s author Lois Lowry.

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Community & Culture

Honoring Our Nation’s Veterans: Hearing Their Stories, 2010

Honoring the Nation’s Veterans from Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

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Community & Culture

Honoring the Nation’s Veterans from Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

Veterans from five wars, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, and Iraq to learn what it meant to them to have served and how we can honor all veterans.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Is It Summer Yet?

Nope…not time yet to visit downtown’s fountain of joy.

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Community & Culture

Scattered Seeds-Hidden Children of the Holocaust

This film tells the story of two Holocaust survivors who were hidden in Nazi-ruled Europe for several years until they migrated United States. Family and friends of these hidden children sacrificed their own fates in hope that one day they would get to live fruitful lives.

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Community & Culture

Stories of Immigration

Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America.

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Community & Culture

Stories of Immigration

Stories of Immigration
October 28, 2010, 1 pm – Learn what it means to be an immigrant to America. Recent and long term immigrants share their stories, telling us why they left their homelands, and how they’ve made America their home.

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

Freddy Cole, Stephanie Trick, and “Jazz Travels to Afganistan”, October 2010

Freddy Cole, brother of Nat King Cole and Building Blocks of Jazz looks at mutes, Rising Star of Jazz meets Stephanie Trick. With Don Wolff and Phil Dunlap

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ArtsCommunity & Culture

60 X 60 Dance

Sixty unique, 60 second music compositions with 60 choreographers create a continuous 1 hour concert of music and live dance.

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Community & Culture

Sound, October 2010

On this Building Blocks of Jazz, Phil Dunlap and his guest Adam Hucke from Southwestern Illinois College explore ways to change the sound and personality of a trumpet using mutes

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Community & Culture

St. Benedict’s Rule

A film from Jay Kanzler about a Missouri monastery and the monks who live within its walls. Hear about their lifestyle and beliefs and how their faith was tested during a 2002 massacre at Conception Abbey.

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